As a manager, your job is to lift up all the employees in your performance spectrum – high-, medium-, and low-performers – and help them do more work, faster and better, every step of the way. Not just because that’s good for business, but also because continuous improvement is the key to keeping today’s employees focused and motivated. You don’t need a special personality or pizazz to be a coaching-style leader – all that’s required are the basic tools and strategies to engage and motivate your team.
Participants will learn:
- The different types of coaching-style leaders seen in organizations
- The key qualities that define coaching-style management
- How to apply and integrate concrete coaching strategies into regular performance management
- How to coach even the most hard-to-define performance benchmarks: soft skills such as professionalism and critical thinking.