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Posted: 2005-04-18 / Author: Susan Franzen

Building A Coaching Culture In Your Business

Purpose of Class:
To foster a business environment where managers, supervisors, and staff may foster and develop their work teams to achieve individual, group, and corporate goals.

Key Points:
Insights and methodologies for creating an environment that supports coaching. Improved productivity and profitability through coaching.
How coaching solves traditional training and development concerns.

Five Questions This Class Will Answer:
1. How do I create an environment that is open for coaching?
2. What is the most important principle required to create a coaching culture?
3. What role do values and meaningful work play in a coaching culture?
4. What are the first steps to building a coaching culture?
5. What do I need to avoid while creating a coaching culture?

Five Common Problems This Class Can Help You Overcome:
1. Low morale.
2. Substandard employee/team performance.
3. Constantly solving problems for others.
4. Fear of change.
5. Lack of staff/team initiative.

Other Useful Resources:
The Manager’s Coaching Handbook by David Cottrell and Mark C. Layton Masterful Coaching Fieldbook by Robert Hargrove
Coaching for Meaning: The Culture and Practice of Coaching and Team Building by Vincent Lenhardt and Malcolm Stewart
Coach 2 The Bottom Line: An Executive Guide to Coaching Performance, Change, and Transformation in Organizations by Mike R. Jay




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