Coaching is a powerful tool for leaders to use to empower their teams and encourage others to reach their full potential. What are the benefits and impacts for leaders who apply coaching to their leadership style? We are breaking it down in today’s episode. Join us to learn more!

In today’s show, I’m sharing insights and perspectives from a few of the leaders I’ve had the honor to teach and train. I’ll share with you their words about their training, how they evolved throughout the process, and what was most helpful to them along the way. I hope you’ll be inspired to explore how coaching can transform leadership and take it to the next level.

Show Highlights:

  • What makes coaching critical and beneficial for leaders
  • The challenge: How can leaders shift from a “fixer” mindset to a coaching mindset that opens up possibility and collaboration?
  • Common objections from leaders about using coaching in their leadership style
  • Key results when leaders lean into the concept of empowering others to be their own creative geniuses
  • How coaching increases someone’s ownership and ability to engage with co-creating solutions
  • Why leaders usually find it difficult to practice active listening instead of problem-solving
  • The biggest awarenesses I see from leaders who step into co-creating solutions with their team members
  • Common challenges that leaders face in learning coaching skills
  • Why coaching is an essential skill for ANY leader who wants to see results for their team


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Books mentioned in today’s show:

Coaching as a Leadership Style by Robert F. Hicks

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

The Leadership Challenge by James Kouzes and Barry Posner