Leadership 3 leading by coaching

Coaching is the opposite of micro management. Let go and dare to trust that your team can handle the task at hand.

Course description:

The coaching method gives you more time to manage and your employees exoerience a greater level of responsibility and freedom at work. You lead with questioning techniques, feedback and motivation. During the course, you will have the opportunity to practice the methods through roleplays and ensure that it is immediately useful upon completion of the course.

Target group:

Established leaders who are already secure in their role and want to develop their coaching skills.


Basic leadership training and practical experience as a manager or leader.


Preparations before the course, feasibility study, energetic lectures supported by slide shows, handouts for your records, discussions, group work and role playing.

Course documents available for download to iPad or computer:

  • Comprehensive course documentation with slides, checklists, templates and exercises.
  • Literature: A Manager’s Guide to Coaching: Simple and Effective Ways to Get the Best From Your Employees (Kindle Edition – Mar 2, 2008, the Kindle eBook), Anne Loehr and Brian Emerson.
  • Diploma obtained after completed training.


  • Coaching as a management tool.
  • Corporate culture.
  • Do you have the right attitude to coaching?
  • The necessary skills.
  • Good communication.
  • Vision, strategy and goals.
  • Delegation.
  • Excitement.
  • Challenge.
  • Entrepreneurs.
  • Feedback.
  • Liability issues in coaching.
  • Coaching step by step
  • How does it work in real life
  • Active listening.
  • Question Technique.
  • Role play.
  • Improve performance through coaching.
  • Apply coaching in performance reviews / difficult conversations.
  • Facilitation.