Coaching is about achieving behavioural change. Or is it? What we know about top performers is that they have a certain way of thinking, that drives their behaviour which then leads to success.
One of the biggest coaching challenges that managers face is how to change the way a team member is thinking. Perhaps they don’t agree with the change, are closed minded, defensive or are stuck with old habits. In other words, it’s a ‘stalemate’ situation.
So it’s the ‘thoughts’ which are driving the behaviour and this is what the coaching should focus on. Not easy, but a talented coach can do it. Once they master the art of changing the way people think, this is what can make the biggest impact in performance. .
On this course, delegates learn:
This course is relevant for any managers with an understanding of feedback and basic coaching skills. To get the very best results, we recommend that managers have also attended coaching skills level 1.
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