'COMMAND OR COACH?' PROGRAM

 

CREATE A COACHING CULTURE IN YOUR ORGANIZATION

  • Would you like your managers to get more out of their people?
  • Do you want to shift your unit's top-down culture to one that encourages creativity?
  • Would you like your employees to become more responsible and take a more proactive approach  to their work?
  • Do you want to equip your senior leaders to take a more active role in developing talents?
  • Do you have significant restructuring ahead?


AS A TEAM LEADER,  YOU CAN CREATE A CULTURE WHERE:

 

  • Managers encourage creativity through open, exploratory discussions. (see case 1 below) 
  • Employees rise to meet the challenges at hand
  • Motivation, commitment, and retention are high
  • Employees take charge of their careers, instead of 'playing victim'

 

Research shows that the direct reports of leaders who coach out-perform those leaders who do not coach.

 

We can help you to create an environment where your employees at all levels can achieve their full potential. Contact us to find out how.

 

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RESEARCH SHOWS A POWERFUL CONNECTION BETWEEN COACHING AND LEADERSHIP

 

In a recent study conducted in a large, progressive global pharmaceutical company, the set of competencies for leadership were compared with the competencies of a coach. The result?  Seventy-five per cent of the competencies were the same. To be an effective leader, you must be an effective coach.

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HOW WE HAVE HELPED CUSTOMERS:

Case 1:   The manager of a large business unit at EMEA headquarters knew that the people development skills of his management team were weak. He and his three top layers of management attended our 'Command or Coach?' program, which was spread across 90 days and consisted of four modules. Two years later, the organization confirmed that the managers who participated were still using the peer support groups formed during the program in order to coach each other on leadership challenges. "Coaching conversations are going on all over the place!" We ran two additional programs for managers who joined the team later.

Case 2:  The head of HR at a global organization was about to experience significant downsizing in one of their main regional markets.  Having had significant experience with restructuring, she wanted to avoid another round where those losing their jobs spent more time 'playing victim' than managing their careers forward, outside of the organization.  She offered our 'Command or Coach?' program to the organization's top 70, and most chose to attend.  Participating executives reported back that they were able to conduct more and higher quality coaching conversations with the people they needed to make redundant.  They also greatly appreciated the opportunity to be coached (part of the process) as they planned their own career transitions.  The program evaluations averaged 4.7 out of 5.0 on Value.  This is one of several support initiatives that was offered to this business unit, which scored significantly higher in motivation compared to the other units undergoing restructuring.

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