Leadership requires the attraction of resources and the deployment of energy from those around the leader. Team coaching of both the leader and thr group accelerates optimal performance to transform loose affiliations into dynamic organizational synergies. Coaching addresses many issues in the workplace, yet always focuses on the individual’s developmental needs against the backdrop of team development and business strategy. For our Systemic CoachingTM programs, click here.
The Engaged LeaderSM for Teams
Executive management is coached collectively and individually to model the values and organizational mission in their daily communication and action. Leaders influence as much as 70% of what is learned in an organization by tacitly modeling actions and behavior. Leaders become deliberate in the velocity of the Leadership MultiplierTM
EQ for the Engaged Organization
A broad-based coaching initiative for employee connectivity and engagement using emotional intelligence in support of the engaged organization. Content includes: the business case for EQ, building self-awareness and self-mastery, and communication, trust or relationship exercises for improved interpersonal effectiveness.
Manager/Leader as Coach
Coaching is the most dramatic leadership style to foster learning, encourage change and build trust using active listening, inquiry and influence for a climate of engagement. These workshops impart coaching skills to participants so that each individual can facilitate change from within the company.
Manager as Protégé
This program supports the emerging leader as participant in the mentoring process. Managers understand their role and responsibilities, are matched with a mentor, and are given ongoing guidance to navigate the process.
Assessments for Coaching
Peoplesmith Global uses a variety of individual and group assessment tools to support learning. As appropriate, we employ 360˚ or 180˚ assessments, personality profiles, MBTI, Leadership and Team Instruments, EQ 360 and other assessments for individuals or groups.