Manager-Coach a dilemma
By Axel Bleschke
In your company, organisation or department, you occupy a leading role and taking the initiative does not scare you. Changes are taking place, and a dynamic, agile and demanding future is crystallising.
As a manager, your mission is to support your employees on a daily basis, and you are confronted with resistance to change. Discussing and sharing your experiences with other leaders in similar situations to your own moves you forward. How can you position and develop yourself to be effective in your leadership and coaching roles? What tools are effective in managing change? What attitudes can you adopt to learn and unlock critical situations?
We offer you a four-step path to reinforce the leadership skills and attitudes you need to succeed in your future missions.
Duration in this example:
PLAN 3-days of Eco-diagnostic®
DO 4 days of classroom training and 3 hours of webinars
CHECK 6 days of support and coaching
ACT 2 days of standard setting
Groups of participants with a maximum of 10 people are effective in developing the necessary skills and attitudes!
Audience: Directors, managers, senior project managers and executives with high potential
1. PLAN - Preparation, selection of participants and launch of the course
2. DO - Training, Webinars and Training Game
3. CHECK - Coaching and alignment of participants
4. ACT - Improvement, validation of standards and monitoring of stakeholders
Here is an example of a course and work process adapted to the LEAN context in a company. The LEAN philosophy requires a real transformation of organisations and excellent coaches throughout this change!
A highly topical course in considerable demand because companies are on the move! Traditional managerial attitudes and skills are no longer adapted to the dynamics of markets and organisations - in particular, the intergenerational context and virtual "remote" working necessitate transformations in corporate culture.