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April 8, 2015

Good Intentions Aren’t Enough – It’s Time to Stop Being So Helpful

Join us next week when Michael Bungay Stanier, senior partner at Box of Crayons, leads an interactive half-day session where we’ll learn to develop the “coaching habit.”

Hear Michael explain how this event will be a unique experience for SCNetwork members in the video below.

Michael promises to help us understand the risks of taking the lead and becoming the advice-giver or problem-solver.

You will learn:

  • The seven most powerful coaching questions for managers, core questions that can be used in any conversation.
  • The Coaching Bookends™ – powerful ways of starting and finishing any management conversation to help increase its coaching impact.
  • How to establish a 108-day process as a follow-up to the introduction to coaching skills for managers. This helps embed the new tools, skills and behaviours and get it “in their bones.”

Michael Bungay Stanier will present at SCNetwork on April 15 at The Albany Club.
Register here


Filed under: coaching, hr, leadership, upcoming event

Join us next week when Michael Bungay Stanier, senior partner at Box of Crayons, leads an interactive half-day session where we’ll learn to develop the “coaching habit.”

Hear Michael explain how this event will be a unique experience for SCNetwork members in the video below.

Michael promises to help us understand the risks of taking the lead and becoming the advice-giver or problem-solver.

You will learn:

  • The seven most powerful coaching questions for managers, core questions that can be used in any conversation.
  • The Coaching Bookends™ – powerful ways of starting and finishing any management conversation to help increase its coaching impact.
  • How to establish a 108-day process as a follow-up to the introduction to coaching skills for managers. This helps embed the new tools, skills and behaviours and get it “in their bones.”

Michael Bungay Stanier will present at SCNetwork on April 15 at The Albany Club.
Register here


Filed under: coaching, hr, leadership, upcoming event
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