Coaching Skills for Supervisors

Our Coaching Skills for Supervisors programme can be tailored to include workshops, shadow exercises, personal 1:1 coaching, readings and digital learning through the BOLDLY platform.

About Coaching Skills with BOLDLY

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Supervisors are increasingly expected to take a coaching style – through performance reviews, exit interviews, and engagement surveys the world over, we know that a ‘coaching’ approach is most in demand from direct reports and teams.

This puts a lot of pressure on Supervisors to broaden their management style from a traditional corporate‘ command and control’ approach. They’re expected to drive collaboration instead of dictating; delegate more; listen more; and be experts in giving feedback. In the strictest sense, there’s a big difference between being a Professional Coach, and taking a coaching style in your management approach.

We work with Supervisors to maintain a rigorous focus on goals and performance results, while broadening their management style to fully maximise their staffs development.

  • Most internal ‘coaching’ is actually mentoring or management

  • Supervisors can benefit from understanding coaching as a situational style

  • When deployed effectively, a coaching style impacts a Supervisors team performance by sustaining staff innovation, development and engagement.

Our Coaching Skills for Supervisors programme can be tailored to include workshops, shadow exercises, personal 1:1 coaching, readings and digital learning through the BOLDLY platform.

Our facilitators are PCC level Professional Coaches with experience working and facilitating globally.

Our drive for practical coaching experience and case study work ensures your staff gain a first-hand perspective of the impact coaching can have.

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