You're Not a Coach Just Because They Gave You a Whistle - topic
"You're Not a Coach Just Because They Gave You a Whistle”
Type of Presentation: Keynote, Workshop or Breakout Session
The success of any organization depends largely on the leadership and "coaching" skills of its supervisors and managers. Their ability to teach, to lead, to stay calm under fire and to solve problems in a "corrective" rather than critical manner greatly influences employee morale and productivity.
"You're Not a Coach Just Because They Gave You a Whistle" is hands on session designed to turn supervisors and managers into leaders. It helps participants develop interpersonal skills from the inside out, resulting in the ability to maximize the productivity and job satisfaction of their staff.
Participants learn that the key to motivating others is to create a climate in which people become self-motivated. They learn to deal effectively with upset people and diffuse workplace tension with a calming sense of emotional intelligence. They lead by example.
Successful athletic coaches build teams by teaching and motivating their athletes. Successful supervisors and managers in any organization do the same.
Clearly defining good leadership
Keeping yourself positive and upbeat, even during challenging times
Three steps for dealing with upset people
A four step approach to conflict resolution
Outcome Based Coaching - Clearly defining expectations
Achieving desired outcomes
What Participants Will Learn
How to create a productive and satisfying culture
How to correct rather than criticize mistakes
How to deal calmly with upset people
How to clearly define desired outcomes
How to "coach" people to reach those outcomes
How to keep yourself growing, both personally and professionally