Coaching Leaders to Generate Next-Level Results
A Webinar with Bob Dunham, founder, Institute for Generative Leadership
How do we effectively coach leaders? How do we coach them to improve their leadership results, their leadership impact, and their leadership value? How can we make this offer as a promise we have confidence in?
To do this will require that we know what the actions of leadership really are, how to coach leaders to learn these skills, and how to connect the dimensions of their personal skills with their impact on groups to produce new value for their organization.
We also add that this must be done in the human context of health, dignity, and meaning that is part of a good life, not just driving techniques for demanding more.
Join Bob Dunham in this webinar to learn about what are the essential, unavoidable dimensions of leadership to focus on, and how to take your next step in coaching leaders to improve results by bringing forth the best from themselves and others. We’ll explore what is leadership, how to coach it, and what constitutes improved results of value to leaders, their customers, their teams, and their organizations.
Robert Dunham has worked since 1981 as an executive, consultant, educator and coach to executives, management teams, and coaches worldwide in Leadership, communication, teamwork, and people process redesign. He is founder of the Institute for Generative Leadership (IGL) and developed the action-based discipline of Generative Leadership and management delivered by IGL in the Generative Leadership Program™ (GLP) (www.generateleadership.com) as well as in the Coaching Excellence in Organizations (CEO) program.
Bob has consulted with Toshiba America, Discovery Channel, IBM, Fidelity National, Adobe Systems, Scholastic, Wells Fargo, among others. He is co-author of The Innovator’s Way—Essential Practices for Successful Innovation with Dr. Peter Denning, published by MIT Press (www.innovators-way.com).
He holds two degrees from Stanford University, was on the staff that developed the three-year Ontological Design course and has studied the discipline of embodied learning and Leadership extensively.