Institute of Leadership & Management research revealed that although managers acknowledge the importance of adopting coaching approaches at work, their staff were less likely to agree that they assist individuals in setting their goals and finding their own solutions. It also appears that managers don’t listen as much as they think they do.
Being able to conduct a coaching conversation is a leadership fundamental. Once you have mastered the basic principles, the opportunities to use coaching conversations, not only as a manager but with clients, suppliers and colleagues are infinite.
This session is a step by step guide of how to hold those conversations wherever you are.