Leaders as Coaches
About this course
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Our primary focus in training is in skilling leaders, managers and executives to realize their inherent potential through the learning of new skills and competencies in leadership & management skills, team building, self-development, communication and coaching skills.
Our approach to training is based on experiential learning and reflective practices. Therefore our training programs are not limited to one or two day sessions, but is carefully designed as long term sustainable processes from the needs identification to, class room training, to real world application to follow-up on learning experiences and on-going coaching.
What are the different skills that can be expected to be learnt in this training
Our Leadership Development training program incorporate all or some of the following content and skills areas, based on organizational needs.
- Self Development
- Assertiveness and confidence building
- Performance conversations
- Conflict resolution
- Presentation skills
- Team building
- Emotional Intelligence
- Narrative Leadership
- Interpersonal communication and relationship building skills
What is the duration of a training program?
There are options for
- Half a day
- Full day
- Two day
We have some very specific leadership and organisational issues. How will these programs cover it?
We know that one size does not fit all, especially when an organisation has particular areas of competencies they want to develop and overcome specific leadership challenges. In these instances, the training program becomes part of an Organisation Development initiative (see here for more about this), and we design the training program in phases. The phases consist of data gathering, speaking to the decision makers and stakeholders, conducting focus group discussions, in order to understand the organisational context in depth. Based on this we design our case studies and training activities and program specifically for the organisation.