Robert Burnside will help you envision a culture of coaching within your company, and how to leverage people’s desire to learn in order to build motivation, initiative, innovation and productivity.
In the 1950s Peter Drucker proposed a management revolution: a flatter, more inclusive approach, tapping the creative power of all levels of the organisation—in place of the entrenched command-and-control culture of the day. The idea caught on, as it made so much good sense. Hundreds of thought leaders and thousands of books elaborated on Drucker, and today, most successful corporations buy into his theory.
So why do many managers complain of disengagement, low motivation, high stress levels, or lack of entrepreneurial spirit? Why do many startups begin to crumble when professional management steps in? Why is it so difficult to execute on Drucker’s great theories? Because we don’t understand the key component of execution at every level—ourselves.
If you coach a person instead of telling him, he will know and trust himself, and you, sufficiently to take more ownership, make his own decisions, grow himself, and grow his results. He will build self-awareness. And if you cascade a culture of coaching through your company, you begin a growth of self-awareness through the organisation, and capture the magic ingredient of motivation, retention, and being a Great Place to Work: trust.
Robert, a full-time professional executive coach and trainer of coaches, will discuss:
• what a coaching culture looks like
• what coaching really means
• why it can benefit your company and you personally
• a simple low-risk how-to of getting started (without ever saying “roll-out”)
Date– Wednesday, 7 June 2017
Roppongi Hills Club- Club Studio
51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower,
6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku,
Tokyo, 106-6151 Japan