True Coaching Cultures’ Secret: Leaders Are Coachable
Progressive organizations have been pursuing the idea of developing coaching cultures for a decade. These organizations know that all employees can benefit from coaching. However, the task of creating such a culture is still illusive to many.
Most organizations embrace the professional coaching genre, yet it is difficult to scale and isn’t sufficient to inspire real performance passion. Enter, Collegial Coaching, which encourages feedback and coaching to flow up, down, and sideways.
In this webinar, Thomas Crane, international consultant and leadership thought-leader, will describe the essential feedback-based coaching practice. This practice aligns the intent of creating a coaching culture with the leadership practices that either block or enable this desirable outcome.
In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn:
- What true coachability means and how to use it to build trust
- Why leaders must demonstrate coaching and coachability
- What clients say about how Collegial Coaching & Coachability have made things better
Thomas Crane is an international consultant, thought-leader, facilitator, author, and speaker. He specializes in assisting leaders in creating high-performance organizations through the development of true coaching cultures. Thomas works with executive leaders and their teams to embrace Collegial Coaching as a primary method of communication designed to enhance both individual and team effectiveness. He works internationally through Strategic Partners in Chile, Canada, Mexico, Jamaica, Asia, Singapore. His books are” “The Heart of Coaching” and “The Rise of the Coachable Leader”.