Wednesday, September 2, 2020 — Irina Baranov
Leaders serve many roles – visionary, motivator, manager, problem solver… but what about the role of coach?
Sometimes this one’s the hardest. We’re not naturally inclined to do some of the counterintuitive-but-so-valuable work of coaching. It’s much easier to answer, solve and move on. But that doesn’t help people grow and develop. It doesn’t move them forward. It doesn’t expand their thinking and ability, and in the long-run, doesn’t build your company, family or community.
Here’s where the art and science of coaching can help. Ready to help people become genuinely better at what they do? Ready to have significant impact? Ready to see better results than ever before?
Get ready for an unforgettable workshop of learning, laughing and building some new coaching muscles!
Value to Members:
In this fun and highly interactive workshop, participants will learn how coaching is different from other forms of leading and managing, and the key elements of coaching well.
They will learn and practice techniques that they will be able to use immediately themselves, as well as teach them to others on their team.
Everyone will leave with better coaching skills and better connection to each other.
5 Keys to the art and science of coaching:
- The coaching state
- Powerful questions
- Creating new possibilities
- Taking action
- Creating an accountability and feedback loop
As a certified executive coach, Vistage Master Chair, faculty member and speaker, Irina Baranov works with CEO’s, leaders and organizations – taking them from good to great. In her 1-on-1 work with the top 1%, as well as with groups and audiences around the world, she helps create awareness and lasting/meaningful change in how leaders communicate, and specifically in how they coach others to greatness.
In her workshops, keynote presentations and corporate training seminars, Irina delivers a blend of warmth, wisdom and humor. Her stories and exercises are designed to inspire insight, real learning and sustained action. Her expertise has been featured on CBS, NBC and ABC, as well as in numerous print and online publications.