Effective Professional Coaching Principles

Date:
Sep 09 - 10, 2014
Location:
Terry Executive Education Center
3475 Lenox Road, Atlanta, GA 30326
Cost:

General:  $2,200
Alumni:  $1,950

Future business success demands strong leaders capable of moving forward while building and maintaining a strong team. Effective Professional Coaching Principles is a two-day program followed with three coaching sessions that identifies how you can use your leadership strengths to be a change agent to help others reach their highest potential. This program provides realistic guidelines to help elevate your team to achieve outstanding results.

To move the dial, a cognitive shift is necessary to meet and exceed previous goals. During the Effective Professional Coaching Principles program, you will:

  • Learn how to establish coaching goals to align with business outcomes
  • Become versed in different applications of professional coaching to meet strategic business goals
  • Master the power of conversation in order to drive success
  • Understand the change process and how to support others through change
  • Learn how to apply coaching in the workplace to retain employees and build collaboration
  • Establish effective and creative ways to motivate individuals to meet strategic objectives


Seven Partnership Principles will be defined and elaborated during the program:

  • Equality
  • Choice
  • Voice
  • Reflection
  • Dialogue
  • Praxis
  • Reciprocity

Day One: 

•    What is Professional Coaching?
•    Applications of Professional Coaching
•    Characteristics of Good Coaches
•    Partnership

Day Two:

•    The Change Process
•    What a Professional Coach Does
•    Starting your Coaching Program
 

Coaching Sessions


Session 1:  Planning

•    Planning and organization
•    Assist coachee to develop a plan for reaching the goals set during two-day program
•    Individualized and differentiated based on needs
•    Homework: Begin the implementation of a plan

Session 2:  Implementation of Plan

•    Coaching through the process
•    Coachee will identify successes and challenges encountered
•    Work together collaboratively on process of coaching and monitoring of process

Session 3: Differentiated Session 

•    Based on need identified by coachee
•    Evaluation of coaching practices for ongoing development
•    Strategy for sustainability put in place

 

 

Holly Ward, PhD and Tina Anderson, PhD, leadership coaching professionals at Anderson & Ward, cater the classroom experience to specifically address participants' challenges.

Holly and Tina develop long-term professional partnerships with their clients and are known for their assistance in helping leaders produce extraordinary results through practical, yet powerful solutions to challenging problems. They produce benefits that include creative perspectives on difficult conflicts and situations, enhanced decision-making, better interpersonal effectiveness, and increased confidence.
 

Holly M. Ward, PhD 
Dr. Ward works with participants to develop their capacities for insight, choice, and action around their most difficult issues. Her communication skills and ability to work with diverse individuals are strengths that she builds upon for successful coaching. In addition to earning her PhD from the University of Georgia, she is a certified Coaching Trainer from the University of Kansas.

Tina Anderson, PhD 
Dr. Anderson is skilled in collaboration and conflict resolution and assists organizations working through challenging situations to achieve successful results. She earned her PhD from the University of Georgia and completed postdoctoral training in Instructional Coaching from the University of Kansas, Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology, Specialized Reading Instruction from University of California Berkeley, and Clinical Assessment and Management of Differences in Learning from The School of Medicine at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

 Ten years ago, most companies engaged a coach to help fix toxic behavior.
Today, most coaching is about developing the capabilities of high-potential performers

What Can Coaches Do for You, Harvard Business Review

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Holly M. Ward
PhD

Dr. Ward works with participants to develop their capacities for insight, choice, and action around their most difficult issues.  Her communication skills and ability to work with diverse individuals are strengths that she builds upon for successful coaching.  In addition to earning her PhD from the University of Georgia, she is a certified Coaching Trainer from the University of Kansas.

Tina Anderson
PhD

Dr. Anderson is skilled in collaboration and conflict resolution and assists organizations working through challenging situations to achieve successful results. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and completed postdoctoral training in Instructional Coaching from the University of Kansas, Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology, Specialized Reading Instruction from University of California Berkeley, and Clinical Assessment and Management of Differences in Learning from The School of Medicine at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

 

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