It is widely accepted that the secret to achieving continuous improvement is to ensure you have the right people in place to achieve organisational goals. However, getting the right people is only the first step. Once you have them, you need to keep them and enable them to do their best work. The key question is how? During this webinar, we will explore the solution to this challenge through the Leader as Coach.
Leaders as coaches hold purposeful conversations in the workplace, resulting in greater collaboration, increased awareness and responsibility and overall higher performance from individuals and teams.
In this presentation, we will look at the concept of leader as coach, including:
Outlining why coaching conversations make a difference
Exploring the mindset and behaviours for the leader as coach
Highlighting the importance of the leader's approach and how this impacts others
Identifying the actions leaders can take to ingrate this approach and how this enables others
Providing a checklist to enable leaders in your organisation to start coaching today
This is Henley Business School. The place where strong beliefs meet bold ambition. We aspire to developing future-focused leaders who carve their own paths to pursue a better tomorrow. That’s why we created a business school that’s proud to be different. Henley participants don’t just learn a list of facts and theories. They develop and apply their learning to real-life situations, supported and guided by leading academics and business practitioners. This approach creates future leaders with strong business acumen, who can make tough choices and strive for positive change.
Henley Business School is a triple-accredited business school and part of the University of Reading. With campuses, offices, and partnerships around the world, over 7,000 students from more than 100 countries and over 87,000 alumni from 160 countries, we are a truly international institution. Our courses are enriched by up-to-date knowledge, research, and commercial experience, and aimed at students and professionals at every stage of their career – from undergraduate through to postgraduate, PhD, MBA, DBA and executive education