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The Coaching Leader: How to Lead Engagement, Accountability & Productivity through Coaching

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The Coaching Leader: How to Lead Engagement, Accountability & Productivity through Coaching
Date:
January 28, 2013 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Denver Hudson, Personal and Organizational Health Coach(INTERMAX, LLC)
Jacqui Chaplin, Speaker and Executive Master Coach(Talking About Pty Ltd)
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Description
How does coaching apply to leading?

There are three common challenges for leaders in today's organizations: Engagement, Accountability and Productivity.

You will walk away from this highly practical session with new perspectives on leading others as well as easy to apply coaching tools designed to increase engagement, foster accountability and boost productivity beginning with your next conversation.

You'll be invited to consider new perspectives on coaching and the creation of authority in leading others in organizations.

This webinar will assist you in answering the following questions:

1. Does my leadership approach lead to greater or less engagement for my team and organization?
2. What role does my leadership style play in achieving accountability and productivity?
3. How do I tell the difference between when I am coaching and when I am directing?
4. Are others willingly following my lead?
5. How will being a 'Coaching Leader' allow me to create more willing followers?

We'll explore a coaching approach that allows you to pinpoint fundamental causes of disengagement, unreliability and low productivity - and how to create the conditions that cultivate desired enjoyment, responsibility and achievement.

You will learn:

1. The difference between leading from a 'control paradigm' versus a 'trust paradigm';
2. The four fundamental domains responsible for human performance;
3. How to coach the four fundamental domains;
4. A simple coaching conversation model empowering you to effectively utilize the trust paradigm as a 'Coaching Leader'; and
5. A 'Coaching Leader' practice you can use in your next conversation.

This session is designed for any HR professional responsible for leadership development; leaders and managers interested in improving their practical coaching skills for optimal results; and those interested in developing a coaching culture.
Who Should Participate
Any HR professional responsible for leadership development. Leaders and managers interested in improving their practical coaching skills for optimal results. Those interested in developing a coaching culture.
What You Will Learn
Please join us as you will learn the following:
  1. The four fundamental domains responsible for human performance.
  2. How to coach the four fundamental domains.
  3. A simple coaching conversations model.
  4. A 'coaching leader" practice you can use immediately.
Recommended Resources
To learn more about our approach to coaching, you can visit http://talkingabout.com.au/executivecoaching Click here
Communities
Training and Development
Leadership
Leadership Models
Leadership Philosophies
Corporate Culture
Leading Others
Leading Self
Flexibility/Adaptability
Leadership Competencies
Motivating
Developing and Coaching Others
Communication
Leadership Training and Development
Action Learning
Executive Coaching
Train Your Leaders
Approaches and Systems (not software)
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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Denver Hudson
INTERMAX, LLC

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Jacqui Chaplin
Talking About Pty Ltd

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INTERMAX, LLC
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