12 Apr 2022
1:00 pm ET

A lot of managers can struggle with coaching. Too many leadership programs focus on building the coaches’ skills rather than identifying their learners’ needs to succeed, thus failing to represent the other half of the equation. The first step to coaching is creating a personalized experience for each learner. Coaching isn’t directing; it’s building a relationship.

Every learner is unique, so managers should adapt their approach, or be left with a one-size-fits-none coaching program. Coaching is built on a foundation of shared interactions and expectations between the coach and the learner. Managers that apply relationship intelligence (RQ) into coaching can drive company growth and retention, and create a unique and engaging experience for every learner.

Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by Core Strengths. Your host Dr. Tim Scudder, principal and author at Core Strengths, will show you how to coach with RQ so you can build trust and commitment with learners, while making an impact on their professional development. Dr. Scudder will also provide best practices on how to apply RQ to help build a unique relationship with learners that will improve their productivity and skills development. You will walk away with the insight on how to integrate RQ into your company’s coaching program to enable growth and boost retention.

This interactive webinar will provide easy-to-understand insights on:

  • Using relationship intelligence (RQ) to facilitate coaching to improve learners’ performance and skills development.
  • Removing blockers and biases that limit coaching’s effectiveness.
  • Mastering a coaching mindset that builds trust and commitment while taking accountability for their learners’ growth.

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