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Coaching For Performance On-Site Training

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This ambitious series is intended for individuals who must coach others to improve performance and achieve results

Workshop Description/Agenda

Length: 3 days
Number of Participants: Up to 20
Materials: Notebooks and handouts provided

Whether you are a director, manager, or supervisor, your role today includes two additional roles: team leader and coach.  More and more, HRD professionals are being asked to train organizational leaders to be coaches. This ambitious series is intended for individuals who must coach others to improve performance and achieve results.  The program is a three-day format which can be broken into half-day or full-day sessions.  Participants will learn to use coaching as a motivational tool to improve performance.  The format includes interactive participation, practice exercises, models for implementation, application skills, summary and conclusion.

Course Benefits/Objectives

When you have completed this program, you will be able to:

  • Learn the importance of coaching as a leadership role.

  • Understand and apply a functional coaching model.

  • Understand each element of the coaching model and how all elements are related to each other.

  • Coach, motivate and develop employees while improving performance.

  • Design a post-program plan of action for implementation.

Day 1:  

Introduction and Purpose   

The Importance of Coaching
  • Why is Coaching Important
  • What is Coaching?
  • Debrief  


The Coaching Model (Part II)
  • Clarifying Critical Skills
  • Debrief
  • Clarifying the Core Conversation
  • Debrief
  • Clarifying Performance Applications
  • Debrief  


The Coaching Model (Part I)
  • The Meaning of Superior Coaching
  • The Coaching Model
  • Understanding the Coaching Model
  • Debrief
  • Clarifying Key Values and Essential Characteristics
  • Debrief  
Values and Beliefs
  • What Superior Coaches Believe
  • Debrief
  • Practice Activity
  • Review and Preview
  • Summarize and Close  


Day 2:

Introduction and Purpose    

Essential Characteristics (Part I) 
  • Testing Our Understanding of Creating Balance
  • Debrief
  • Practicing Being Concrete
  • Debrief
  • Practicing Developing Shared Responsibility
  • Debrief  


Critical Skills (I)

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