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Coaching for Leaders

 Coaching for Leaders, MLC by Prof. Angus Mcleod, PhD - Master Coach, Facilitator, Author


  • Intermediate Level
  • 15 Micro-Learning Sessions
  • 200 min. of Experiential Content
  • 97 Learning Actions
  • Group Discussions & Sharing
  • Offline Access
  • Lifetime Access via Mobile and Web
  • Digital Certificate shareable on LinkedIn

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Leaders influence others using many skills. This 'micro-learning course' provides both understanding and practical application, so you make a positive difference to others and become a better leader, respected by all. We advise to have a coachee during the course to apply the learning.

    What will you learn

    What is this 'Micro-Learning Course' about?

    Leaders influence others using many skills. This course provides both understanding and practical application that helps you become a better leader, respected by all. To get most of your 'applied experience' and make your learning real and practical, you will need to identify and speak to someone who will be your 'coaching-buddy' through the course.

    Who is this course designed for?

    People interested to integrate (facilitative) coaching principles into their work as managers and as people developers, whether in organizations or as independent coaches & consultants. 

    What will you take away?

    • Realize that you have existing skills and acknowledge them 

    • Influence change in people by using questions

    • Create sticky & useful skills for leading others

    Session Overview

    1. Introduction to Coaching
    2. Attitudes For Coaching
    3. Building Confidence
    4. Developing Choices
    5. Autonomy vs. Dependence
    1. From Choice To Target
    2. Listen Well
    3. Mid Program Reflection
    4. Shifting Perceptions
    5. Coachee's Language
    6. Motivation & Sustainability
    7. Coachee Learning
    8. Check Commitment
    9. What To Do When Stuck
    10. Reflection & Learning

    Learner Review

    "This programme was a sequentially robust and comprehensively developed Introduction to Coaching. Not only were the lessons designed to avail a broad spectrum of information regarding this specific skill, there was interesting insights shared, which I did not expect of an Introductory course. The fun elements such as taking snapshots and short coaching exercises made for apt engagement and a practical learning experience."
    - Klaire Chan
    Curated by Prof. Angus McLeod, PhD

    Master Coach, Facilitator, Author

    Dr. Angus McLeod is the author of several books in multiple languages such as "Self-Coaching Leadership" and "Performance Coaching." Dr. McLeod is famously known for his adage “simple can mean better."

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