Assist your managers in exceptional situations
Managing crises and developing new skills
Action-based coaching enables one or several managers to deal with unusual or very difficult situations and break deadlocks with difficult employees or groups of employees.
Objectives of Action-based Coaching
More specifically, action-based coaching aims to:
- Allow a manager to test new strategies in a controlled environment;
- Allow a manager to test his or her skills on the ground;
- Provide a manager with a different reading of the situation to be managed;
- Allow a manager to perceive a given situation from a new point of view.
Our Action-based coaching approach
Our approach is intended for managers and their immediate superiors who are grappling with unique difficulties or undertaking mandates that are atypical. Coaching a manager or a group of managers is done in the workplace, for a limited period of time. Occasionally, it may include meetings with direct reports.
“The managers changed their attitudes and methods vis-à-vis a group that was considered very difficult, which helped re-establish trust all around. The group leaders became constructive, and supported their managers in the pursuit of the firm’s goals.” - Senior manager, large organisation
“Re-establishing a healthy work environment in a unionized setting is a major challenge; Ms. Girard’s approach is very positive and her expertise is unequaled.” - Senior manager, major services company