The Neuroscience of Coaching: Proven to increase productivity by up to 800%
Hosted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development on 2 February 2016, 6:30 - 8pm at De-Vere West One, London W1
Any manager who wants to inspire and motivate their team to achieve peak performance should develop effective coaching skills.
In this ever-popular seminar, international speaker and executive coach Tom Flatau will address the enormous success rates of utilising neuroscience and coaching in the workplace. You will enjoy lively role-play alongside Tom’s enlightening presentation that will enable you to use skills the minute you are back in the office.
Creating a ‘can-do’ attitude!
More and more businesses are ditching counterproductive and old-fashioned ‘telling’ methods in favour of more fruitful and dynamic coaching techniques. Why? Because coaching literally changes the way we think.
Through coaching we can abandon old habits, create and adhere to new habits, encourage positive thinking and development, explore new and more creative solutions safely, abolish blame cultures, increase ownership and accountability and boost productivity.
You will learn:
- The important role neuroscience has to play in today’s working environment.
- The fundamental differences between coaching and telling and the effect each method has in the workplace
- What makes a great coach?
- Why companies introduce coaching
- How to get the best from your employees
- How to help your employees to help themselves
- How to more than DOUBLE productivity in the workplace
- How to deliver performance reviews that motivate and get results
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You're in great company...
It was a very positive and constructive experience. Tom helped to change the behaviours and culture within the team. It increased positive communication, helped to build confidence, highlighted areas for development and eliminated false perceptions.”
Jo Carnie, Business Management Specialist, HSBC
‘Hugely insightful and relevant. The most impactful and exciting learning experience I have had in recent years. Neuroscience – understanding the why behind what we do – massively enhances our capacity to use our emotional intelligence for the benefit of ourselves and others’
Jane Palmer Williams, Louis Vuitton, UK
"The moments in which we change direction often feel like crises. I was fortunate enough to have access to coaching at one of these points. It helped me think about the issues I was facing in the context of my goals. As a result, I felt that I had got my life back in control, with a better balance. "
Vic Hansen, IT Architecture Director, Unilever
"Over the last 6 months our business has gone up exponentially - by 40% compared to the previous 6 months! TWI understood our needs, understood us and all that was important to us"
Terry Woodley, Managing Director, Acoulite