While coaching programs and workshops can be customized to your unique needs, organization and goals, most include a great deal of inner work, building an understanding of what truly motivates others, bringing your whole self forward, and of course, building your toolbox of strategies to create a leadership approach that is highly adaptable.
You should expect to learn – through guidance, discussion and practice – how to have difficult conversations, be authentic in how you lead, look out for (and create) mutually beneficial agreements, develop a growth mindset and inspire one in others, and approach people as humans with unique strengths and inner experiences.
You will also get familiar with mental models and BATNAs (best alternative to a negotiated agreement), practice aligning your personal values with organizational values, and understand how to embody those values through your actions and decisions, and get your team to embody them as well.
A core theme of leadership coaching is emotional mastery. This is something you will have the opportunity to develop at every step of the way. When you achieve emotional mastery, you’re able to focus on the impact you want to have vs. the impact you are having, and embrace unconditional responsibility and full self-acceptance.