Course detail: Leadership Live One-Day Workshop: Coaching for High Performance
Every leader succeeds because of the efforts and contributions of their teams, so coaching those teams for high performance is a critical management skill. High-performance coaching begins by identifying people's "starting points"- their career and life ambitions. Then, it explores the directions in which people need to move to achieve those visions, and the action steps they need to take to do so.
In this program, we explore a 6-step coaching process designed to promote growth, development, and independent thinking. We also examine the 4 C's of coaching conversations. Finally, we learn a tool to assess the trust levels in working relationships.
Apply to 6-step coaching sequence to maximize team member success
Utilize the 4 C's of coaching conversations to promote effective performance assessment
Evaluate trust levels in working relationships
Who Should Attend?
Middle managers, team leads, supervisors, and directors who are responsible for coaching employees to achieve objectives
Human Resources professionals who act as internal consultants to their organizations
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Live In-Person: This program will be available as a live, in-person class at a date yet to be determined.
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Session Detail: PL21210O
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