A lot of leaders and managers focus on developing individuals. One-on-one coaching conversations with employees are increasingly common. However, rarely do people in organizations work alone. Ideally their collective efforts should be greater than their individual efforts. But they can be less effective if the team members are not on the same page. As a leader, you can extend your coaching responsibilities to entire teams to increase collective efficiency.
In this Practical Workshop You Will Learn:
What being a coaching leader for the team entails;
How to evaluate teamwork and team efficiency;
How to discover hidden processes in your teams and improve those.
What Will You Get?
A framework to diagnose how your team works;
Practical strategies to work with both strengths and weaknesses in your teams;
Guidelines for integrating coaching techniques in your next team meeting.