A study conducted by Bersin & Associates shows that organizations with senior leaders who coach effectively and frequently improve their business results by 21 percent as compared to those who never coach. The study also found that managers’ inability to coach their staff is the most severe performance challenge that organizations face. Whether you’re a manager trying to develop your people or trying develop yourself and build a career, one of the key ways you can have a positive impact on your business is by operating more as a “Coach” than a “Manager.”
This course is focused on performance coaching and ways you can improve your ability to coach and develop your staff. The three key elements of successful performance coaching include: Coaching preparation, Coaching skills, and Ongoing coaching support.
Articulate the value and business case for coaching
Prepare for a coaching dialogue
Demonstrate the four critical coaching skills
Implement activities that support coaching over time for the greatest impact
Understand the elements needed to integrate coaching into an organization’s culture
Identify ways to measure coaching effectiveness
The business case for performance coaching
What is coaching? How is it different from mentoring or managing?
How to prepare for a coaching dialogue
Four critical coaching skills
Three ways to provide ongoing coaching support
The key elements needed to integrate coaching into your organization’s culture
Three ways to assess coaching effectiveness
Who Should Attend
Managers or people in leadership positions
Fields of Study
Business Learning Institute
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