Skills | Performance | Development | Executives Agenda
Support & confidence when making bold moves
Safe space to hear your own voice
Deeper learning - about yourself, how you're perceived, where you can improve
Clarity in operating values
Faster/focused execution by your organization
Minimize perspectives that may be barriers
Awareness of blind spots
Support for improving specific skills - communication, delegation, conflict management, team building
These leaders work with coaches to help frame, challenge, and assimilate information key to advancing the goals of the enterprise. Value is created through improving the performance or accelerating the development of individuals who are accountable for a wide scope of complex issues with significant impact to a company.
Onsite Offsite Always Powerful
Executive Coaching is a flexible way for leaders to come up the learning curve quickly enough to handle managing, ever changing market signals, complex peer relationships and greater workplace diversity.
Every aThirdView executive coaching experience begins with a clear understanding of your goals . Once established you can choose the executive coaching track that will advance your goals. Our approach utilizes four roles to guide the Executive Coaching experience.
Coaching for Skills. Focused on your current job and the specific skills required for you to become more effective. Skills might include, leading, listening, providing feedback to your reports, communicating as well as the tool box of management techniques applicable to your responsibilities.
Coaching for Performance. Focused more broadly on your current role. Improving performance might include, managing stakeholders, conflict resolution, collaboration, leading teams, coaching others,
Coaching for Development. Focused on learning for a future job. Areas to develop might include leadership attributes, leading change initiatives, leading teams, corporate governance, organizational development, and communication strategies.
Coaching for the Executive Agenda. Focused on learning to develop, perfect and align vision, alignment and execution by your teams and enterprise.
4 Key Roles of Executive Coaching
Impact to the Business
Impact of Managers on Engagement
Key Drivers of Engagement
Elements of Culture
Functions of Management
Comparing Leaders to Managers
5.Role of Managers
Basic Functions of Management
Management Traits - Activity
Management/Leader 5 Strengths
Commitment to Improvement
•Old vs. New Management Activities Listening Skills •Listening as a Process Passive/Active Listening The Active Listening Process Listening - Activity Listening Style - Self Assessment
8.Feedback & Coaching •Giving Positive Feedback Positive Feedback - Activity •Balanced Feedback Guidelines for Receiving Feedback Balanced Feedback - Activity •Coaching What Teachers Do - Activity The Coaching Process
9.Generations in the Workplace • Managing a Diverse Workforce 1.Vison, Alignment, Execution •Fundamental Concepts
2.Conflict Resolution •Assumption About Conflict •Conflict Management Styles •Conflict Resolution Principles Role Play - Activity
3.Manager’s Tool Kit •Leading Effective Meetings Plan Better Meetings - Meet Less Meeting Code of Conduct Prestaging Meetings Measuring Meeting Effectiveness •Responsibility Charting (RACI Diagramming) Roles: Accountable, Responsible, Informed and Consulted RACI Form Create a Simple RACI - Activity
Manager’s Tool Kit Continued Problem Solving •Assessing the Problem •Fish Bone Diagramming •Asking the 5 Why’s •Innovating a Solution
6.Personal Development Plans •Identify Your Passion(s) •Personal Mission Statement •Defining Specific Career Goals/Objectives •Creating a Measurable Action
7. Start - Stop - Do More - Do Less •Group Populates Flip Charts Based on What They Learned- Activity