Essential Coaching Skills for Results | May 2017
May 30, 2017 @ 8:30 am - June 1, 2017 @ 5:30 pm| $1500 – $2495
Coaching is foundational to strong leadership. Empowering employees to be engaged in your organization’s vision and strategic goals while being accountable for contributing to results is a key executive responsibility.
Through “Essential Coaching Skills for Results” you will build your coaching competence by learning about powerful coaching principles, theory and skills. Participants will be able to immediately apply the skills they learn in engaging both individuals and teams to maximize performance and create a coaching culture that supports rapid change and creates growth in organizational results.
This program is designed for Executives, Leaders, senior HR Professionals, and Entrepreneurs, in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors who want to create a more collaborative work culture that is focused on accountability for results.
A case study of coaching at a national telecommunications company in Canada will be shared to demonstrate how creating a coaching culture can build and sustain organizational change and generate customer and employee retention and revenue growth.
Through theory and practical, hands-on learning, you will be exposed to core coaching skills. Be prepared to both be coached and to coach in this experiential learning environment.
To further your learning and application of coaching skills into your workplace we also offer four one-on-one executive coaching sessions from a credentialed coach, for an additional fee.
You Will Learn
- The Excelerator Coaching™ System, which is accredited by the International Coach Federation, and is part of the core curriculum of the Certified Executive Coaching program at Royal Roads University.
- Structures, tools, and resources to coach individuals.
- How the impact of coaching can be measured through a business case study.
- Essential skills for improving your own and other people’s performance.
- How to use a coach approach to promote responsibility and collaboration.
- The Strength Deployment Inventory®, a relationship awareness tool for learning and change. Inventory to be completed pre-workshop.
- When, how and why to use coaching in the workplace to stimulate employee engagement, professional growth and achievement.
This workshop qualifies for 24 hours of ICF ACSTH for those seeking to become an Associated Certified Coach (ACC) or Professional Certified Coach (PCC).
Click to watch success stories of coaching cultures at Rogers, Joey Restauarants and the Surrey Food Bank
“I cannot say enough: this is by far the most valuable training I have ever participated in. It has transformed the way I have looked at leadership in a corporate setting and I know that it will forever alter the way I communicate everyday not only at work, but to my family as well. The critical thinking that it enables in people is inspiring.”
– Jody Shakespeare, Managing Director
I had my eyes opened to a new way of coaching. I’ve always believed in empowering individuals to figure out their own solutions, but this has given me a new set of tools to do that more effectively!
– Grace Lynn Reeve, Director of Human Resources, Union Gospel Mission
“I support a small team of employees and I work with clients helping them understand their needs and gaps. It was very well done. Lots of content, demonstrations and practice.”
– Marcia Minto, HR Manager, Economic Development and Trade
“As a leader, I work with teams and individuals all day, everyday. The workshop provided me with insight, knowledge, tools and practiced skills that will help me be a better leader. The sessions were highly practical and engaging and provided real tools and the opportunity to practice in a safe environment.
It was the best 3 days of professional development I have ever participated in.”
– Howard Grossman, CIO \ Executive Director, Information Management and Technology Services
Carollyne Conlinn, MCC, MBA, MPH is a founding partner with Essential Impact and faculty member at the Royal Roads Graduate Executive Coaching Certificate program. She is a Master Certified Coach, holds an MBA from SFU and has been coaching leaders for over 17 years. Prior to becoming a coach, she served as a leader in business for over 20 years and spent the last few years as the Vice President of the healthcare division at Aramark.
Janet Emmett, CEC, PCC is a Certified Executive Coach and lead facilitator with Essential Impact. In the past, she served as a Vice President at YMCA Canada where she worked as an internal consultant focusing on senior leadership development and organizational performance.
Optional Mentor Coaching
Participants who wish to become credentialed by the ICF require 10 mentor coaching hours.
The focus of Mentor Coaching is to enhance learning and implementation of coaching through being coached by a professional certified coach, and through demonstrating coaching, usually a peer or direct report, and receiving feedback.
Coaching can be done in a group setting or one-to-one. Both options take place after the 3-day training. One-to-one training can be booked right away with a coach you select. The group sessions will take place over a 7 week period, with the start date TBD.
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