Managers and Coaches
Coaching skills can be applied to a variety of situations. Common coaching situations involve the "big picture” view of identifying a satisfying life path, or a more detailed view of improving performance in specific areas. In all situations, coaching is about tapping into a potential that would otherwise be idle, and using it for the benefit of the employee and the company.
According to the International Coach Foundation, coaching improves work performance by 70 percent time management by 57 percent, and team effectiveness by 51 percent. Coaching also impacts the manager or supervisor who coaches. A Results Coaching Systems study surveyed 30 supervisors who had been trained in coaching techniques. The coaches reported that they changed their managerial style to better empower their staff, with 60 percent feeling more valued by team members and 40 percent feeling more valued by their immediate boss.
This virtual instructor-led training event will establish the context of a situation, then allow the participants a chance to practice or evaluate a portion of a coaching session. As a result you will be able to target specific areas for improvement, motivate and inspire individuals, communicate more effectively as a coach, and increase job satisfaction for your employees and yourself. This three hour-program offers workplace tips, self-assessment exercises, real-life scenarios, practice activities, and more.
Participants Will Learn: