Created by Joeel & Natalie Rivera, Transformation Academy ™ | Video: 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 01:27 H/M | Lec: 23 | 559 MB | Language: English | Sub: English [Auto-generated]
Set expectations, assess performance, provide feedback, increase productivity, develop employee potential
What you'll learn Understand the role of a manager coach and why it benefits your employee and your organization Empower your employees to reach their potential, develop their competency, improving their ability to contribute to the organization Develop a strong relationship of trust and admiration by letting your employee know you believe in them and are committed to providing them the support they need to succeed Master effective communication techniques for coaching, including reflective listening and paraphrasing, and empathetic listening. How to establish goals, expectations, and develop action plans Measure performance, monitor progress and coach employees to successes Increase employee satisfaction, happiness and motivation levels, leading to an improved office environment Groom your employee for future positions that make the best use of their talent and potential Learn tools for handling difficult conversations and powerful coaching questions. Identify the tools, skills, and knowledge your employee needs to reach their goals and how to provide them.
Requirements Ability to print course material
Description Research conducted over decades by the Gallup Organization shows clearly that the number 1 factor that determined the job satisfaction and performance of valuable employees, and therefore leads them to grow with the organization, is the relationship they have with their boss. That's you!
If you want happy, productive employees who contribute to the organization and fulfill their potential, it's time to take your role as a manager beyond simply managing their behavior or responsibilities, and instead facilitate their development-as a coach.
Being a coach isn't about simply developing your employees skills or careers, it's about helping them grow as a person. It means you are personally invested in their wellbeing and development. Being a high-performing manager is not about telling your employees what to do and providing feedback only during annual performance reviews. It means taking responsibility for their performance and success by partnering with them to chart a course to desired outcomes and supporting them along the way.
The time you invest in coaching your employees will reduce the time you spend putting out fires, handling issues, and compensating for low performance.
Don't be a coach...
... just because 70% of employee learning and development happens on the job, not through formal training programs
... Or because 63% of organizations are using internal coaching because the benefits are numerous
... Or because leaders who implemented coaching effectively and frequently improved results for their business by a staggering 21% compared to managers that do not use coaching.
Who this course is for? Business owners, managers, or supervisors who want to become employee performance coaches Existing manager coaches who want to improve their coaching competency Any leader who wants to improve their employees' productivity and performance Homepage