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Leader as Coach

Unlocking potential, progress and performance

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LEADING with a coaching approach

Leader as Coach, is a two day programme for leaders who wish to help their teams become more creative, effective and fulfilled at work.

This short programme is rooted in Integral theory, and part of a suite of leadership programmes designed in collaboration with the Centre for Coaching at the University of Capetown Graduate School of Business and also of developmental coach training in partnership with New Ventures West, the home of Integral Coaching in San Francisco, USA since 1987.

Green Hills

Who will benefit from this course?

Executives, managers or emerging leaders who wish to understand the fundamentals of coaching and unlock potential, progress and performance in themselves and others

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What will I learn from this course?

Key learnings from Leader as Coach:

Understanding the key differences between coaching and other interactions

Recognising when coaching is an appropriate leadership approach

Conducting coaching conversations that cultivate mutual respect and trust

Listening, questioning and summarising in a way that is generative

Structuring a coaching conversation

Participating in Coaching Circles as an action-learning approach to practice

The Programme Details

Workshop Fee - Special Introductory Offer: S$1,500

S$800

Location: 42 Andrew Road, Singapore 

The programme fees are payable in full before it starts.

About the Facilitator

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Sue Adams

Sue is an experienced Professional Certified Coach, certified by the International Coaching Federation and has taught coaching and mentored and supervised coaches for the last 12 years. She is also a trained facilitator designs and facilitates learning and development experiences.

 

Prior to founding Bamboo Being in 2007, Sue had a 20 year career first as a lawyer and then regional manager and ultimately MD in the TV industry leading a large cross-cultural team across seven Asian offices.

 

She was a board member for several Pearson and Bertelsmann Asian subsidiaries and continues to serve on the boards and advisory boards of nonprofit and for-profit enterprises and is a certified Advisory Board chair.

 

Sue has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University and an MBA from INSEAD. She is qualified as a lawyer in the UK and a Mediator in Singapore.

 

Her coach training includes certification training in Coaching for Results, Integral Coaching, Positive Organisational Psychology and Coaching Supervision.

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