Coaching for Engagement – Feb 19th & March 5th (Both classes are FULL)
The true role of a leader is a coach. This includes coaching to develop, coaching to improve, and coaching to engage. Engagement comes when people feel supported and trusted to make decisions and to accept failures as learning opportunities. This class focuses on teaching the foundational skills required to create engagement within your team. When done effectively, coaching for engagement helps develop capability and creates motivation to innovate, improve, and solve problems. This course will teach you a different approach to conversations, ones that focus on development vs. just sharing information. This ultimately translates into a team that is motivated, engaged, and empowered to drive improvement and solve problems.
Join us for this interactive 3 ½ hour virtual class to learn the critical coaching skills that allow you to become a more effective leader.
- Why coaching is important, how we coach, what our role is as a coach
- The correlations between coaching, engagement, and performance
- A coach’s job is to listen
- The art of asking open-ended questions
- A coach’s role is to inspire
Intended Audience: Leaders/Emerging Leaders at all levels of the organization. No prior Lean experience is required.
Dates offered: February 19, 2021 & March 5th, 2021 FULL
Time: 8-11:30 am
Tech Requirements: You will need a computer/laptop, preferably with a webcam. You will need to be on-screen, so please use a device with a webcam and a microphone. (It’s fine if you’re meeting in a conference room as a group.)
Other details: This class will be highly interactive, so ensure you are in an environment where you can focus and engage in the conversations.
Cost: $75 for NWHPEC members ($125 for non members)
No refunds will be issued for cancellations within one week of the class start date. Payment by check preferred; credit card payments will incur a service fee of 3.5%. Invoices will be sent to your company representative on Feb 10th.
Registration: Email email@example.com with name, email, and role/title.
Class flyer (2/19), Class flyer for 3/5.