Sindhu was driven to tears, but at the end of what seemed to her like an ordeal, she did scream, standing alone in the middle of the court.
His reason: She was a quiet person. To dominate the world of badminton she needed to embrace aggression.
Gopichand knew what was needed to take his protégé to the Olympic level. He challenged her identity to make her a champion.
Leaders who own their role of a coach hold the power to change their people into Olympians of worth by the process of asking powerful questions, listening, reflecting and encouraging.
Our “Leader as a Coach” programme uses a highly interactive learning experience to help leaders learn how to coach effectively with the intent of developing their direct reports.
What makes our program effective?
Seeding the concept that Coaching is the Leaders role
Models & Techniques mastery
Hand on / Practical scenario based learning
Multiple video recorded practice sessions