There is a close link between effective management and coaching. Good managers are often effective coaches because they are committed to the success of their employees and they work with and through them to achieve results.
Good managers and coaches understand that sustainable success is achieved by working cooperatively with their employees. They understand that more can be achieved by motivating and inspiring employees to greater heights of success than by managing and directing them in the traditional manner.
Coaching delivers productive coaching techniques and strategies. It helps managers to improve employee performance resulting from unproductive behaviors or to mentor others to learn new skills or enhance existing ones.
Managers are educated how to apply effective coaching strategies and techniques that enable them to develop individual performance standards, allowing them to fairly and consistently evaluate employee performance, identify unproductive behaviors and develop meaningful feedback mechanisms. They learn how to deal with negative behaviors and attitudes and to develop personal plans to correct these behaviors.
Problems Coaching Addresses
What is it worth to you if you could solve one or more of the following problems?
- Either you or your managers fail to develop effective feedback mechanisms
- Either you or your managers use ineffective coaching techniques
- Either you or your managers fail to develop effective performance standards
- Either you or your managers are unable to identify unproductive behaviors
- Either you or your managers are incapable of resolving unproductive employee behaviors
- Either you or your managers are unresponsive to employees and their problems and issues
What You Will Learn
Coaching will teach you or your employees:
- Effective and proven coaching techniques
- How to develop effective employee performance standards
- How to identify unproductive behaviors
- How to work on and motivate an employee to resolve unproductive behaviors