The Coaching Series: Help Employees Reach Their Potential
When individual members effectively contribute to the group’s efforts, your team is more likely to achieve its goals. To help employees reach their potential, you must master critical performance management skills. This series helps you understand each person’s motivations, ensure your expectations are clearly understood, provide ample feedback, and reinforce helpful behaviors.
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Learn specific ways to effectively use these tools to improve employee performance.
Personal Development Coaching Series
Personal development focuses on increasing your self-awareness, looking at life goals, personal challenges and long-standing aspirations.
Professional Development Coaching Series
Designed to improve employee engagement, boost confidence, increase retention, strength relationships, and, most of all, help you invest in your employees so they can reach their highest potential.
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Whether you are a CEO, department manager, frontline supervisor, or project manager; your success depends on work completed by your employees. Their success is built on their ability and willingness to work together. That why it’s well worth your efforts to build a strong team. There are six key team building actions that support this objective. This series addresses each of them.
A clear and meaningful purpose focuses and energizes your group. For some teams, the purpose is obvious and inspirational. It’s easy to imagine an emergency room team rallying around, “We save lives.” Most work doesn’t feel quite so dramatic. Nevertheless, your team needs to believe in its value. This session will show you how to create a compelling purpose, and use it to build an amazing team.
Team members have expectations of one another, just as you have expectations of them. Team norms make these behavioral expectations explicit and provide guidelines for what is and is not okay. While you might be tempted to allow “common sense” to be your guide, know that common sense is rarely common practice. Norms need to be proposed, agreed to, and polished. They also need to be reinforced. Learn how to create norms with your group.
Once you’ve assessed your team’s effectiveness, you will most likely identify improvement opportunities. As next steps, you should analyze the problems to understand root causes, develop potential solutions, select the best, try them, and finally evaluate the results. Bring to this session a team problem you want to address. You and the other participants will work together to create solutions that you can then implement on your own.