Coaching for Workplace Performance Course Overview
Coaching a team and individuals in the workplace is an essential skill to achieving success, engaging your team, and creating a positive work environment. A leader who actively inspires their team to develop and grow in their role through workplace coaching will see employees whose performance, morale, and loyalty increase.
Coaching training for managers and leaders means that they can assess individual’s needs, and confidently use a variety of workplace coaching and development tools and styles to achieve improved performance. Leaders will develop and utilize a range of coaching approaches that meet the needs of the individual and the situation.
Being more collaborative as a leader through employee coaching means that you empower your team to take initiative, problem solve, and increase their confidence to make independent decisions. This increases the leader’s capacity to focus on the high-value tasks and actions that enable them to have more impact.
Coaching for Workplace Performance Learning Objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the difference between coaching, counseling, and mentoring.
- Measure and define employee capability.
- Identify the differences between skills coaching and growth coaching.
- Explain the importance of helping employees develop their capabilities.
- Apply appropriate models of coaching to support employees.
Who Should Take This Course?
This Coaching for Workplace Performance course is ideal for investment professionals, management consultants, and financial analysts, as well as investor relations teams and senior managers at both private and public companies.