This post is a short and sweet SNEAK PEEK into our: Process of Coaching course being offered on June 9 or 10 (register here) in the format of a FAQ!
Note there is an early bird discount of 10% (on the registration website) and a special BNI members discount of 20% (email us for details) so, if you like a deal (and who doesn’t?) – get a deal!
FAQ’s About the Process of Coaching
What is the target audience of this course?
The people who will get the most from this course are people managers. Examples include supervisors, team-leads, managers, or directors that lead groups of people in the private or public sector. These leaders want to be just that – a leader, not just a manager. They want to evoke a spark in their teams that will increase productivity, unleash skills, and create a great culture.
What exactly do you mean by “Process of Coaching”?
If you read our blog a lot – you know we love to talk about coaching (link, link, link).
We’re taking all of those tips, tricks, methods, and tools (along with more) and putting them into one simple process that you can apply to be a great coach every day. The morning portion of the course we will be teaching you our Process of Coaching that helps to build effective and collaborative relationships built on trust. This trust empowers multi-layered feedback and difficult conversations with accountability making sure that you get the most from your team.
What is Experiential Learning? Who’s this Kris guy?
Great question(s). If you come to our course you’ll learn why stacking questions isn’t a great idea! We will have a few blogs coming up over the coming weeks to give you more insight to the methods to our madness. The first will explain why experiential learning is so effective with a one-on-one interview with Peter Gardner-Harding from Playsthatwork. The second will be a blog feature on our fantastically famous actor, Kris Ryan, and learn a little more about Kris’ experiences with acting in a business setting like this. After lunch, we’ll bring Kris in to “play”. He will have a specific character, personality traits, and some previous past experiences built into his character. And in this segment you get to do the hardest part of applying coaching tools – PRACTICE. One-on-one you’ll get to work with the actor to go through the “Process of Coaching”. Every once in a while we’ll “FREEZE” we’ll have the room give you some tips and suggestions, get feedback from the actor on how he’s feeling, and get feedback from Ruth and I– something you CANNOT replicate in real life! This is the most fun you will ever have in a business course, hands down (Click to Tweet)
What’s for lunch?
Excellent question. We haven’t decided yet, but rest assured, between two gluten & dairy intolerants (Ruth and I), and our vegan project assistant David Keyes, we’ve got you covered. When you sign up, send us a note with any dietary restrictions and we will happily accommodate.
Why is the dress code business casual?
All of that real-live simulation means we need to be in an environment that means business. So, when you arrive, you’ll notice our fantastic space at the Verity Club, 111d Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1S2 (www.verity.ca) – you have no choice but to get right into a business mood with that buzzing modern business environment surrounding you.
Same goes for your outfit. Dress like you would when talking to your team at the office!
Where do I sign up?
Intrigued already? Sign up here to catch our early bird deal and join us for a fantastic day!
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Are you excited yet? We are!