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Coaching the Uncoachable

They’re opinionated. Moody, Defensive. Lackluster in their efforts.

As leaders, we’ve all encountered people who seemingly resist every approach we attempt to make at coaching and mentoring them. And these frustrating experiences usually leave us asking the question:

Am I doing something wrong or are these employees just uncoachable?

Most likely, coaching can be successful. But we all have employees that make our task of coaching a lot more difficult. And it is far easier to let them hover above the bare minimum standard than actually TALK to them about improving.

But, the longer we put off this task, the less productive that employee will be. And worse, their attitude is often contagious. Negativity and poor performance begins to seep into your entire staff.

How do we effectively nurture and guide these employees before the problem becomes too big to fix?

First step: Tune into “Coaching the Uncoachable”. This one-hour audio presentation will cover:

  • 7 important reasons successful coaching matters in any organization
  • The 5 steps to kick off a coaching relationship successfully
  • What you need to bring to your coaching role to be most successful
  • Identify the barriers to coaching success and how to overcome them
  • The differences between Coaching and mentoring and how to succeed in both

Hosted by Kevin Eikenberry, you’ll learn how to make this profoundly personal conversation one of the most meaningful you can have with difficult team members. We’ll outline very specific steps and strategies to break through the resistance of any employee. You’ll learn best practices to help you ensure that your employees, formerly thought of as uncoachable, become valuable contributors to you team.

This powerful training audio presentation will help guide you in dealing with poor attitude, contentment with the status quo, a lackadaisical approach to your company’s mission – whatever it is that is getting in the way of your team reaching its potential. The bottom line is, you’re not getting what you need from them. After learning, reviewing and employing the strategies in “Coaching the Uncoachable, a change will start to happen.

Presented By

Kevin Eikenberry

Kevin Eikenberry is an expert on team and leadership development and is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group.

He has spent the past 15 years helping organizations all across North America with leadership, learning, teams and teamwork, creativity and more. His client list includes: the American Red Cross, Chevron, Chevron Phillips Chemical Co., John Deere, Purdue University, Southwest Airlines, TriHealth, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Mint and many more.

He is a frequent presenter at professional conferences and a sought-after keynote speaker. He currently serves on four boards of directors in order to contribute, hone his leadership skills and add an additional dimension to his experiences.

He is the author of the bestselling books From Bud to Boss, Remarkable Leadership and Vantagepoints on Learning and Life, and a contributing author to more than 20 other books. He publishes four electronic newsletters and a popular blog, Leadership & Learning, collectively read by more than 80,000 people worldwide.




Price: $175.00



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