"Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them." by Timothy Gallwey, author of The Inner Game series of books.
A "Coaching Mindset" would definitely be an asset if you could apply it to your thinking and behaviors at the workplace. Leadership coaching encourages you or your employees to look for the deepest motivational drives and to connect these to the goals; thus, being able to stay motivated and focused on the bigger picture through attention management.
Benefits of Coaching:
‧ Lower overall attrition
‧ Higher productivity
‧ Higher morale
‧ Increased quality of work delivered
‧ Managing focus and attention
Join this upcoming Network & Learn session with Michelle Chan, Partner, Executive Coach, Mentor & Facilitator of Transcend International to learn about the essentialness and characteristics of coaching, effective coaching strategies and application of coaching in corporation setting!
Come join the event to start empowering yourself with coaching techniques. What's more? You can also meet with like-minded people at the event and put your learning into practice through casual networking over canapés and drinks!
**Limited Offer !**
Register now and enjoy Buy-One-Get-One-Free: First, you need to register and pay online to secure your booking; then email your friend's name, title and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject to seating availability; first-come-first-served)
About the Speaker:
Michelle Chan has been actively involved with leadership development, executive coaching and mentoring since 2007. Her coaching and mentoring experience covers the area of cross cultural leadership, change management, empowerment and delegation, self-awareness and self-development, transition period career coaching etc. Her clients vary from Chinese SOEs (such as China Unicom, Bank of China) to the multinational companies. Michelle' facilitation style is highly interactive and she engages participants to "learn from doing" through an action-learning approach.