Feb 17, 2022
As Joanna is working more and more with introverted managers and leaders, Flourishing Introverts introduces a series of episodes devoted to leadership and management, and how as introverts, we need to approach those everyday responsibilities a little bit differently. Each week your host will explore a topic that challenges introverts, identify the root of any issues, and offer some potential options and solutions.
Following previous discussions about feedback and delegation, in this episode, Joanna discusses the role of a coach and the advantages and disadvantages our natural talents as introverts lend to coaching moments. From the three different coaching styles to the common traps we may fall into, tune in as Joanna shares her tips to successful coaching in the corporate space and beyond.
- Why is coaching such an important skill?
- Coaching as a manager versus coaching as a profession
- The common trap most coaches fall into
- How coaching is a reciprocal process
- Directive, non-directive, and situational coaching
- Know when to ask and when to give it a rest
PRODUCTS / RESOURCES:
Email your suggested topics for the Introverted Leader Series to Joanna@flourishingintroverts.com
What Type of Introvert are you? Find out by taking this quiz: yourintroverttype.co.uk/
Visit Joanna’s website here: flourishingintroverts.com/
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