If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time."
One of the most useful and important management skills to get this "overnight" success is your ability to consistently and constantly coach your team to make a difference!
And even better news is that learning to coach your team is actually quite simple as long as you have effective HOW TO coaching tips and tools in your managing toolkit.
Here's an important point to remember — you're not a trained professional executive coach, neither do you want to become one! Instead, all you need are the most effective coaching tips and tools to bring out the best in your team.
What exactly are these coaching tips and tools to use?
Part 1: The science of asking simple questions
Learn and practice how to ask only five very simple standard coaching questions to make your team think both critically and creatively. In addition, you'll learn and practice how to ask other effective questions effortlessly.
Part 2: The science of knowing what exactly to listen out for when speaking with your team
Instead of using "active listening" techniques (what exactly is this anyway?) you'll learn and practice what to listen out for so that you can sit through hours of nonsense and take notice of only what's important to the conversation.
Part 3: The science of inspiring and influencing your team
We'll use Neuroscience to help us understand what others need and want to feel so that it's easier for us to inspire and influence them. It's all down to science, and we'll learn how to "read" others and practice how to use this together with the tools of Part 1 and 2 to inspire and influence others.
Any mid-level manager and above who wants a better way to get things done.