It’s uncomfortable, isn’t it? Your expertise in systems, process and strategies are sound but you are not seeing the results you had envisioned.
Your people are your gold. They don’t want to be managed. They don’t want to be told what to do. Many companies are moving away from hierarchical style of leadership or command and control practices and the annual performance review because it’s simply not effective any more.
Coaching has become a trendy synonym for mentor, consultant, adviser, superior, trainer, guide, facilitator and the tell-and-sell expertise. However, integral coaching is not about telling people what to do or asking pre-determined powerful questions so that you can convince or convert them to your thinking and your agenda.
If you are serious about becoming a professional coach that has universal recognition, then I recommend that you invest years of training and thousands of dollars to get there. I’m happy to recommend details – just ask. It is a worthy journey.
However, if you have experience and expertise in your current profession, business, leadership or life and simply want to add gold-standard, high-capacity coaching skills to your leadership skillset, without spending thousands of dollars or years of time in an internationally-recognized coaching education, then consider Coach Skills Training as part of your personal growth strategy. This world will become a better place as really great people are coached by really great managers and leaders.
The Coach Skills Training group is for leaders who have a driving desire to actualize tangible results, have less personality conflicts and build a trust-based community of happy, engaged people that will flourish and succeed together.