$660.00Quote Training At My Workplace
This course is aimed at anyone who manages personnel or who contributes to an individual’s capability development in the workplace. We recommend incorporating this management training with our other courses as part of a development program.
- Lunch and refreshments
- Hard copy workbook
- Capped class sizes
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
- Adapt your coaching style to suit individuals and their developmental needs.
- Use the GROW model to effectively coach your direct reports and give your coaching session shape.
- Develop strategies to encourage and support accountability.
- Use praise and constructive feedback to increase motivation and have a positive impact.
- Implement simple techniques to earn and maintain a trusting relationship.
Follow-up and building accountability around deadlines
Checking your coaching performance and hold follow-up conversations to build accountability around the outcomes or goals that have been agreed upon and committed to.
The power of praise
Increase self-confidence and motivate someone to challenge themselves by highlighting their efforts.
The added power of constructive feedback
Use a six step method to ensure your feedback has constructive value and doesn’t come across as critique or criticism.
Strategies for building trust
Practical techniques to develop trust and allow both parties to feel safe and comfortable with one another.
Identifying the need for coaching as a leadership style in the workplace to develop individual and team capability.
Characteristics of great coaching
Define and apply the five definite characteristics that distinguish superior coaching from other such conversations.
Core communication skills for coaching
Identify and apply the core communication skills to clarify understanding and maintain motivation.
The GROW model
Decide what to do and commit to action using this simple yet powerful framework for structuring a coaching session.
As a supervisor or manager, it can be difficult to perfect the art of achieving outcomes through other people, in a way that engages and motivates as well. Supervision requires balancing different views and adapting your management style to suit the situation.