Approach Leadership Like a Coach
Business leaders often draw their motivation from inspiring coaches. Great coaches have the ability to push their teams beyond what they think possible to achieve winning results – again and again. Coaches hold players accountable – whether the team wins or loses.
The fact is that employees who clearly understand expectations, and know they’re accountable, enjoy a higher level of job satisfaction, stay longer, and produce better results. It’s about how you approach relationships and critical conversations with accountability that drives performance. Based on the findings from 10,000 coaching sessions with executives, managers and business owners, this session will reveal the mindset and tools to influence and lead effectively.
In this session, you will:
- Explore how to transform yourself from a manager to a coach
- Discover the key skills to becoming an effective coach
- Identify the six steps required for a successful coaching conversation
About the Presenter:
Dean Savoca, M.Ed, BCC
Dean Savoca, M.Ed., BCC, CSP™ is the performance development partner for leaders who want highly-effective teams that are focused, aligned and inspired. Simply put, Dean helps leaders coach their people. A 25-year veteran of the meetings and events industry, Dean combines an early career in hospitality sales and operations with a Master’s Degree in Organizational Performance and Change, and has spent the last 14 years speaking, training and coaching on leadership and development. He helps participants identify the core issues they face daily that impact performance development, people management and team alignment – and rallies them to action, often right there in the room. The result is a better bottom line – boosted by improved performance, higher productivity, and more cohesive teamwork. Dean is a board-certified coach and has conducted 10,000 executive coaching sessions. He is also a Certified Speaking Professional™, conferred by the National Speakers Association, and actively involved in several industry associations. View Dean’s 3-minute speaker video.
Intermediate, beginner, and advanced
ATD Competency Model Areas of Expertise:
- Change Management
Free parking at the Landmark.
Coffee, tea and a light breakfast will be provided.
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