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Leadership Coaching Scenarios

Recognition for High-Potentials: You are tasked with coaching high potential Emerging Leaders to make them even more likely to assume key leadership roles in the future. What processes do you use for assessment and coaching, and how do you find the time to implement such an undertaking?

Teaching Leaders how to Become Coaches: You are a leader struggling to build a team of "rock-stars." Your team members may be aligned, they may be engaged, or they may be neither. How do you stop being a directive and telling leader, and instead learn to coach your team members towards greater alignment and engagement?

Team Effectiveness: You have a key individual on your leadership team that is struggling with building a high-performing team. You've been asked to provide some coaching to that individual and the team in terms of how to work together more effectively. There are issues around how they communicate, how they make decisions, how they handle conflict and how they influence one another. How do you proceed?

Cross-Functional Teams: Your company has a critical department that needs to galvanize greater team productivity among diverse engineering and managerial personnel. How can you bring focus to the common objectives while streamlining and increasing the effectiveness of communications across the board?

Acquisition & Integration: You are managing two newly-merged corporate cultures which must begin to speak the same language after being thrust together in a time and mission critical project. How can you foster a working coalition between the cultures?

Influencing Customers: Your marketing vice president asks you to create awareness within their sales and marketing teams of the varied thinking preferences that exist so they can tailor their sales approach to the unique thinking and variety of current and potential customers in their industry. How do you respond?

New Leader Assimilation: A new leader has come into a critical position in the company. That person doesn’t have time to slowly assimilate into the role and the organization, but rather needs to hit the ground running. What process and tools do you use to assimilate that person and their team as quickly as possible so that their learning curve is as short as possible?

Psychological Profile Tools for Teambuilding: Your training effort needs to impart a very clear and simple 'language' that is both verbal and visual - and which can explain numerous issues at both personal and corporate levels in a way that can be used very effectively in team building. What instruments are at your disposal?

Leadership Effectiveness: You have a key leader in your organization who is struggling in their current role.  Internal coaches have not had the impact and/or the time to devote to prompting behavior change.  What is your next course of action?

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