with Amy Kohut
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Via Zoom – a link will be sent upon registration
Managing and leading people is a complex process. How do you make sure team members achieve their fullest performance potential? How do you empower them with skills and tools to do the job instead of telling them how to do it?
Coaching is one of the key components of managing modern teams. It is a model in which managers ask questions and give support and guidance rather than instruction. Employees learn how to adapt and respond in ways that unleash fresh energy, innovation, and learning.
This interactive workshop will teach managers effective coaching techniques and when to use them to maximize employee learning and growth.
- Understand the difference between directing, mentoring, advising and coaching, and when to use each
- Learn a coaching framework that can be used in one-on-one coaching conversations
- Practice coaching skills using real work situations
- Enhance their coaching, management, and leadership know-how
About the Presenter
Amy Kohut has been skillfully leading groups and individuals towards their professional goals for over 25 years. She is the founder and owner of 1 Step Coaching and Consulting, LLC and former director of Cornell University’s Team and Leadership Center.
Amy teaches leadership classes at Cornell, is a Leadership Coach for Cornell Executive MBAs, and is certified in the EQi 2.0 model of Emotional Intelligence. She has studied with Daniel Goleman at the Omega Institute and is a member of The International Coach Federation. Amy also serves on the Board of Directors of the Experiential Training and Development Alliance. She offers group workshops and one-on-one coaching in utilizing Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Development and Team Dynamics.
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