Coaching Skills for Managers


March 27, 2018
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
You Can't Be A Great Manager Unless You're A Good Coach

In today’s nonprofit workplace we are all dealing with increasing demands for greater productivity and results, and trying to effectively manage staff who bring diverse experiences, approaches, and skillsets. 

How do you maximize the talents and potential of your team? The truth is that you can’t be a great manager unless you’re a good coach.  It’s a proven method for boosting performance of your team and yourself on an ongoing basis.

In this course, Coaching Skills for Managers, you’ll walk away with new skills for your management tool box, including the core components of effective coaching:

  • Listening fully, deeply and completely
  • Asking open-ended questions to help staff articulate their goals and challenges and find their own answers
  • Using a positive approach and guiding developmental conversations
  • Creating a system that rewards on-going learning, development and accountability

Using coaching skills consistently will result in a staff of individuals who are motivated to do meaningful work, are open to learning, and being creative and accountable.

Who Should Attend?

This course is best for experienced managers and supervisors who are open to learning and trying new methods for developing themselves as well as staff.


Registration Fee: $195


Make the most of your learning!

  • Learning in pairs makes it easier to use session content back at your organization. Bring a colleague and save $55 on the second registration. Both participants must be registered at the same time, for the same seminar, and the discount will be automatically applied.



  • Where

  • Center for Nonprofit Management
    1000 North Alameda Street
    Los Angeles, California 90012
    (213) 266-8459

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