This Developmental Coaching process is a structured, open-ended, and pragmatic approach to personal and professional growth. The process is designed to help individuals develop the attitudes, skills, and qualities necessary for personal and organizational leadership.
Three Essential Elements
- Attitude Development: In order to create an environment of positive attitudes and possibility thinking, it is important for a leader to understand where and how attitudes are formed and how those attitudes can be developed.
- Interpersonal Skills: Much of what a leader is involved in, and therefore accomplishes, involves other people. To be effective in this continuous challenge, it is important to learn, understand, and use interpersonal skills effectively
- Goal Setting: Leadership, among other things, is the process of providing organizational direction and accomplishing necessary objectives. The goal accomplishment model provides the tools and process necessary to achieve more goals, more often, in order to maximize results and outcomes.
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