Leadership Coaching for Senior Leaders and Top Talent

According to the Gallup organization, 40% of the US workforce has taken an early “mental” retirement. The passionate leadership, disruptive innovation, and high performance teams needed today are the things least manageable through traditional management models. The “New Normal” requires a workplace where people give the gift of their passions, talents, and ideas. A new way of leading and managing is needed where leaders serve as coaches who help their team set impossible goals, follow the rule book of disruptive innovation, and foster creative collaboration.

“My role is about unleashing what people already have inside them that is suppressed in most work environments.”

Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO

The leader as a coach engages in building committed partnerships with people through conversations intended to inspire, empower, and enable people. This type of leader mobilizes people to create an impossible future that is unpredictable and unprecedented. Coaching is about listening to ignite people’s passions, impossible dreams, game-chancing ideas, and then finding ways to link these to the organization’s needs.

In this 1-day interactive workshop, leaders will gain an understanding of how they need to shift their mindset from being a manager to being a coach.

Specifically, participants will learn the following key concepts:

  • The importance of developing a question mindset
  • The top 12 questions for success
  • How energy affects leadership and how to leverage energy for maximum benefit
  • Four blocks to effective leadership
  • Qualities that distinguish a coach from a manager
  • The importance of emotional intelligence in coaching

This workshop is ideal for executives, senior managers, top talent, team leads, and those who aspire to be leadership roles.

The key outcomes include:

  • Having a team that is highly energized and engaged
  • Greater levels of team creativity, cooperation, and collaboration
  • Members of the team going above and beyond to help the organization achieve its mission
  • Higher levels of employee satisfaction, commitment, and retention
  • Enhanced customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • Increased innovation, growth, and profitability