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Winning Coaching Techniques for Supervisors and Managers
February 22 @ 1:00 pm - February 23 @ 10:00 am CST$150
After hiring the right people, coaching people to improve their performance can be the most daunting responsibility for most managers and supervisors. Here are some questions to consider:
» Do you ever wonder why some people you are coaching seem to soak up your advice and thrive on it while others simply don’t get it?
» Do some of your folks seem to resist when you give directions?
» Are there times when you wish people would use their heads and not come running to you every time they run into a problem?
In this fast-paced webinar, Corporate Culture Expert Larry Johnson will answer these questions and more. He will discuss effective coaching skills for managers and show you how to vary your coaching style to match the needs and abilities of each person with whom you work so you raise the odds of their success as an employee and your success as a coach.
Why Should You Attend
Larry will give you tools to create an environment where everyone WANTS to do their very best and you’ll pick up coaching techniques for managers to turn around those who insist on not taking responsibility.
Objectives of the Presentation
The webinar covers effective coaching techniques for leaders. Learn about five coaching modes and how to use them to get the best results.
Areas Covered in the Session
» How to determine what each coachee needs from you to succeed
» When and how to vary your management coaching approach
» What variable to consider when coaching in different situations
» How to determine when to give orders and when to ask for input
» The right questions to ask to maximize the coachee’s outcomes
» How to respond to a decline in the coachee’s performance
Who Will Benefit
» Team leaders
» Leaders – anyone who manages or coaches others
» Anyone who manages others and would like to improve their coaching skills.
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