Coaching Skills for Public and Nonprofit Managers

Summer
Summer 2020 (Second Session)
Olympia
Olympia
Weekend
Weekend
Junior-SeniorGraduate
Junior–Graduate
Class Size: 20
4
Credits per quarter

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Leadership, Management, Organizational Psychology and Behavior, and Human Resources Management

No organization can grow without growing its human capacity. Coaching is a set of empowering skills, competencies, and tools that help employees build on their strengths and inner superpowers. Coaching cultivates the best in employees (i.e., critical thinking, reflection, awareness, communication, accountability, and deep engagement). In the absence of extrinsic rewards in the public and nonprofit sectors, coaching is a human capital management strategy to leverage employees’ intrinsic values and motivations to build high-performing organizations. This course provides students with the opportunity to delve into the key topics covered in coaching and learn and practice skills and competencies to become more effective personally and as a leader. 

4

Credits per quarter

Junior-SeniorGraduate
Class Standing: Junior–Graduate
Class Size: 20
Weekend

Scheduled for: Weekend

Located in: Olympia

Spring 2020: Contact faculty or check offering in Canvas for first class meeting date and time.