Conversations are the only connection between leaders and stakeholders. Let us alter conversations to alter relationships. This one-day coach workshop
is an award-winning program by executive coach Mr. Hari who has influenced thousands of leaders by transforming their leadership conversation.Who Should Attend?
Any mid-level and senior level managers who manage large number of stakeholders are the right audience for this workshop.Testimonial''As a professional in the IT Services space, I found the Coach Workshop on 'Mastering Communication Skills' very useful. The course introduced me to several new ideas and skills which have changed my perspective on communication. Post the workshop I have seen an improvement in my communication experience in general, whether it is with customers, teams or in my personal life. I would recommend this course to anyone who has communication as an important aspect of their life or work.''
- C. Aditya (Business Consulting Group, ITC Infotech)Outcome of this Coach Workshop-
Ability to create powerful and meaningful conversation with your stakeholders such that you receive support, cooperation and buy-in.-
Ability to connect, influence and obtain commitment by building effective questions and being an active listener.-
Ability to establish deep conversations by breaking the barriers of hierarchy, culture, gender, etc.-
Specifically get coached on one or two areas around your communication goalsUniqueness of this Coach Workshop-
Workshop is delivered by a certified corporate coach-
Engagement involves professional assessment before workshop to identify goals and issues around communication.-
Workshop involves 50% hands on practice that enables you to be great communicates on the job.-
Engagement involves one on one coaching post-workshop on a mutually agreed schedule with Coach to work on specific goal around communication. This creates permanent positive change.
Topics CoveredEffective Questioning Skills
Your clients, vendors, peers, subordinates and senior management professionals do not always give you all details that you need. It requires artful questioning skills to gather inputs and data without coming across as interrogatory. This area focuses on how we can effectively build questions without offending the other person irrespective of his or her position and authority held.
Active Listening Skills
Many at times leaders do not realize the importance of listening to their peers, subordinates and other stakeholders. Active Listening is a great practice where one listens to understand and not just to respond. This technique requires thelistener to affirm what they hear, by way of re-stating or paraphrasing what has just been said. Moreover this helps in engaging in a deeper conversation, which is more beneficial than a superficial one.Being Non-Judgmental
As humans we are subconsciously judgmental. Inevitably this decides the context (or) perception of any conversation. In other words this either creates a possibility or kills a possibility. You shall be mastering certain techniques that would enable you to be non-judgmental in your conversations. As also to create an empowering context that forms the basis of effective communication. Conducting Meaningful Meetings
Numerous surveys point that new age leaders are spending most of their productive hours in conducting (or) attending meetings. However, worrying part is that many do feel they waste whole lot of time and effort as it turns out to be not engaging, not meaningful, not progressive and not relevant. This part of workshop focuses on altering those behaviors that could lead to short, meaningful and progressive meetings.