Increasing Profitability with a Coaching Communication Style
This session's talking points include:
What is a coaching communication style? When is the right time to use a coaching communication style? The power is in the "what and how" questions. (Tool-handout with effective "what" questions)
- How we can use active listening to create trust at work.
- Crucial conversations: We all have 3 choices.
- How owners and leaders can convey their business vision and create employee engagement and buy in.
- Discussion about how a coaching communication style results in higher levels of profitability throughout an organization. Ultimately resulting in a strengthened local and regional economy.
Workshop Learning Objectives
After today's session, you will be able to:
- Establish increased trust with co-workers and team members by asking "what" questions.
- Demonstrate clear, articulate and direct language for crucial conversations in the workplace.
- Use communication to improve employee engagement and ultimately, results.
About Lori Coda-Peterson
With 22 years experience in business coaching, sales training and leadership development; Lori is a highly intuitive coach who inspires others to grow and achieve.
After rising to the top in the direct sales arena, specifically annual team sales of over $650,000 and four pink Cadillacs for Mary Kay Cosmetics, Lori is a champion for other leaders. Lori is known for being focused, strategic, hard-working, empathetic, and honest.
Lori has just recently launched her own coaching and consulting firm, Codavision, LLC. Her clients are top performers, motivated leaders and powerful managers who desire their next level of extraordinary in their professional and personal lives.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Lake Superior College
2101 Trinity Road
Duluth, MN 55811
Networking and Lunch 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Program 12:00 - 1:00 pm
$20.00 for Members $30.00 for Non-members $10.00 for Students
Parking and Building Info:
Closest parking option is Lot 1 (No permit required. However, do NOT park in spots designated for faculty/staff or visitors).
Session in Building S adjacent to Lot 1 (first floor, room S1981).