Coaching that Works: Leading Organizational Change
How do you maximize employee performance while maintaining high levels of morale? Instead of using classic rewards and punishment to motivate employees, imagine every employee easily tapping into their inner strength and wisdom. This program shows you how to create a coaching culture to empower employees.
You’ll learn to build coaching relationships, help employees envision a better future, set more compelling goals, make better decisions, and take action to accomplish goals. Here’s how Coaching that Works can help your organization:
- Create stronger manager–employee relationships
- Empower employees
- Identify employee values
- Set challenging goals
- Improve employee decision-making skills
- Provide effective accountability
- Provide direction for employee development
- Improve company systems
Included in the program are a needs assessment, 3-days of coaching skills training, and three months of individual coaching. Collectively these three components will support your organization in creating a coaching culture. Coaching is a powerful tool to help people articulate their vision, identify their values, set goals, and create compelling plans for their own development. Coach training helps organizations develop positive, empowering interactions with employees, who take responsibility for their success, understand clearly what they want, and develop action plans that they are motivated to implement.
A pre-course needs assessment will be conducted to target the most critical employee sector. From the needs assessment, we will infuse your terminology and examples into the training that will allow employees to more readily relate to material. This results in rapid engagement, readiness to use coaching skills, and immediate results.
Three-Day Coach Training
This experiential three-day training will both introduce the skills of coaching and work with the team to apply the skills to their situation and to the needs of the organization. Participants will practice coaching skills with real scenarios taken from their leadership challenges. Leaders will leave the training with the ability to put the skills in place immediately.
Follow Up Coaching
Follow up coaching is an integral part of the Coaching That Works skills training. The coaching follow up will reinforce skills training and will provide the opportunity to troubleshoot how the skills are being applied. The added benefit is that leaders have the opportunity to be supported in their own leadership development and in reaching program goals.
This experiential program supports your organization in developing competencies that you can put to work immediately:
- Developing the coaching mind set
- Asking powerful questions
- Active listening
- Clarifying values
- Setting goals
- Developing action plans
- Making requests
- Creating accountability
- Acknowledging strengths
When it comes to bringing out the best in employees, coaching is becoming the tool of choice in most organizations. Give us a call at 570-297-3333 or email us to find out more.