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Leadership Team Coaching is a Course

Leadership Team Coaching

Apr 6 - May 3, 2020
2.0 credits

$550 Enroll

Full course description


Duration:
4 Weeks

Commitment:
3-8 Hours/Week

Location:
Online

Course Type:
Instructor-led

Credential:
2.0 Units

Course Description

Leadership coaching increases effective collaboration between managers and their employees. Leadership coaching recognizes the value of curiosity, attentive listening, and open-ended questions to identify the strengths of your team members.

By mastering these tools, you can create strong, lasting partnerships that enhance and promote your employee’s engagement and growth, increasing innovation by creating an environment open to exploration and understanding.

In this effective, hands-on program, you will learn how to curb non-productive behaviors, understand motivation, and develop strong team dynamics within your group by truly understanding each member of the team.


Course Material:

Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership (3rd ed.), by Peter Hawkins (ISBN-13: 978-0749478490)


Objectives

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to engage with your team one-on-one to recognize and highlight the strengths in each individual
  • Strategies for improving your own listening skills and reactions to others
  • The theories behind leadership coaching, including how it differs from mentoring and supervising

Course Instructor


Sally Sorte

Sally believes that civic activism and social entrepreneurship are key to creating the world in which we all seek to live. Originally from Oregon, she attended Whitman College, and has earned two Masters degrees since (University of Hawaii - Masters in Education; University of Colorado - Masters in Public Administration). She brings experience in education and business from her tenure with Teach for America Hawaii and Google, respectively.

In 2011, Sally founded Academy 360, an elementary charter school designed to close the achievement gaps and address health disparities in Montbello, an underserved neighborhood in Denver. She is now pursuing her passions of writing, travel, entrepreneurship, educational consulting, political activism and teaching at the university level.