7 Ways Managers Can Coach Employees to Boost
Productivity OnDemand Webinar
All managers get things done through people, the
question is how.
Traditional managers expect compliance.
Coaching-managers expect engagement, creativity, responsibility, and ownership.
Coaching is not an isolated practice, it's a
management discipline that can boost both employee development and performance.
But many managers are of the opinion that they simply do not have the time to
coach each and every one of their employees on a regular basis.
However, ask yourself, “What will it cost in time
or money if your employees don’t have a clear view of goals, lack critical
skills, or are encountering problems that impede progress?”
Join Dan Rockwell as he explains the differences
between coaching-managers and traditional managers, and offers advice on how to
use a coaching approach to energize and engage your staff.
What You Will Learn
To motivate their employees, effective managers
realize that they must form a partnership with them. This webinar briefing
explores the steps to evolving from a boss into a coach, including:
Differences between top-down management and
The importance of short interactions vs. big, long meetings
Behaviors that are important for coaching-managers
How effective feedback is different from “giving instructions”
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This webinar does not currently offer continuing