Building Effective Coaching Relations


September 18, 2019 | Boston, MA
Join us for a 1-day workshop on helping others develop their problem-solving skills.

Upon completing this workshop participants will be better equipped to:

  • Recognize the fundamental difference between coaching for development and coaching for correction or result
  • Use humble inquiry questioning to engage others in responsibility for being self-directed learners
  • Lead others in setting self-development goals and contracting for a developmental coaching relationship
  • Lead others in focusing their development aims on specific skills and designing small learning experiments
  • Facilitate others in self-refection to consolidate their learning from their development experiences
Date(s)September 18, 2019
Duration8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
LocationLean Enterprise Institute Boston, MA
Instructors
Cost$800* (Includes all materials, breakfast, lunch and snacks)

Relying on self-directed learning and experimentation, this workshop expands on the ideas and practices introduced in our Humble Inquiry Coaching programs to focus on helping others develop the capabilities and thinking required for implementing lean and sustaining a culture of continuous improvement.

“Helping others develop their problem-solving thinking and skills does not happen in a one-time interaction. It requires an ongoing relationship, based on clearly defined and agreed upon expectations rather than assumptions.”

Target Audience
Managers and leaders who want to understand how a coach’s presence and intentions can influence the success of a coaching relationship.

To optimize your learning experience, we recommend attending or being familiar with the concepts presented in these two workshops prior to participating in this program.

On-Site Training
Interested in having us bring the workshop to your company?