Executive  Leader as Coach Workshop


Drawing upon the timeless principles and processes employed by great leaders and professional coaches, this advanced version of the Leader As Coach Workshop helps participants critically examine their current personal coaching effectiveness, explore ways they can dramatically increase the quality of their coaching relationships and conversations, and learn how to establish a culture of coaching throughout their organizations.


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The Executive Leader As Coach Workshop is an intense, highly-experiential, one-day development program for executives and senior managers who want to be instrumental in creating a corporate coaching culture. 


  • Receive direct, immediate feedback on their coaching effectiveness.

  • Acquire immediately-usable tools and skills that can be employed to enhance both performance and career conversations.

  • Explore ways in which they can model and encourage high levels of personal accountability.

  • Learn how to constructively confront others and engage in high-impact conversations.

  • Identify actions they can take to establish a culture of coaching within the organization.



This workshop is an ideal development program for all executives and senior leaders who wish to coach others to a higher level of performance and create a culture of coaching.


One-day and virtual sessions are available. 

Delivery Type

Classroom, conference, or virtual delivery. 


Workshop graduates have access to the Bluepoint Micro eLearning Program, a 16-week reinforcement program designed to maximize the effectiveness of the workshop and help participants make real, sustained change in their day-to-day behavior. 


The Leader as Coach Inventory (LCI) is a confidential, anonymous, multi-rater assessment designed to provide participants with a 360-degree view of how often they engage in 30 coach-like behaviors. It also contains the following narrative comments from the selected observers, intended to reinforce coach-like behaviors: 

  • Consider the relationships this person has formed. Describe how he or she has formed relationships that are coach-like in nature, that is, relationships that facilitate the learning and development of others. 

  • Consider how this person has engaged in conversations with others. Desscribe how these conversations have had a positive impact on the learning and develop of others. 

  • Consider this person's natural interpersonal leadership talents. How can he or she best utilize these talents in the future to maximize his or her effectiveness as a coach? 


We offer additional leadership assessment coaching to help interpret feedback and apply insights for maximum development. 

Our Clients

We have partnered with organizations of all sizes and from various industries to elevate their leaders' ability to know themselves better and connect with others more effectively.  

Provide senior leaders the skills to create a coaching culture within your organization

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