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Coach Your Way to Leadership Success

It’s really a no-brainer. The more talented your staff is, the better your success, their success and overall results will be.

And all too often, otherwise good leaders overlook the importance of coaching and mentoring. Because they don’t help their team members to accelerate and take their skills to the next level, their leadership stalls. Without personal development, they’re stuck in the status quo, stifling their team’s ability to grow and to reach their fullest potential.

And difficult employees only complicate your ability to effectively coach and develop your team.

You know them all too well. They have a bad attitude. They consistently perform at “bare minimum” (and are perfectly happy at this level). They continue to exhibit “bad” behaviors or don’t follow-through on the issues covered in performance coaching.

But let’s face it: Difficult people aren’t going away and they aren’t changing. It’s up to you to take control of the situation to get the results you want.

And essential coaching skills are absolutely critical to your success as a leader. Through effective coaching, you’ll build loyalty and trust, develop better relationships with your team and work through tough situations and difficult employees.

When you’re simply managing your team, you aren’t giving them the opportunity to develop their skills and better utilize the ones they have. However, when you go beyond focusing on the specific tasks, to the actual person, you can transform your team’s performance.

If you’re ready to make a difference in your leadership, this teleseminar is for you! We’ll give you expert tips and techniques to take your coaching skills to the next level. You’ll learn how to get employees to self-motivate to take initiative, how to inspire your team to achieve more and how communicate effectively – even with the most difficult employee.

You’ll also learn:

  • Understanding the critical difference between coaching and discipline
  • Why leaders need to become better coaches
  • How to apply the ABC’s of coaching
  • How to have a successful coaching conversation
  • Understanding the sources of your feedback power
  • How to use the four types of feedback
  • Tips for taking control of the situation and handle conflict & angry people
  • How to manage your emotions and coach under pressure

Presented By:

Guy Harris
Master Trainer & Coach

Guy draws on more than 20 years of combined professional and military experience when he consults, coaches, or trains in the areas of team and interaction dynamics, communication strategies and tactics, and emotional intelligence.

Prior to becoming a trainer and coach, Guy served as a Nuclear Engineering Officer in the US Navy Submarine Force, and he worked in leadership positions in both large and small business environments.

Typical client concerns prior to working with Guy are: forging a team from a group of individuals, moving a team past the conflict stage of team development, developing other leaders, expanding personal influence within the organization, communicating more effectively, and developing buy-in for new programs and processes.

With experience and training in technical disciplines and his further training in, and practical application of, human behavior and motivation principles, his unique skills consist of quickly connecting the technical and task accomplishment necessities of business operations with the human factors that often limit rapid implementation and results.

In other words, he helps you understand – and work through – the reasons why your relationships are getting in the way of getting things done.

Guy has both Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering. He was a qualified Engineering Department head in the U.S. Navy. He is a Master Trainer and Coach in the DISC Model of Human Behavior, and a Workplace Conflict Resolution expert.

Price: $175.00