Coaching Higher Performance
[One 4-hour session or two 2-hour sessions]
The reason athletes and musicians need coaches is the same reason that workers in every industry need them. There's no difference.
It's all about performance.
Does your organization need coaching? Probably, and very few managers have been taught how to do it.
One of the biggest myths around is that coaching is just meant for athletes and musicians.
It’s true that with the right help good athletes in all sports and budding talent in the arts can deliver great performances — and great ones may reach the elite level.
However, it’s the same in organizations across the board.
Talent cannot achieve its potential without the guidance and motivation of a coach.
However, people in the workplace see simple mentoring as the first and last word about coaching.
Just some of what you'll learn...
Mentors are nothing new. Many organizations have mentoring plans, but this is different from coaching.
Coaching Higher Performance puts the correct tools in the hands of managers and supervisors, showing them how to connect with workers, make accurate evaluations, motivate them, and provide the guidance to ramp up skills and results.
Everyone who supervises anyone needs to understand at least the basics in how to help people grow.
Without them, all that's left is some of the saddest words in the English language: "would have," "should have," and "could have."
If you want more production from team members, Coaching Higher Performance will give your leaders the skills that will enable them to generate it.
- Why everybody needs a coach to achieve their maximum potential.
- How to handle the initial meeting with the coaching subject.
- Keys to listening in “coach” mode.
- Asking the right questions to get the information you need.
- How to adapt the S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goal system to coaching.
- Tips for helping your subject set priorities and create their action plan.
- How to identify and break down the barriers that are holding your client back.
- Ways to keep the client on track.
- How to establish accountability.
- Strengthening strengths vs. Strengthening weaknesses (this will surprise you).
Jerry Roberts is a fun and engaging trainer who is both very knowledgeable, and makes what he teaches entertaining and relatable.
Worth the time and effort. Training is clear, short and effective.
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