Coaching leaders


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This presentation unlocks the secrets to coaching leaders. Strong, competent leaders are needed now more than ever. Effective leadership manages one's own productivity and they provide clear objectives with team-building, delegation and giving recognition to others so their personal development is enriched.

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  • This presentation was inspired Guerrilla Marketing Handbook.
  • Delegation – finding the right person for the jobBuilding Retention – getting customers or volunteers for the long-runCreating a Team – establishing teamwork Getting Tasks Accomplished – setting prioritiesBack-Up/Emergency/Contingency Plans – know what can go wrong and have a plan to overcome obstaclesGoal Oriented – have an end-in-mind to the big picture while monitoring progress as tasks are completed
  • Guidelines for Participation – Rules for the GameCompensate for Shortcomings – Reallocate ResourcesPreparation for Obstacles – Contingency PlansDirection and Authority – People want to follow this leader“Can-Do” Challenge Master – Creating team spiritGet Important and Urgent Tasks Done – Franklin Covey 7 HabitsLeaders know when unimportant and non-urgent tasks are expected.
  • Leaders also need a coach. They acquire skill as a leader by being receptive to the coaching world.Entrepreneurs work harder for business success than ever before. They plan to maximize personal financial goals with maximized profits from reliable products, a good distribution vehicle and marketing resources to make it happen. If you start off lean and green, you might to narrow your focus to one thing you do best.
  • Strategic planning is a primary role for the leader. If things don’t go as planned, the leader still needs to be perceived as a strong entity that brings solutions together. Leaders are not just found in the workplace, they are also responsible for a home life that people aspire to witness.
  • Every company needs to have a unique selling proposition. Having a focus group to make decisions about your USP can be a valuable measure of knowing what consumers want. This can be tested with a survey to customers after the sale. From that you’ll want to clarify the demographics of your consumers and understand the value-expectation from a specific price point objective.
  • Improving cash flow can occur with cut-backs or increasing sales. A leader is able to demonstrate which approach works best. They learn to research alternative options that yield the same results. If you working with a leader, but you have confidential information shared, you want to trust the leader to regard privacy. Leaders set clear expectations, even writing down and clarifying to remove objections or obstacles for the project. It is imperative to set realistic goals so people are motivated. Leaders can achieve goals with good time management and money handling skills.
  • Our presentations are downloaded on the in a PDF file. These presentations are a resource for BEConnects, a membership based networking group that focuses on small business concerns as a leadership development skill component. If you have questions about this material, contact Sonja Onthank of OMG! – Onthank Marketing Group in Portland Oregon at 503-975-3684.
  • Coaching leaders

    1. 1. Business Exchange Empowered<br />Coaching Leaders<br />Unlock the secrets to mentoring & coaching leaders<br />BEConnects.COM<br />
    2. 2. Leadership Qualities<br />Delegation<br />Building Retention<br />Creating a Team<br />Getting Tasks Accomplished<br />Back-Up/Emergency/Contingency Plans<br />Goal Oriented<br />
    3. 3. Reasons for leadership<br />Guidelines for Participation<br />Compensate for Shortcomings <br />Preparation for Obstacles<br />Direction and Authority<br />“Can-Do” Challenge Master<br />Get Important and Urgent Tasks Done <br />Leaders know when unimportant and non-urgent tasks are expected.<br />
    4. 4. How leaders get coached<br />Find a mentor who challenges you<br />Determine what habits you want to develop<br />Learn from great leaders of the past<br />Coach for strategic alliances<br />Coach to monitor results<br />Coach to encourage the growth process<br />Coach to affirm the goals of the leader<br />
    5. 5. How leaders are accessed<br />Employment Choices (Career Elections)<br />Projects Selected (Accomplishments)<br />Testimonies (Partnerships)<br />Recognition (Shares Acknowledgement)<br />Teach by Example (Mentors Others)<br />Take Responsibility … even when things don’t go as planned<br />
    6. 6. Leaders don’t comprise integrity<br />Flexible<br />Open to Suggestions<br />Compromising / Negotiation Skills<br />Ability to See Talent in Others<br />Finds Resources <br />Delegates Effectively<br />Collaborates with Outside Resources <br />
    7. 7. Leaders are problem solvers<br />Calculate Potential Problems<br />Learn Alternative Options<br />Confidentiality Respected<br />Sets Clear Expectations<br />Time Saver<br />Money Generator<br />Can Solve Interpersonal Conflicts<br />
    8. 8. Coaching the leader<br />STOP – CHALLENGE – CHOICE (Overcome Unhealthy Habits)<br />RESEARCH – PLAN – EVOLVE (Develop Strategic Goals)<br />LOG (TIME/MONEY) – ASSESS – MEASURE (Monitor Goals)<br />VISIONARY PROJECTIONS (Focus on Highest Priorities and Why It Is Important)<br />
    9. 9. Presentation summary<br />Leadership Talents & Expectations<br />What Coaches Focus On Achieving<br />Core Characteristics to Develop<br />Tactics Used for Coaches<br />Developing a Personal “Leader” Image <br /> Working with People Effectively<br />© 2011<br />BEConnects LLC<br />