How can coaching be used in a leader position? Either it’s in a formal or informal role? Or in a specialist roll where coaching develops the ability to meet and communicate with the client/patient in an optimal way. In this two days course we give you the answer of this. The coaching leadership is two days mastery course after diploma or certification program. The mastery course is for everyone with coach education that wants to use coach competence in a position you can not only coach.
The program includes:
- 2 full days of training from 9am to 5pm.
- The book “Coaching Leadership in Practice: The Propeller Method” by Christina Lagnelius.
- On-demand support during all training days.
- Free follow-up call with a mentor coach after the program.
- Lunch in a nearby restaurant.
Note that the class size is limited to 12 participants and all sessions will be held on site at CoachCompanion Romania, in the heart of Cluj.
- Presentation of the Propeller model and the meaning of it
- Self-assessment according to the model
- Conditions required for the propeller model to work. Consequences if it doesn’t.
- Who am I as a clear manager, inspiring leader and attentive coach.
- The unplanned conversation
- The hard conversation. Conflict management
- To coach more than one person at the time
Before the program the participants have an opportunity to do a self-assessment according to the propeller model that will be used during the training.
In addition and as a bonus, CoachCompanion invites all our program participants to join us for a Swedish Fika, on all training days. The Fika is a uniquely Swedish tradition, of mingling over coffee and specific Swedish delicacies. Therefore we offer all participants a yummy start to the day with a delicious breakfast buffet, to go with their morning coffee, as well as an afternoon coffee break with organic treats. Enjoy your Fika as you mingle with a great mix of participants who share their experiences with each other from day one!
“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.”
– Lao Tzu –