with Jeb Bates, Executive Coach from ThoughtAction, LLC

“While there are many tools in a leader’s toolbox, coaching is the most effective in driving business results.” – Forrester Research, Inc. June 29, 2020

Whether you are managing your team remotely or in-person, stress levels are at an all-time high. Employees are looking for guidance and someone to coach them through these challenging times versus just managing them. However, coaching is a leadership competency that requires training, practice, and confidence.

Do you know what each of your employees’ core needs are and how to coach them in a way that drives performance and job satisfaction?

Leaders in organizations are always talking about employee engagement and how it relates to productivity, execution, and retention. However, most organizations miss the boat when it comes to engagement because they focus on the wrong things. It’s not about the Gallup results, benefits, nap pods, or free food. It’s about how well the employee’s core needs are met by their role, their organization, and their boss. If all three are not aligned, then dissatisfaction and disengagement are the result.

Who it’s for

Mid-to-upper-level managers who want to know how to creatively coach and manage their teams and get the most from their people.

Learning Outcomes

  • Expand emotional intelligence to understand personal drivers of satisfaction and the core needs of your employees
  • Grow your capability to coach employees for improved performance and greater job satisfaction
  • Learn a method of creatively working with employees to engage them as they deliver results in their roles
  • Develop a deeper understanding of your own motivating needs and how to make the most of them in your leadership

Upcoming Open Course

October 12, 2023 | 1-day Course ($450 or 1 Training Package Point)

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Leadership Louisville Center members receive $50 off – contact us for the discount code.
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  • “Jeb is awesome! A true professional who is very knowledgeable, mature, responsible, and in touch with you as a whole person. He is sensitive, smart and kind — Besides being a master of the materials, concepts and coaching, Jeb has a way about him that is disarming, charming, trusting, and kind.”
    – U.S. Managing Director – Global Data and Publishing Company

  • “Every manager and staff aspiring to manage, needs to take this class!”
    – B.J. Ruckriegel, CFO, CandyRific

  • “I learned a great deal about myself as a leader and how I have been focusing on the wrong things with my team. I now understand them better and how to open the possibilities for them to perform. The Core Needs approach that was presented is a fantastic coaching tool for creating results. I’d highly recommend Jeb Bates to facilitate your learning.”
    – VP, Talent Development, Aerospace Firm

About the Facilitator

Jeb Bates, Executive Coach with ThoughtAction, LLC

Jeb Bates is an executive coach and leadership development consultant working with top leaders, senior professionals and high-performance teams to build their capabilities, expand their impact and deliver results. With experience in the technology, healthcare, financial services, life sciences, marketing/media, consumer products, and higher education sectors, Jeb provides his expertise, guidance, facilitation, and coaching skills to large and small client organizations and individual professionals.

Prior to building his consulting/coaching practice, Jeb’s professional career has included positions at IBM Corporation, Lotus Development Corporation, Productivity Point International, Businessland Inc., Boston University and the University of New Hampshire. Jeb is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation. He is also certified in Predictive Index® (PI), Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Leadership Architect™ and The Results System™ and The Results Accelerator™. Jeb is an Adjunct Faculty member at Pepperdine University. Jeb holds a Master of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and holds a B.S. in Hospitality Administration from the University of New Hampshire.

Covid-Safe Protocols

The Leadership Louisville Center is currently hosting its leadership training courses in person. We will be practicing all health and safety protocols as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), federal, and state authorities. As COVID regulations and policies change, updates to our protocols will be posted here

Want to learn more about coaching your team?

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