LIANZA LEADERS AS COACHES - DEVELOPING PEOPLE AND PERFORMANCE
Monday February 15, 2021 12.30-3.30pm
Adapting leadership practices during 2020 has been essential to deal with unexpected challenges faced in libraries, and whare taonga. LIANZA invites you to join two online, interactive workshops in early 2021. Work with colleagues from across the library and information sector who experience similar challenges. Refresh your skills and approach ready for 2021.
LIANZA offered a very successful workshop series with Aly McNicoll in June and July during the ‘lockdown’. The first workshop focused on leading and coaching virtually and received positive feedback.
“Would definitely recommend workshop to others. I really appreciated how techniques were modelled throughout the workshop and complemented by breakout work in rooms and the handouts”.
"I would definitely recommend this workshop to a friend or colleague who wants to develop a better understanding of coaching people through fixing their own problems."
These workshops are for anyone in any ‘leadership’ position in their organisation.
Leaders as Coaches – developing people and performance
Imagine if you could have every leader in your organisation thinking and acting like a natural coach. These practical workshop provides the tools and skills leaders need to adopt a coaching mindset and develop people and performance through one-to-one coaching. It will help you avoid the common pitfalls when coaching and offers simple tools that enable you to take a coaching approach to the wide range of conversations you have in the course of their day, week or year including those where you need to ask people to do things differently.
You will learn new skills, work through scenarios with colleagues and share your successes and challenges.
Workshop One: Leaders as Coaches
Monday February 15, 2021 12.30-3.30pm
This live, virtual workshops will cover:
The Coaching Mindset
- Learn to think and act like a natural coach
- Coaching leadership and creating cultures of accountability
- It’s all about engagement – the eight elements
Leading through change and complexity
- Growing teams – harnessing the learning from lockdown and finding new ways of working
- Coaching defined
- How to avoid the eight common pitfalls when coaching
- SEVEN SIMPLE skills that make the most difference
- A four-step tool for coaching conversations
- Using the power of positive feedback
B Ed (Adult Ed. & Training), Cert. Training and Development, MNZATD
Aly has been involved with coaching and mentoring in New Zealand and Australia for the last 12 years with a particular interest in training. She has refined techniques for both introducing coaching as a skill set and promoting learning as a way of being in teams and organisations.
Aly is a regular presenter at international conferences, including the American Society for Training and Development Conference and European Mentoring & Coaching Council Conference where her specialist skills in peer learning techniques have led to her spending increasing proportions of her time working with clients in Australia, the UK and the USA. Aly is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and an international associate of Clutterbuck Associates (UK).
Prior to her corporate training role, Aly has led leadership and management programmes at Unitec Institute of Technology where she also spent four years training tutors in the staff development unit. She was a senior lecturer in not-for profit management for many years and is also a qualified counsellor. She frequently offers workshops for associations and not-for-profits through Volunteer Wellington, which is where we ‘found her’ ! Aly lead the LIANZA Lead Coach and Connect workshop series in 2020 and has provided governance advice to LIANZA Council.
Event Terms & Conditions
Terms and Conditions
All payments need to be received two weeks before the event.
If you have registered and paid but are unable to attend then you are welcome to substitute someone to take your place. Please contact us with the new attendees name and details as soon as possible. You can make substitutions up until one week prior to the workshop.
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