Leaders as Coaches

Empowering Leaders with the skills and processes to be coaches to their teams



At the end of this Program, your managers will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of coaching as part of their leadership role
  • Understand the competencies required for coaching demonstrate the skills of coaching
  • Practice the skills of coaching

  • Who Should Attend

    Middle level and senior level managers

  • Duration

    3 Days

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What goes into the Leaders as Coaches Program?

The International Coach Federation (ICF) adheres to a form of coaching that honors the Coachee as the expert in his/her life and work and believes that every coachee is creative, resourceful, and whole (Empowerment/Identity). At Pragati Leadership, all of our coaching programs fully subscribe to ICF’s core competencies. The same applies to this program as well. In keeping with this context, you can expect your managers to transform in more ways than one.

After this program, they are likely to:

  • Enhance their personal and professional potential
  • Expand their work-context to consider their whole persona and the organization
  • Work from core values
  • Remain available, all the time, without feeling compromised
  • Constantly look to connect short term plans to longer term strategies
  • Seek balance in everything they do
  • Promote a workable, sustainable future

Case Studies for this Program

Case Study in the Manufacturing Sector

This company in the manufacturing sector was seeking to enhance the people development competencies of senior managers, and equip them with the skills required to coach and develop team members. After a talent review, development needs were identified in the areas of leadership essentials transitioning from being ‘First Time Managers’ to people managers, and people development in knowledge, skills and attitude.

Case Study in the IT / ITES Sector

Pragati Leadership had earlier conducted a two-day mentoring skills workshop for the senior management personnel to equip them with the required knowledge and skills for mentoring.

The client had not defined or identified a mentoring process within the organization, neither had they identified mentees for the trained mentors leading to a situation where there were no forums for the application of the skill learnt.

Case Study in the Services Sector

For learning and development managers from the service industry, this program was designed to facilitate the usage of coaching as a managerial tool and equip them with powerful questioning and listening skills.

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