Here are the next workshops you can register for. Please note that all times listed are Central European Times:
Being a strong and high-performing leader is a very tough job. Not only do you have to deal with the day-to-day responsibilities of your job, but you also need to be able to manage through very challenging situations: Covid today, a reorganization or major change tomorrow.
To be a better leader, you must develop and train a set of behaviors that will put you ahead of the game. In my experience as a senior executive, although many skills and behaviors may contribute to your success as a leader, I have isolated 5 which I consider the most critical.
In this 2-hour workshop, I will coach you on these 5 behaviors and how you can put them in practice NOW to be a more effective leader for your team and organization.
You will leave the workshop with a list of clear steps and commitments that you will start implementing immediately with your team or organization. These actions will allow you to create clarity within your team, improve your leadership presence, feel more comfortable managing a change, or get a better work/life balance.
An efficient leader is someone who can also mentor and coach their team. Being a leader and a coach will require shifting from teaching someone how to do their job and evaluating their performance to giving strong support and guidance to your people so they can continue to thrive in ever-changing environments and challenges.
There are many skills that come handy to allow you doing that. As a senior executive and a certified coach, my experience has taught me that 2 skills are paramount if you want to excel as leader and coach for your team and organization.
In this 2-hour workshop, I will coach you on how to use these 2 key skills and how you can start to use them immediately with your team and broader organization to produce significant efficiency. By using these 2 skills and acting as a coach, you will for instance better manage conflicts, handle one-to-one and annual performance review discussions in a much more efficient way, and you will create trust in your team.
This innovative group coaching relies on the “hotseat” format, in which at each 60-minute bi-monthly meeting, participants take turns in the hotseat, presenting a current leadership challenge that they are facing and asking for input, while their fellow group coachees support a thorough brainstorming process. The idea of the MasterMind Group Coaching is to help generate questions, thoughts rather just offer ideas or advice.
This format is limited to 6 participants only and each participant will be required to attend all 8 bi-monthly 60-minute sessions (1 introductory session, 6 coaching sessions where participants take turn, 1 closing session).
A typical agenda for a MasterMind session might look like this:
Welcome and get connected – What has happened since we last met (update from last hotseat taker + others on learnings and personal experimentation from last session) – 5 minutes
Case giver picks an accountability partner for his actions, experiments – 2 minutes
Closing – Pick up case giver and timekeeper for next session – 1 minute
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