Being a Coach to Your Team
Your leadership journey continues, and we support you.
Welcome to this module on Being a Coach to Your Team.
Please use the links below to:
- watch the video
- complete the accompanying worksheet
- complete the assessment
- read the article, and
- be ready to discuss relevant insights to your life at our next session
How To Drive Employee Engagement And Become A Better Coach At Work, by Chris Westfall
Being a Coach to Your Team Worksheet, by Lancaster Leadership
How Good Are Your Coaching Skills?, from Mind Tools
Coachability Assessment: How Coachable Are You?, by Lancaster Leadership
Strengths-Based Leadership, from MindTools
4 Things Good Leaders Do When Facing Obstacles that Bad Leaders Don’t, by Marcel Schwantes
Co-Active Coaching, by Karen Kimsey-House, Henry Kimsey-House, Phillip Sandhal & Laura Whitworth
Gung-Ho!, by Ken Blanchard
Taking notes on the video and reading will help you to better retain and utilize what you’ve learned.
Acquire and read the books if you have a particular interest in increasing your competence in this area. You will probably not finish the books before we meet but get at least 1/3 of the way through.
Create an easy-to-find folder of all the work we are doing together, either electronically or in paper form.