Coaching Leadership and Creativity
Coaching has been one of the most significant developments in leadership and management practice in the last thirty years. Evered pointed out a paradigm in which ‘the process of creating an organizational culture for coaching becomes the core managerial activity’, and where coaching is viewed ‘not as a subset of the field of management, but rather as the heart of management’. Increasingly, organizations are beginning to embrace a new management culture based on inclusion, involvement and participation, rather than on the traditional command, control and compliance paradigm.
As more and more organizations use coaching as their way to lead people, it is important to study the characteristics of coaching culture in management styles more deeply.
This course provides a framework for leadership coaching, coaching culture and coaching in management and describes two models: first, the “Coaching Culture Characteristics in Leadership Style” model (3C model) to evaluate the characteristics of the coaching culture in the leadership style of organizations.
The model describes four phases for achieving a coaching culture. The second model “Leaders Impact on Culture” (LIC model) describes how the three levels; leader impact, relationship orientation in team and task/change orientation are interconnected.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to understand
- Approaches to coaching
- Leadership coaching approaches
- Coaching creativity
- And many more.
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COACHING
SECTION 2: COACHING APPROACHES IN LEADERSHIP AND CREATIVITY