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The Effective Manager-Coach

  • Objectives

    Brushing up what has been learnt and developing new managerial skills.
    Knowing how to furnish every employee with the means to his independence and the
    conditions for his own success.
  • Keywords

    Potential - Resource - Coaching -Assistance.
  • The advantages

    • Acquisition of a new posture to reinforce one's managerial effectiveness.
    • Intensive practice using simulated situations.
    • At the end of the course, each participant has his own personalised action plan.
  • Aimed at

    All managers with some years of experience who wish to help their employees make progress.


The coach assists each and everyone to succeed in their professional objectives. He develops his employees' potential and stimulates their daily actions.

The role of the manager coach
  • Distinguishing the role of coach from the role of superior.
  • Defining the specific behaviour of a coach.

The manager coach's methods
  • Analysing the situation: results and behaviour.
  • Identifying the progress to be made.
  • Choosing the method of intervention: practice, training, support, refresher courses, delegation.
  • Negotiating a progress plan.
  • Choosing follow-up methods: supervision, testing, audit.

The skills of the manager coach
  • Identifying each person's needs and mental blocks to improve performance.
  • Being a resourceful person to help each person to progress at his own speed.
  • Spotting difficulties encountered and allowing for error.
  • Creating a motivating feed-back channel and giving the right signs of recognition.
  • Adapting one's coaching style to the employee's stage of development.

Implementing what has been learned
  • Personal action plan.

  • Situational Management, p. 30.
  • MBTI®: Better Self-Knowledge For Better Connection With Others, p. 47.


  • Code:MEM0232
  • Duration : 3days