Improve your marketability as a leadership coach to Christian and secular leaders by increasing their self-awareness (EQ) and change management skills.
John Kotter, Harvard Business School professor and best-selling author of Leading Change, insists that today’s leaders must constantly monitor, manage and lead change in the marketplace. This is as true for ministry leaders as it is for business and government leaders. To be “Built to Last”, leaders must create organizations that are “Built to Change”.
Key to adapting within the constantly changing marketplace is a tremendous degree of self-awareness and self-management on the part of leaders. This 10-hour teleclass around leadership coaching is a learning community for those who want to coach leaders by helping them increase their personal self-awareness.
An in-class personality assessment combined with two outstanding texts on 21st century leadership, case studies, and coaching techniques will help you develop the skills you will need to coach leaders to attain their objectives. Classroom discussions bring the material to life and increase your confidence to coach effectively in an organizational setting, whether secular or faith-based.
This is a critical class for anyone seeking to effectively coach leaders in industry and ministry. The instructor, Fran LaMattina, is a highly sought-after Master Certified Coach who serves on contract to the core staff of the 3rd largest church in the U.S. (Andy Stanley’s North Point Community in Atlanta) and formerly held leadership positions inside a Fortune 500 company and as Vice President of Marketing for renowned Christian financial services firm Ronald Blue & Co.
Upcoming Class Dates
TIME: 5:00 – 6:00 PM ET
DATES: September 5 – November 7, 2017
INSTRUCTOR: Fran LaMattina, MCC
Coaching Leaders: Guiding People Who Guide Others
by Daniel White and Marshall Goldsmith