- Explain how leadership coaching can help others achieve their full potential.
- Recognize common coaching challenges.
- List the four steps of the GROW model.
- Identify important guidelines for providing feedback.
- Recall goal-setting strategies that will motivate employees.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Building talent, it's become an essential leadership competency. Leaders who consistently coach their team members help their organizations grow at unprecedented levels. And the leaders who don't? Well, they miss a great opportunity to make a tremendous impact. With so much research to back that up, every company could benefit from adopting a coaching culture. But it's hard than you might think. And the real danger lies in assuming that leaders know how to coach.
The truth is, coaching is much more than delivering great performance reviews. It involves a highly specific skillset, one that can be used to genuinely develop employees in a targeted, ongoing way. It can transform their capacity to produce, support their career aspirations, and prepare them for the next level. That's extremely powerful. In this course, you will learn the coaching skills that can make you a stronger, more effective leader, ready to build talent in strategic ways.
You'll get concrete tools and models to guide your progress. And you'll gain insights to help you overcome the most common coaching challenges. I'm Sarah Canaday, as a leadership expert and former executive, I've seen the direct impact of leader coaching and there is nothing quite like it. That personal guidance helps employees grow in profound ways, creating new trajectories for their own careers and those of their leaders. If you're ready to expand your coaching skills, then watch my LinkedIn Learning course, Coaching Skills for Leaders.
I'm confident you will gain valuable insights that will expand your impact as a leader.