A recent survey by the HR magazine ManagerSeminare (MS228) shows that having coaching skills is indispensable for managers because:
- Today, leadership primarily means supporting staff in learning and change processes (62% of respondents)
- Staff are the most effective and motivated when they find their own way (42%)
- It ist he best approach of developing and retaining staff (36%).
When adding coaching skills to their leadership toolboxes, leaders often can only choose between two extremes: the short two-day training course on ‘the leader as coach’ and the extensive ‘one-year programme to become a professional coach’. What is missing is a programme that develops the capacity to self-reflect and focuses on the application in the professional environment of the leader.
This gap is closed by Henley Business School Germany with the Professional Certificate in Coaching: within seven days, spread over three workshops, the participants get to know themselves better, learn the foundations of coaching and practice them in the programme and their professional environment.
Learn more about the Professional Certificate in Coaching at one of our information events: