Coaching to inspire and motivate staff can be performed in a variety of ways and mastering your own signature style of leadership is critical, but it’s only half the battle. Just like you, your employees are more successful in their roles and growth when their coaching is informed and tailored to their unique needs.
Learning to balance your own style with the unique personalities on your team is key to unlocking the full potential of effective leadership, no matter your level of management. As a coach, nothing is more valuable than authentic connection. Presenting yourself confidently while also being aware of your employees’ individuality is paramount to achieving this.
CUNA Coaching Leadership School is an upcoming face-to-face training event, designed to help credit union management find their confidence and coaching style, but we also wanted to provide opportunities focused specifically on understanding your team. Our answer? The all new CUNA Coaching Conversations eSchool (recorded).
Both programs feature speaker and facilitator Tim Hagen, founder of Progress Coaching. In conjunction, they present comprehensive guidance on the most critical aspects of successful coaching.
Of course, while the two programs complement one another, they can also be taken independently. Here’s a quick breakdown to help you determine which skills you’re interested in sharpening.
CUNA Coaching Leadership School provides:
CUNA Coaching Conversations eSchool (recorded), meanwhile, teaches you:
In concurrence, this school and eSchool present a multi-front approach to growing as a leader and coach—one that involves both self-discovery and deepening of one’s emotional intelligence.
CUNA Coaching Leadership School will be held August 5-7, 2019 in Chicago. Meanwhile, the first ever CUNA Coaching Conversations eSchool (recorded) is available to engage with similar content as the face-to-face school, from the comfort of your workspace.