One of a leader’s most important roles is developing the capacity of others. Active and intentional developmental coaching contributes to enhanced performance and improved relationships. A coaching-rich culture – where developmental coaching is a way of life – paves the way for organizational growth, effective change initiatives and increased engagement. This session will present a framework for identifying opportunities for developmental coaching and focus on the skills and processes that support effective developmental coaching.
After this session you will be able to:
- use the Qualities of an Effective Coach framework to assess your coaching skills and craft a personal development plan.
- differentiate between different types of coaching and chose the approach that best matches your situation.
- use core coaching skills to facilitate a developmental coaching conversation.
- use a coaching model to guide your developmental coaching conversations.
This session is designed for anyone who actively supervises others.
Presenter Brandon Wilson, Trainer
Brandon provides practical, insightful training to leaders about how to maximize individual and team performance. With a background in management, education and theater, Brandon has an engaging delivery style as he invites leaders to build new skills to influence behavior and create team buy-in. Brandon earned a BA in theater from Millikin University. Outside of work, Brandon is a talented musician, playing guitar and singing his original songs around Central Indiana.
The March session of this training has been cancelled.
|Tuesday, October 20
||1:00 PM - 4:00 PM||Alumni House|