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Leadership Coaching through Turbulent Times: Playing with eFIRE

Queensland University of Technology, , Prof. Geoffrey Abbott 0.0 ( Reviews) Students Enrolled

Updated On 02 Feb, 19

Overview

Use eFIRE, a coaching mindset and methodology, to make better leadership decisions in the face of a complex and challenging world.

Course Description

Enhance your leadership impact with eFIRE, a new methodology for coaching.

In today’s complex and uncertain world, how can you use coaching and mentoring to untangle messy problems and find solutions that will help you – and your staff – to survive as well as thrive? What strategies can help you to enhance the potentials and overcome the pitfalls of the leader-as-coach?

This online course will show you how to apply eFIRE, a unique coaching model, to increase your impact as a leader, reflect on your experiences and receive peer feedback. You’ll explore a variety of coaching cultures through vignettes and the lens of leaders who are experiencing challenges with staff.

This course is aimed at executives, consultants and human resource professionals, with a global mindset, who seek to sharpen their leadership practice through coaching and mentoring, and possibly become coaching champions in their organisations.

Ideally, you would have significant professional knowledge of business (in the corporate, government or not-for-profit sectors), as well as full-time, post-degree, professional, supervisory or managerial experience.

You do not need prior coaching or mentoring experience to take part.

What you will learn

Apply the eFIRE coaching model in leadership conversations,Discuss approaches to coaching when applied to leadership practice and development,Identify strategies to enhance the potentials and overcome the pitfalls of the leader-as-coach

Pre-Requesities

This course is aimed at executives, consultants and human resource professionals, with a global mindset, who seek to sharpen their leadership practice through coaching and mentoring, and possibly become coaching champions in their organisations.

Ideally, you would have significant professional knowledge of business (in the corporate, government or not-for-profit sectors), as well as full-time, post-degree, professional, supervisory or managerial experience.

You do not need prior coaching or mentoring experience to take part.

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