Luck is For Leprechauns: 3 Critical Coaching Practices That Women Leaders Can Use To Coach Their Teams To Success
Dig into the realization that leaders have the ability to change the trajectory of the world. Whether you’re the head of an organization, a household, a team, or a nation, coaching-style leadership is about working collaboratively to achieve a shared goal. The strategies we will cover here are critical to that success.
This webinar will take place on:
28 March, 2022
10 am PT | 12 pm CST | 1 pm EST
The skill of effectively coaching employees is essential to a leader’s ability to help people develop to their fullest potential and motivate them to contribute at their highest level. Great coaches cultivate mindfulness and understand the importance of meeting the individual where they are when in a coaching relationship. This means being aware of individual nuances, including personality styles, personal perspectives, intentions and career/personal goals and expectations.
This practical, interactive workshop is designed to give leaders hands-on experience using coaching techniques in their work.
- Leaders will learn and practice how to get into the coaching mindset.
- Leaders will be introduced to a toolkit of techniques for building a strong coaching relationship and engaging in effective dialogue.
- Leaders will do a quick sprint around coaching to cultivate influence through relationships.
Tiffany Yvonne Gratton-McDuffie, CPA, Founder & Head of Strategy + Happiness, at Playmaker Solutions, is an emotional intelligence thought leader specializing in merging people strategy with profit strategy and shifting employee experience.
Her Masters is in Adult & Continuing Education from the University of Wisconsin, where she studied positive psychology, experience and instructional design, change and behavior management. She began her career working as a Certified Public Accountant and using audit framework to identify best practices, system efficiencies, and regulatory compliance. Over time, she transitioned to using her transformational leadership style to deliver powerful keynotes and workshops that connect organizational profitability with the care, management, and well-being of people in the organization – specifically around improving employee well-being – happiness, engagement, and resilience – at work. Tiffany splits her time between Chicago and Milwaukee, is a mom of three (including twin girls), and she enjoys family time, swimming, music, and assisting in youth character development efforts.