Leadership Insights on Coaching
9 Videos | 28m 52s
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Like a physical trainer, good coaches don’t do the heavy lifting for others. Instead, they ask questions, assist in setting up action plans, and most importantly, build skills and self-confidence—even in the most reluctant of employees.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Acquire insights on how to build self-confidence in the people you coach.Acquire insights on how to become a better coach by following the six question approach.Acquire insights on how to coach others by not providing the right answers but encouraging good questioning, which will, perhaps, lead to finding the best answers for oneself.Acquire insights on how good coaches do not give advice, instead ask the appropriate questions to help the person seek his/her own solutions.Acquire insights on how executives and managers can apply the GAPS model to close performance gaps.
Acquire insights on why people sometimes don't do the things they are asked to do, and how to mitigate a situation like that.Acquire insights on how to coach team members by following a systematic approach and helping them find their own solutions.Acquire insights on how to be a little more patient with reluctant employees in order to become a better coach.Acquire insights on understanding that by creating the right coaching environment, you can encourage people to commit to excellence.
IN THIS COURSE
1.Coaches Build Self-Confidence3m 5s
2.Six Question Coaching Process3m 46s
3.Great Coaching: Don't Give the Answer1m 40s
4.Good Coaches Ask Questions3m 39s
5.Close the Performance Gaps2m 51s
6.Four Reasons People Don't Do Things3m 8s
7.Coaching Team Members3m 53s
8.Be a Better Coach3m 38s
9.Committing to Excellent Performance3m 13s
EARN A DIGITAL BADGE WHEN YOU COMPLETE THIS COURSE
Skillsoft is providing you the opportunity to earn a digital badge upon successful completion of this course, which can be shared on any social network or business platformDigital badges are yours to keep, forever.
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