Manager's Coaching Cafe

Categories: IT, C-Suite, Mid-Level, Coaching, Consulting, Team Bldg, Project Mgmt, Lead Across Cultures

Realize Upward Trajectories

As a manager or HR leader selecting training, have you ever wondered how to ensure the training concepts make a long-lasting impression?

Maybe the team attend the program, but managers do not for a variety of reasons. How can we ensure the managers will be able to fine tune and create a culture of continuity and growth?

One answer that we have seen work wonders is to include the managers (and the C-Suite, especially in start ups) to attend group or 1:1 coaching to not only gather insight into how their team members are applying the concepts and the outcomes, but how, they as managers (or C-Suite) can coach their team to success.

Course Curriculum

There is no particular curriculum. Coaching conversations can align against any program from Authentic Journeys your team is attending or has attended or any program or cultural shift your team or company is currently experiencing.

Harikrishnan K

Director, Global Business Development, Advenser Engineering Services

Strategic thinking” sessions allowed us to reflect on our business values, ethics and client engagement strategies. This allowed our team to effectively handle a wide variety of difficult conversations with ease, leading to better client relationships and engagement. 

Get to know a little about your facilitator

Jennifer Kumar

Hello everyone, I am Jennifer Kumar. I have over a decade of experience coaching US client-facing professionals in India who manage teams and projects in virtual environments. I understand some of the cultural missteps that professionals like you may encounter, as I have also lived and worked in India for over 10 years (I was born and raised in the USA). In addition to having on-the-ground experience working between cultures, I have a Teaching Certification in ESL from the University of Arizona and a Coaching Certification from the International Coaching Federation.