Lead Organizational Dynamics. Leadership has been around as long as man himself.
Leadership is a greatly debated, and possibly marginally understood concept. Are leaders made, or born? Why do people choose to follow certain leaders even when it may prove very harmful to them personally? Are management and leadership skills synonymous? Are all managers, leaders and vice versa? And why do such leaders have such dramatically different styles?
One thing that everyone agrees on is the concept of leaders needing followers. John Maxwell states, “If you think you are leading, but no one is following, you are really only taking a walk.”
And even our largest organizations understand this and coaching’s role. A 2004 survey by Right Management Consultants, 86% of companies said they used coaching to sharpen the skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders.
Great Leadership Coaches realize how much their field is constantly changing and being redefined and rediscovered. They spend time reading and studying leadership techniques as well as practicing them.
Our training provides you not only with the essential skills to refine your role as a leadership coach, but the marketing and business development techniques to leverage your leadership coaching practice. An organization is making the investment in you to insure the investment you make in others grows the capability of your team and your organization. Once you have the basic mastery of coaching functionally understood, you will be a better overall leader.