Management of Processes by Coaching (MPC) Training Program

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MPC™ Training Program - Management and Coaching

Management of Processes by Coaching (MPC) is a systemic management approach that allows managers to lead their professional projects while simultaneously monitoring the progress of their people towards the completion of their professional mission. It aims to:

  • Optimize the use of human and material resources
  • Ensure the success of any project
  • Contribute to the sustainability of one’s organization (whether a group or a whole company)
  • Enforce the respect of each person's values and well-being

GOALS

Upon completion of this module, the participants will have:

1. Applied the Management of Processes by Coaching (MPC) process step by step to a concrete professional project

2. Gained command of a method that will allow them to structure, organize and lead their professional activity in an independent way

3. Conducted a reflection on the personal and professional values that they wish to convey through their achievements and in their professional relationships

TRAINING PROGRAM

DAY 1

   1. General background of the MPC approach

   2. Philosophy of the MPC approach

   3. Today’s manager as a project leader and a coach

   4. The global MPC process

   5. The space and time framework of an MPC project

   6. The delegation of the MPC project's mission

DAY 2

   7.  Assessment of the project leader

   8.  Action plan for the development of the MPC project leader (beginning)

   9.  Sudit of the project's mission

  10. Formulation and validation of the MPC project’s strategic goal

  11. Structure of an MPC project

  12. Action plan for the development of the MPC project

  13. Action plan for the development of the MPC project leader (end)

DAY 3

  14. Delegation of the activities of the MPC project’s action plan

  15. Definition of the activities of a manager-coach

  16. Implementation of the manager's role as a project leader and a coach

  17. Corrective actions

  18. Follow-up of one’s project and of one’s own development

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