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Becoming a Coaching Manager. Part B

Introduction

Managers have a complex, multi-faceted role - hierarchical when meeting the organization’s objectives, cross-functional when developing cooperation, and innovative and interpersonal when securing commitment and developing autonomy.

Module Objectives

By the end of this module, you will know how to:

  • Adopt the posture and best practice of a manager-coach.
  • You will then be able to develop your team’s maturity.

Module Program

  • Adopting manager-coach best practice.
  • Practicing team coaching.

Key Advantages

Adapting coaching practices to the specific needs of a manager supporting his or her team (new organization, interpersonal issues, high-stakes project, commitment, collective performance, etc.).

Target Audiences

Experienced managers who want to master the basics of management.

Prerequisites

It is recommended that you first complete Part A of this course.