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One of the features of the global crisis in the last 6 months has been just how tough it has been for leaders to keep their teams performing when the context has been so uncertain, unpredictable, and fast-moving. How do leaders lead well when they themselves do not know the answer? How do they help their team to deal with stress when they themselves are subject to the same stresses?
Whether they like it or not, leaders and managers are having more challenging, more intimate, and more exposing personal conversations with their staff and direct reports. It is now clearer than ever that openness to everyone’s suggestions, feelings, and ideas is of crucial importance for making the right decisions.
Join this live webinar with Professor Erik de Haan, Head of the Ashridge Centre for Coaching, and Ann Knights, Accredited Ashridge Coach and Faculty Lead on the Ashridge Masters in Coaching to explore how leaders can themselves cultivate resilience and resourcefulness in their teams through coaching conversations.
This 45-minute live session will explore:
- The lessons that are emerging from the last 6 months about what leaders need to learn, to support their teams’ well-being and performance in times of uncertainty
- How leaders who coach make a difference in this context
- Some example interventions for leaders to build their coaching skill and confidence in times of crisis
When? Recording from live webinar on September 29th, 1 pm GMT+1
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