The Practical Coach Training
"Coaching is the process of letting people know that what they do matters to you."
How do you inspire your team?
This seminar presents one of the most practical approaches to effective coaching you will find. It is based on a video, which illustrates the coaching techniques in simple and practical ways.
The seminar content provides techniques in four coaching areas:
- Never let great work go unnoticed.
- Never let poor work go unnoticed.
- Know the reasons for poor performance.
- Never let them go down a "dead-end" road.
The seminars can be presented in a format addressing each of the four coaching areas with direct application to current employee situations, or in a three to four hour seminar that covers all four coaching areas. Rental or purchase of the video-based program is required for the seminar.
For pricing information and to preview the video online, please click on http://www.media-partners.com/leadership/the_practical_coach.htm
Read about Google's "Quest to Build a Better Boss" in the March 13, 2011, Sunday, New York Time's. Google found that technical expertise ranked dead last among Google's "Eight Good Behaviors" to be a better manager. What is the first good behavior? To be a good COACH - provide feedback and have regular one-on-one time with employees. That means being accessible to staff, instead of giving time to projects. Read about at http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/13/business/13hire.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=the%20quest%20to%20build%20a%20better%20boss&st=cse