Coaching in Everyday Life:

How to Build Trust, Solve Problems

and Inspire Action

If professionals are paid to think, then shouldn't leadership development programs prepare managers to help people think better?

 

Some of the most powerful opportunities for coaching conversations happen in the course everyday work life. And what we say in those moments can make the difference between a long, dramatic, detailed conversation about what went wrong and whose fault it was—

 

Or seeing light bulbs ignite go off and getting our colleagues (or loved ones) moving in the right direction in record time. 

 

In this training, managers learn how to apply the latest findings out of the behavioral sciences to help others:

  • Come up with novel solutions 

  • Feel ownership over their development

  • Set goals and develop new habits that support learning and growth

  • Resolve conflict 

  • Give brain-friendly performance feedback

Johanna

Program Manager at Ellevate Network

Jenn taught us how to take a coaching approach to our communication as a manager, and it made *so much sense.* Loved her presentation and looking forward to having this training as a resource for our members.

Claude

Executive Vice President and Corporate Head of Customer Experience at Citizens Financial Group / Citizens Bank

Jennifer's training is always creative, relevant and engaging. She is relentless in her pursuit of getting results and delivering the most thoughtful, polished solutions to her clients. She knows how to address any situation from all angles and always incorporates the freshest, most well-rounded ideas.

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New York, NY 10006

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jennifer@jenniferfarrer.com

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