I introduced The Simple Coaching Model publicly, and for the first time, as part of delivering the “Effective Yet Effortless Coaching” session. The session was held at Shopify. I presented for an audience of more than 100 people. The audience consisted of Team Leads, Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters and Project Managers.
Please head to my post on “The Simple Coaching Model” on my blog to learn more about the model and the session itself.
|Audience at Effective yet Effortless Coaching Session, Just before the Talk|
I have included some of the tweets from the session below. You can also learn more about the session through the comments and discussions on the event page.
— Mo Dezyanian (@dshm) January 31, 2017
— UpSpark (@UpSparkca) February 1, 2017
— Shawn Button (@shawnbut) February 1, 2017
Terrific #TeamLeadTO #meetup @shopify tonight. Thanks @sheidaei for keeping us engaged in practicing Effective but Effortless #Coaching!
— Adam Lomas (@adalo) February 1, 2017
The followings are the description, objectives, and outcomes of the talk.
- What is coaching about?
- How can coaching help me in my professional life?
- How effortlessly can I learn coaching skills?
- How can I get more effective at coaching?
- How can coaching help my leadership style?
Are those questions familiar to you? If so, please join me for the “Effective Yet Effortless Coaching” session. In this session, I will show you how effortlessly you can start to coach a person, and how by practicing simple techniques you can become a more effective coach.
Great Leadership entails many skill sets, one of them coaching. One cannot become a great leader without having coaching skills in his/her toolkit.
In this session, you will learn a simple yet effective coaching framework which you can integrate with your leadership style. You’ll get introduced to a coaching style that you can easily learn, inherit, make it your own and build upon that. A style that you can utilize it for short elevator ride conversations to hours long sessions.