Every Great Leadership Coach needs a gREAT Playbook
A Successful Playbook defines and implements strategies that teach CEOs how to achieve greater success.
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CEO Round Table Facilitator’s Playbook – The Best Leadership Program
To be a great executive business coach and leader, it’s imperative to have the right experience, tools, resources and program that can help CEOs and other business executives achieve success.
The CEO Round Table Facilitator Playbook is a program that does just that. It is designed specifically for executive coaches to inspire and transform leaders by teaching them indispensable skills for accelerated growth and success.
Over the course of a year, there are 10 round table sessions/discussions where a facilitator helps participants learn how to:
- Craft vision and mission statements and a unique value proposition
- Set business and personal goals that are SMART
- Apply best practices in human resources, including human capital leadership, social capital market value leadership, and more
- Develop best-practice marketing and sales strategies
- Fully understand financial statements and what they mean
- Discover new ways of thinking and uncovering ideas that have been successfully implemented by other participants
- Implement procedures that reduce waste, increase productivity, and improve employee morale
- Expand their leadership abilities through emotional intelligence and empathy
- Be educated by various experts in their field of expertise, which also includes short educational articles that are distributed to each participant after each session.
The knowledge and wisdom gained from the implementation of the CEO Playbook Program will result in professional growth for executive leaders and the organizations that they oversee. As a leadership/business coach, the utilization of this CEO Round Table Playbook will absolutely help executives reach their full potential while also providing the opportunity to obtain more consulting business.
Agenda 2 – Core Values, Unique Value Proposition (UVP), Mission and Vision Statements
7:45 – 8:00 Registration: Check-in, networking; Facilitator takes attendance.
8:00 – 8:30 The Facilitator briefly reviews notes from the first session.
Session 1. CEOs who were absent from the first session will present their business to the group, and it should include name, personal and business background, family, etc. They should also include their business, goals, why did they apply, what they would they like to get out of the CEO round table sessions, challenges they would like to address, and more (about 5 – 10 minutes per person).
The Facilitator asks the Communications starter question: If you really knew me, you would know that I …. ” (or chose one from the Communication Starter Exhibit N).
8:30 – 10:30 Group Breakout: Facilitator restates the significance of Core Values, Unique Value Proposition (UVP), Mission, and Vision Statements to a company’s overall structure. Facilitator then creates groups of approximately four people to review each participant’s assignment.
Each person has approximately 15 – 30 minutes to discuss their assignment (pros, cons, difficulties, etc.) on each of the above. The Facilitator will adjust the time based on the number of people in the group. In each group, one person at a time shares their Core Values, UVP, Mission, and Vision Statements. The remaining group members provide their feedback. Each person in the group follows the same process, allowing for similar group feedback. The Facilitator goes around the room and assists each group periodically.
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:45 The round table reconvenes, and the Facilitator goes around the room and asks each participant to share one or two takeaways from what they learned in the group breakout session.
11:45 – 12:00 Wrap-up:
The Facilitator discusses the business development assignment for Session 3. Each CEO will define two personal and two company goals and one big hairy audacious goal (BHAG).
OPTIONAL: The Facilitator presents a PowerPoint presentation on the significance of why goal setting is so important, both personally and professionally.