Coaching within business can take many forms, and we’re often most familiar with it when it comes to executive coaching. But managerial coaching can help unlock success at new levels within your business.
Sometimes described as “leader-as-coach” behaviors, managerial coaching refers to when managers or leaders use coaching as a managerial skill. In the changing world of work, inclusion, psychological safety, and employee engagement have become more important in the workplace. Because of this, more organizations are expecting their managers to adopt a coaching approach when they lead. But how realistic is it to expect managers to coach effectively?
Managerial coaching is challenging for two reasons. First, while executive coaches go through months of training to acquire coaching skills, managers rarely have the same luxury. Second, the manager–report relationship is much more complicated than the executive coach–client relationship. Executive coaches usually sit outside the organization (external coaches), but managers are coaching employees who report directly to them. This adds to the difficulty of managerial coaching. At the same time, managerial coaching has many benefits. Studies have shown managerial coaching can help increase employee engagement, well-being, and job performance.
Learn More about the Free Workshops by Attending Info Sessions on June 9, 10, and 17! Details Below
GoConnect readers who would like to learn managerial coaching skills free of charge are invited to join Masa Matsumoto’s training sessions. Born in California and raised in Tokyo and Massachusetts, Masa is bilingual (English/Japanese), has a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Tsukuba, an MBA from McGill University, and is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certified Coach. He works in human resources at a multinational medical technology company, where he is responsible for the leadership development of managers. He also runs a small side business, L&D Consulting, that provides leadership development consulting to clients in Tokyo.
Masa is currently getting his MSc in organizational psychology at Birkbeck, University of London, and is offering the training sessions as part of his research for his degree. The training sessions will be held from late June to early July.
If you’re interested in learning more, you can sign up for an info session on June 9, 10, or 17 by filling out the form here: https://forms.gle/E1v8LQHyf6wnihoa8
And if you’re already sure that you’d like to participate in the training, you can register here: https://forms.gle/gN7YbcUdzXrHhtW67
Finally, for additional details, or to find out how you can implement managerial coaching at your organization, you can contact Masa directly: email@example.com
日本語実施での研修に参加希望の方はこちらからご応募ください。For those who wish to participate in the training in Japanese, please register here: https://forms.gle/kN4M4cPRu6zSPsxE8