This time of the year is always a good time to reflect and to plan for the next year. Most people I work with are extremely busy, and many tell themselves that they don’t have any time for reflection. But if you don’t find that time, you will find yourself always in reactive mode, just somehow picking up the pieces that others throw at you. At the end of the day you feel you have not accomplished much — and suddenly you notice another year has just rushed by, and you wonder what you have actually done the whole time…
Executive coaching can be very powerful to help you and your organization achieve the results you desire. However, not every coaching assignment is successful. Read here what the most common pitfalls are that can lead to failed executive coaching — and how to circumvent these to be successful.
Is your job ‘ok’, but it does not truly fulfill you? Do you perform well, but you feel you are not fully utilizing your potential? Then, one reason could be that your job is not aligned with your core values and motivators in life. Understanding your core values can help you not only to find the ideal job, but also to develop yourself further and utilize your full leadership potential.
As a manager these days, you often have to lead without formal authority, that is leading without being the boss. You may work on a project with peers internationally, or your may be an expert without any direct reports who is never less expected to exert influence on the organization. This may sound difficult, but will eventually get a lot easier, be fun eventually, when you follow these seven steps.
To develop people and to improve employee engagement and performance, you may want to use coaching techniques as a leader. A key coaching technique is to ask “powerful questions”. Here is a question cheat sheet for you.
Leaders using coaching techniques need a structure to make the coaching successful. The GROW model provides a powerful framework for people development, employee engagement, and performance.
Critical thinking is an essential leadership skill. However, if your critical thinking mode is always on, it may easily be interpreted as ‘negativity’ and in fact keep you from getting the promotion you want.
The war for talent is on! Many companies plan to build a Coaching Culture in order to attract top talent, get the best out of them, and keep them. But what does “coaching culture” actually mean? And how do you build one that’s effective?
Feedback is essential for development in both personal and professional life. The Art of Giving Effective Feedback is a key leadership skill which you need to master. If you don’t, your organization will fail already in its initial steps towards a high performance culture that attracts top talent and retains high performers.
Are you an executive who wants to improve your leadership skills? Do you want to get more from your team, organization and yourself in 2017? Then our Leadership Master Class in a group coaching format might be just what you need!
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