Leading with a coaching style
Becci Martin - Boo Coaching and Consulting
DATE AND TIME
13TH SEPTEMBER 2017 - 20:00
Being a boss can be challenging! Particularly when you try to help everybody by taking on and handling stuff on their behalf. What if we used our coaching skills in our day to day interactions with colleagues in our organisations?
Trying a new approach to managing the team might just lead to individuals building confidence, taking on the responsibility, challenging poor performance in a constructive and supportive way and most importantly building their own leadership capacity which ultimately leads to higher quality output and customer service.
Using your coaching style to manage performance and provide helpful and timely feedback is crucial to enabling the team to achieve whilst ensuring that performance is always on the agenda.
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Becci is internationally recognised for her contribution to coaching and works closely with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council as a volunteer on a number of UK events as well as moderating in the forums at the annual Mentoring e-conference.
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DURATION OF WEBINAR
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