COACH APPROACH

Create A Coaching Culture In Your Small Business

Thursday:  Sept 15, 22 Oct 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov 3, 10, 17
at   12-12:45pm PT | 1-1:45pm MT | 2-2:45pm CT | 3-3:45pm ET

  • Imagine… your team members taking initiative, thinking on their own, engaging in creative problem-solving, making decisions and taking action in alignment with your Immutable Laws, while serving the highest interest of your top clients and customers, team members and strategic objectives
  • Imagine team members at all levels engaging in open, honest, supportive communication with one another
  • Imagine team members routinely giving supportive and critical feedback to one another.
  • Imagine teams working in harmony to achieve high goals.
    Imagine… a coaching culture.
  • A coaching culture is about delivering results, continuously striving to improve performance, holding accountability for actions and decisions, and tapping into one another’s potential to achieve extraordinary outcomes.
  • A strong culture increases net income 765% over 10 years, according to a Harvard study of more than 200 companies.
  • Dr. Sabrina Starling brings her years of teaching coaching skills to support your team and you in creating and thriving within a coaching culture.
  • A coaching culture is about delivering results, continuously striving to improve performance, holding accountability for actions and decisions, and tapping into one another’s potential to achieve extraordinary outcomes.
  • A strong culture increases net income 765% over 10 years, according to a Harvard study of more than 200 companies.
  • Dr. Sabrina Starling brings her years of teaching coaching skills to support your team and you in creating and thriving within a coaching culture.

HERE IS AN OVERVIEW OF THE TOPICS COVERED IN COACH APPROACH

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What is coaching?

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Who is coachable?

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When should you coach and when should you do something else instead?

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How do you manage your ‘hooks’?

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How to manage judgmental thinking (the biggest roadblock to effective coaching)

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Applying the Choice Map™ in day-to-day conversations

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Holding accountability and creating a high performance culture

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How to coach weaknesses and ‘Achilles Heels’ so that these do not undermine performance and team goals.

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How to engage and leverage the strengths of team members to tap their full potential.

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How to use coaching skills to improve communication with customers, team members, direct reports and your supervisor.

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Coaching when the stakes are high. How to integrate coaching skills into crucial conversations for better outcomes.

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The bigger picture…coaching dreams and goals to fully engage team members and drive loyalty.

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PLUS…lots of opportunities to practice new skills and receive feedback in a highly supportive setting.

What Return on Investment Can I Expect?

Here Are Participant Responses We Received At The Completion Of The last Coach Approach Session:

“It’s hard to put a dollar figure on it but it has the potential to be limitless.”

“By knowing to switch into a learner mode and asking more questions, there is less jumping to conclusions, I am getting the facts. This is allowing situations to be solved in a more efficient manner. I am also better able to help coworkers solve problems for themselves.”
“Coach Approach causes colleagues to grow and understand what they are doing and why. Coaching will prevent the team from continuing to come to me with the questions. This will create more value to our clients by freeing up more of my time to be able to provide additional services or value.”
“I am asking myself better questions to be the best possible ‘me' when interacting with others. This is especially true with my spouse, whom, may suffer the brunt of dealing with the worst possible ‘me’.”
“I am definitely learning to spot when I am going into judger mode and what triggers me into that. I also am using the switching questions to get me back on track. In meetings and in conversations, I am working to ask more questions rather than just give advice.”
“I am trying to keep in mind that I need to be asking questions when talking one-on-one with an employee about something. I find that I rush through conversations without stopping to think about something when I really should be. I think asking questions and listening attentively will really help with that for myself and for the employee to realize that I truly am interested in what they have to say.”
“Coach Approach has helped take off the pressure of having to know all of the answers and realize that having the answers does not help the growth of those you manage. I am actively trying to ask questions as opposed to provide answers. This is causing the team to think for themselves as well as prevent me from being the bottleneck. I must say it is a challenge but I can see that it will be worth it in the end.”

REGISTRATION IN COACH APPROACH INCLUDES

9 Video Clinics

Participants watch at their convenience

9 Live Online Clinics

(45 Minutes)

Each clinic includes a Practice Lab to try out your skills. Clinics are recorded for easy access if a session is missed.

  • Change Your Questions, Change Your Life by Dr. Marilee Adams
  • The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

Who Should Participate?

Business Owners AND Team Members with Leadership Potential*

*Leadership Bootcamp is a prerequisite for your team members to participate in Coach Approach training.  Business owners do not have to take Leadership Bootcamp to take Coach Approach training.

…Priceless!

When I am looking at skills I want our leaders to master, the Coach Approach is priceless. Going through your Coach Approach program was one of the best things I’ve ever done. I went through it twice.”

Jeff McMenamy

Owner, Teton Therapy

Your Investment

Save $100 Per Registration When Signing Up 2 Or More Team Members.
Enter Code CASAVE100 At Checkout.

Registration

$2800

Registration closes Friday, Sept 10th

Dates and times for Coach Approach:

Thursday:  Sept 15, 22 Oct 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov 3, 10, 17
at   12-12:45pm PT | 1-1:45pm MT | 2-2:45pm CT | 3-3:45pm ET

Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Sabrina Starling, The Business Psychologist™ and author of the How to Hire the Best series is the founder of Tap the Potential. At Tap the Potential, we work to free business owners from the constant demands of a growing business. We believe work supports life, not the other way around. Clients in our Better Business, Better Life™ coaching program have more time and more money than they’ve ever had before. Next, we send them off on a 4 Week Vacation™ to celebrate their hard-earned journey to Get Their Life Back!

Never one to accept status quo or back down from a challenge, Dr. Sabrina’s How to Hire the Best series grew from her desire to solve the toughest hiring challenges interfering with her clients’ growth and profitability. What sprang from her experience working with entrepreneurs in rural areas catapulted her into becoming the world’s leading expert in attracting top talent in small businesses — no matter what hiring challenges those businesses are facing — and earned Tap the Potential’s reputation as the go-to resource for entrepreneurs committed to creating Great Places to Work with thriving coaching cultures and highly engaged team members working from strengths.

Her newest book (Nov 2020), How to Hire the Best: The Entrepreneur’s Ultimate Guide to Attracting Top Performing Employees is truly the mothership book of the series, catering to ALL entrepreneurs in every industry. From decades of work and research, Dr. Sabrina shares crucial hiring strategies to transform small businesses everywhere AND improve personal lives.

As The Business Psychologist™, and with her years of driving profit in small businesses, Dr. Sabrina knows what it takes to find, keep, and motivate exceptional performance out of an owner’s biggest investment—team members.

Her last book, How to Hire the Best: The Contractor’s Ultimate Guide to Attracting Top Performing Employees, was an International Best Seller on Amazon!

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