Develop Your Leaders and
Enhance Your Culture
According to the Harvard Business Review, the average age of a new manager is 30. The first time they receive personalized leadership development is age 42. That is 12 years of managers winging it and trying to learn leadership skills all through trial and error. That is 12 years of building unproductive leadership habits. Leadership development is being offered 12 years too late.
To read more about how the 12 year gap could be affecting your organization click here.
The skills and talent that make individual contributors successful are different from what makes managers successful. This requires us to help first-time managers redefine what success looks like and identify the skills they individually need to develop in their new role. First-time managers are balancing how to manage a new team, a new role, and expectations of themselves. This is a lot of pressure and can result in first-time managers feeling burnt out, leading to disengagement and ultimately turnover. This doesn’t factor in the ripple effect these individuals have on the team, the morale and overall productivity.
Avoid the pitfalls of the 12-year gap and start investing in your high potentials and new managers now.
INCREASE IN LEADERSHIP SELF-AWARENESS
INCREASE IN HAVING COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS
INCREASE IN PROVIDING EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK
INCREASE IN ABILITY TO DEVELOP OTHERS
ELEVATE YOUR LEADERS TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Ready to Take Action?
Leadership coaching is one of the most effective and in-demand talent development approaches. Unlike workshops and eLearning, it provides a personalized approach so each leader can focus on the areas they need the most support with. In the Elevate program, we combine one-on-one coaching with modules in our unique eCoaching platform which mimics the experience of working with a coach to ensure this high-touch approach is also data-backed and scalable for your organization.
The program includes:
Coaching Session 1
THE FUTURE OF THE ORGANIZATION
Module 1: The big picture and your role
Module 2: When to be a coach, manager or mentor
Module 3: Skills required to be a people-first leader
Module 4: Leadership skill: Active listening
Module 5: Leadership skill: Deep questioning
Coaching Session 2
LEADERSHIP & PERFORMANCE FUNDAMENTALS
Module 6: Framework to coach and develop your team
Module 7: How to structure ongoing development conversations
Module 8: Leadership skill: Effective feedback
Module 9: Leadership skill: Appreciative Inquiry
Coaching Session 3
COACHING YOUR TEAM TO SUCCESS
Module 10: We’re all wired differently
Module 11: Mental models and reframing
Module 12: Leadership skill: Understanding Mindsets
Module 13: Leadership skill: Understanding passions, gifts and values
Coaching Session 4
Coaching Session 5
Coaching Session 6
OUR ELEVATE LEADERS PROGRAM IS ACCREDITED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COACH FEDERATION