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After This Course

After taking this course you will have a process to invite an employee into a coaching relationship, know how to run a coaching session, know how to be a coach vs. a mentor or advisor, and how to help your team members be more productive and solve their own problems.

What This Course Covers

Why You Would Take This Course

Let’s start with the first question, what is coaching? When I ask this question to rooms of leaders, the answers are usually not very clear. Because there are so many types of coaching available today. 

This course is designed to improve your leadership coaching skills.

Leadership coaching will help your team be more productive, help you add more value as a leader, and help your team members engage some of their untapped potential. 

By becoming a coaching leader you will be able to help your team members become more effective, solve their own problems, understand how to prioritize their work. Over time you will have more a more capable team that requires less oversight and can be trusted to complete assignments on their own.

This course will help you go from good intentions to great execution. You will learn how to lead a coaching session, what mental shifts you have to make to become a coach, help you to listen more effectively, and help you to know when to coach and when to provide other forms of assistance. 

But how can you be a coaching leader? 

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About the Instructors

David a husband, father and the principal of Arrington Coaching. He and his team work with leaders, teams, organizations, and entrepreneurs. He regularly speaks and writes on leadership development, team alignment, and peak performance. David has over 15 years of executive coaching experience and a doctorate in strategic leadership. He's just authored his first book: Promotable.


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