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Coaching as a Leadership Strategy
Today’s workforce has different expectations of and needs from leadership than it has in the past. In this interactive course, you will learn how to move from a management style to a coaching style in order to be a more effective leader for this growing workforce. You will learn the power of questioning, how relational psychological contracts work and why they are important, and how to give continuous feedback while allowing employees the freedom to grow and fail in a supportive work environment.
- Learn to transition from managing to coaching
- Identify the psychological contracts needed in today’s work environment
- Learn what today’s workforce needs, and prepare for the future
- Develop questioning skills to facilitate learning
Continuing Education Hours:
Project Management Institute: 6.5 PDUs-Leadership / Continuing Education Units: .65 CEUs
and a Certificate of Achievement from The University of Texas at Austin and Texas Consilium to document and commemorate your progress on your journey of becoming your best.
Class Size: This class is limited to 30 participants, and must meet a certain minimum enrollment to proceed. If you are unable to register due to capacity limits, you may request to be waitlisted by sending an email to LeadershipTraining@txconsilium.org. In the event minimum registrations are not met, the organizers reserve the right to cancel this event and provide full refunds to each registrant.
Texas Advocates – Individuals who believe in our mission and who want to connect with opportunities that involve working to improve Texas businesses are welcome to join us as a Texas Advocate. Advocate dues and a long list of benefits have been established, including saving at least $100 on training programs like this one, free attendance at our monthly breakfasts and much more. See the benefits and join now prior to registering at www.txconsilium.org/advocate.
Networking – All attendees can participate in our networking introductions, so this is a great opportunity to meet others interested in improving business in Texas.