The Three Conversations of Effective Coaching
From November 2017.
In partnership with Training Industry, Inc.
A great deal of attention is given to the “coaching conversations” between a manager and his or her direct report. Rightly so – they are the foundation of a culture of engagement and productivity. However, many organizations struggle to consistently translate good intentions to activity and noble goals to measurable behavior. They often overlook an inconvenient factor: There is not one but three types of conversations that need to occur to realize the goals of a coaching initiative. Most organizations are unaware of or ignoring the other two critical conversations.
In this interactive webinar in partnership with Training Industry, Inc., Scottland Jacobson, Director of Global Learning & Development and Talent Acquisition for Russell Investments, and Integrity Solutions’ Bruce Wedderburn discussed the often overlooked factors required for a coaching initiative to achieve its goals.
You will receive easy-to-understand insights into:
- How coaching unlocks authentic connections between managers and their direct reports
- The three types of coaching conversations
- Best practices and lessons learned from a successful coaching initiative