Coaching as a Management Competency

How a Coaching Approach can Bridge the Gap

Imagine having the tools to build resilient workplaces wherein employees are able to deal positively and productively, while simultaneously promoting growth and change. Imagine how far an organization with this type of philosophy could go!

A question we often ask is why some work environments cultivate creative thinking, questioning and open discussion, while others do not? Often, a simple lack of understanding of the mechanisms at work in creating

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Chart presenting "What a Coaching Conversation looks like."

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Catherine Thomas has over 15 years of leadership experience. She provides coaching services and programs to individuals and organizations. She also teaches a Workplace Coaching Course at Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business.

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