Teaching leaders on how to coach teams Team Coaching is specifically designed for all leaders - managers, supervisors, team leaders - or anyone who handles a team. In this 2-day workshop, leaders are equipped with state-of-the-art coaching skills, tools, and techniques that accelerate the development of a team towards synergy and peak performance. DAY 1 Why team collaboration is most critical in driving business results What is a team? Team vs Group Different types of teams Understanding the nuances and the most common problems in a team The challenges of a leader in handling a team The usual stages a team passes...

Corporate Coach Vince Dizon has a natural ability to connect and relate with workplace leaders since he brings with him fresh corporate operations experience with diverse personal exposure from top to bottom of business settings here and abroad. His climb from rank and file position of Brand Assistant to Leadership roles of Senior Brand Manager, Marketing Manager, and Category Manager enables him to understand the demands of corporate career and life. His background was as a manager and marketer in industries such as: FMCG (Universal Robina and San Miguel Corporation), Telecommunications (Globe Telecoms, Inc.), Entertainment/Communications (SKYcable Corp.), and Pharmaceuticals (Abbott Laboratories)...

HR Practitioner and Professional Coach Emese Dobos has 10 years solid experience in Human Resources on both corporate and agency side. Her main forte lies in talent management, recruitment and workforce selection with special expertise in conducting Assessment and Development Centers; succession planning as well as employee well-being. She was permanent participant of talent committee meetings and successfully supported talent development plans as well as multiyear talent movement planning. Emese is a psychologist by profession and an ICF qualified coach which experience she applies daily not only for inspiring clients to maximize their potential, but also in everyday conversations where coaching...

Are you sending your most promising employees to leadership development training? Most often, high-potential employees are being sent to leadership development programs for them to realize their full potential. Such is the case of organizations who firmly believe that the future of any organization lies in successful succession planning. Leadership development programs strengthen employee engagement and promote the transfer of knowledge throughout the whole organization. Organizations which don’t implement succession planning often pay a high price of hiring or pirating people from top notch companies, whenever a highly skilled employee leaves. Would you believe us when we say that the most important asset...

Why is a coaching certification important? Coaching certifications or credentials for that matter are good predictors of success and achievement for anyone seeking a coaching career because it gives you credibility. According to a report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, by 2020, 65% of all jobs will require postsecondary education and training. This skills gap between education and the workforce has caused a shift toward the importance of certification or credentialing and additional training that is more comprehensive in order to meet the needs of companies. Similarly, in a 2014 Consumer Awareness Study conducted by the International Coach...

One of the biggest challenges of every company is sending new and existing employees to training and development programs. What makes it even difficult is convincing and getting the commitment of management to invest in training and development. Here are seven ways to make your organization better through training and development programs. Set your standards Before starting an initiative, stakeholders will always want to know what will come out of training and development programs and what would be our basis in determining if it’s going to be successful or not. Some companies benchmark with their competitors or join organizations with common interests...

There is never one size fits all among several leadership training activities that will boost your team's performance. The ultimate goal of the leader is to influence, engage and encourage his people to take action towards their goal. The problem with most businesses nowadays is that their leaders or managers were not trained to understand how to use leadership strategies that could improve their ability to influence/motivate their team members. Here are 5 leadership training activities that can boost your performance Define & Communicate Mission and Vision The leader must be able to define and communicate the mission and vision of the organization...

Being a certified coach could be considered as one of the toughest but fulfilling jobs. As a certified coach, you need to have leadership skills to be able to tap into people's lives. You need to possess certain skills to be able to align with your client. To become a certified coach, these are the requirements: ICF-accredited coach training Just like any other profession, you will need to undergo a training to have enough knowledge in your profession. n ICF-accredited training program. This would include a rigorous process with a curriculum that is aligned with the ICF definition, code of ethics, and...

How can we determine effective leadership?  Yes, leadership can be measured through the leader’s behaviors. There is no truth in the statement that says “Leaders are born, not made.” because leadership behaviors can be learned. Here are 4 ways to determine an effective leadership Effective leadership means that the leader has a mission and inspire others to join them. The leader must be able to understand and communicate it to his team so that the team commits themselves fully to the mission. The leader makes sure that the team understands him and not just hear him. Effective leadership means the leader is...

The difference between leaders and managers is that leaders have followers while managers have workers. However, leadership and management are measured equally, and not one of the two is better than the other or vice versa. Organizations need both leadership and management. Leadership pushes followers to move towards their goals while managers make sure that everyone in the team is working well towards the goals. So what else would be the key differences between leadership and management? The manager is the one responsible for creating, implementing and monitoring the processes that enable the team’s success. On the other hand, the leader creates...