It’s clear that both leadership and management responsibilities and expectations have changed dramatically, particularly in the last decade.
The question is often asked:
How do managers and leaders continue to be effective in an ever increasingly fast-paced, complex and ever-changing organisational environment?
There is ample research to show that the key skill and knowledge that successful leaders and managers use is coaching. Coaching has become essential in the modern and rapidly evolving workplace.
If a manager wants to be a leader, he must develop the ability to coach others. It is the core skill required of every successful manager in the 21st century because the days of command and control leadership as the go to model of managing people is long gone.
The skills I developed and the knowledge I acquired during my ILM coaching qualification transformed how I manage my team. The gains we have had in effectiveness and productivity have led us to be a winning team. ~ SI – Team Manager.
Coaching and collaboration have taken over as the most effective way for managers to lead. If managers do not become skilled at coaching their employees, it is unlikely that they will be able to achieve sustainable long-term positive results for themselves or their organisations.
Coaching and collaboration have taken over as the most effective way for managers to lead. The reason is that it builds confidence in teams, encourages creative thinking and develops problem solving skills that are dormant in most employees.
The coaching tool kit encourages individuals to go the extra mile, to grow in the scope of their job role and to be more personally responsible for tasks and team outcomes. In short, it builds co-do teams across the entire organisation.
Click on the individual links below for further information and to book your course:
ILM Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching & Mentoring
ILM Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching & Mentoring
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Offer expires on the 30th of October 2018.