Often times, the main thing standing in the way of initiating coaching is not knowing a starting point. How do you begin the process of coaching your employees on a tailored basis, instead of a blanket approach? Using SWOT based coaching, which stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, you will be able to begin coaching your employees authentically and in a targeted manner.
SWOT based coaching is a very unique approach to coaching employees and can provide an apparatus to leverage strengths and successfully and strategically address weaknesses. This webcast will teach a very thoughtful conversation model you can utilize to address weaknesses while leveraging strengths and building awareness of opportunities and the need to mitigate risks.
Sounds simple, right? That's because it is. Coaching, to be quite frank, is really not that difficult. The hardest step in the coaching process is opening the door to new possibilities. Having difficult, and sometimes awkward, conversations is something that we are brought up to avoid in this society. Once that leap is made between initiating and engaging, the coaching possibilities flood through.
Interested in implementing SWOT based coaching into your work environment, but are still wanting more information? Attend our free webinar, where I'll go into even more detail, providing specific examples that truly demonstrate SWOT based coaching's effectiveness.