Imagine a manager who, through their every action, word, decision, and gesture, clearly communicates unfailing commitment to the employee's creativity, resourcefulness, and success. Beyond that, this manager expects accountability for results and gets it, no kidding.
Welcome to the world of business coaching! It's a place where new assumptions are emerging. Where questions are asked, where managers and employees mutually and consistently move to solutions that work and where people walk the walk together towards a common vision. There are underlying assumptions that support a coaching approach in the workplace.
1. No one person, even the manager, has all the answers
2. Employees are creative and resourceful, and so are their managers
3. Managers and employees communicate feedback and ideas mutually and frequently
4. There are no wrong answers, no judgments; and
5. Accountability, results, and timeliness are the norm, no kidding.
Topics to be covered include:
- Commonly accepted coaching practices
- What are supporting behaviors & initiating behaviors
- Understanding observational skills and analytical skills
- Create functional coaching relationships
- Effective interviewing skills & feedback
- Identify the roles of the coach
- Action, steps, goals, and accountability
What our participants said about this workshop:
"Great class to help employees grow their problem-solving skills."
"Melanie is a thought-provoking and interesting presenter."
Date/Time: Thursday, December 4, 2014 9:00AM - 4:00PM
CEUs: .6 (6 contact hours)
Cost: $129 (or $119 if enrolled in the program)
Location: UW-Superior Campus, Yellowjacket Union 204
Ways to Register: