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Skills for Coaching Employees

Thursday, August 16, 2012

(Business2Community.com) -- Successful businesses recognize the importance of quality leadership. Having skilled mentors at hand to encourage and engage contact center employees can make or break desired performance levels. While many supervisors and managers are natural leaders, others may struggle when required to praise or discipline employees. Coaching plays an important role in the success of each team or department, and contributes to the overall success a company. If your center suffers from lackluster leadership, provide supervisors and managers with call center employee coaching training and watch revenues increase.
Coaching Skills Training Increases Employee Productivity


When employees’ are supervised by effective leaders, their productivity increases. Effective leaders are skilled at praising employees for a job well-done, and expert at correcting undesirable employee behaviors. Call center coaching skills training teaches supervisors and managers how to connect with employees. When employees’ are engaged they are more receptive to coaching, and management is able to maximize time spent with each employee to improve his or her performance.
Coaching Skills Training Decreases Employee Turnover
Employees who have regular, positive interactions with management are more engaged, and feel that their work efforts are validated. Engaged employees’ work more effectively, provide suggestions to improve company procedures, and try harder to exceed customer expectations. And most importantly – they are less likely leave. Coaching skills training provides management with the tools necessary to effectively engage employees. When employees are engaged, it is much easier to create a productive environment, where employees feel like a team and each member feels his or her effort impacts the overall success of the company

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The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is a professional membership organization supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees in organizations around the world. The ATD Staff, along with a worldwide network of volunteers work to empower professionals to develop talent in the workplace.
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