Adding Coaching Skills to Your Toolkit
As a non-profit leader, you need to excel at frontline work and managing your team. Often it feels like you are squeezed between these competing priorities. Coaching is now well established as one of the most important competencies for maximizing and sustaining individual and team performance. The return on investment is well documented with major improvements in employee morale, effectiveness, and retention.
During this workshop, we will explore the distinctions between the roles of leader, manager, and coach. We will introduce the concept of 3 levels of listening and explore powerful questions. During the workshop, you will have an opportunity to learn and practice these coaching skills.
Take your listening skills to the next level
Understand how coaching can help your team learn and grow
Add essential coaching skills to your leadership toolkit
Practice your new skills to lock in the learning
This Workshop Includes:
Group exercises to get you out of theory and into practice
Expert facilitation by seasoned leadership trainers
This 1.5hr experiential training program is delivered on-site or online and works for groups up to 100 professionals.
For the online version, each individual will need a PC, Laptop, or Tablet with an operating camera, speakers, and microphone to participate. There will NOT be a dial-in option. Please check your equipment in advance and make sure it is working.
David Langiulli is a certified professional coach (PCC, CPCC) who helps nonprofit executives and their teams get results. David's experience spans the university and corporate sectors over nearly three decades. Most recently he led a fundraising team at Princeton which consisted of 10 professionals responsible for $35 million in annual support to the University. Several thousand nonprofit leaders interested in self- development, leadership, and management follow David's blog on LinkedIn. He’s a graduate of CTI’s Leadership program and holds masters degrees in business and engineering, as well as an undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics-engineering. As a volunteer, David coaches youth classes at his Jiu-Jitsu academy.
Janice Cunning is a certified professional coach (PCC, CPCC) and facilitator who is passionate about partnering with fundraisers and teams to help them create an inspired vision that transforms lives. She was previously a Senior Research Consultant at KCI, Canada’s largest fundraising consulting firm. Janice earned a Master of Library Science from the University of Toronto and completed CTI’s Leadership program. An active volunteer, Janice was a founding director of Apra-Canada and the second international member to serve on the international Apra board. Recently Janice served the coaching community as Vice President and Secretary for the ICF – Toronto Chapter. She is currently acting as a mentor for graduates of CTI’s Leadership Program.
Michelle Maloy Dillon (CPCC, PCC) is an experienced entrepreneur, trainer, and certified professional Co-Active coach who specializes in leadership development. With over twenty years of entrepreneurial business experience, she brings a playful and creative mindset to leadership development. As a coach, she is passionate about helping her clients be aware of their strengths and stretching themselves as leaders to be conscious of their impact. Michelle holds a PCC certification through the International Coach Federation (ICF) and a CPCC certification through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). She is also a CTI faculty member, teaching coaching skills that shift the leadership paradigm to one of self-authorship, self-authority, and relationship. As a volunteer, Michelle provides coaching to United Nations humanitarian staff located around the world.
What People Say About This Workshop
Janice and David are awesome. This workshop was the most powerful hour I ever spent on a "webinar."
Great! Very interactive.
I was originally disappointed about no powerpoints. Activities made up for it!
Really great job.
Interactive. Super wonderful.
I loved working in groups.
Discussions were great.
Loved the interaction and no powerpoint.
Great tool for management.
I got practical, specific things to try immediately.
Provided great clarity and intention.
Specific outcomes which can be implemented immediately.
Short and sweet! Focused.