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Coaching Others to Excellence


November 16
9AM-5PM

Integrated Device Technology, Inc.
6024 Silver Creek Valley Road
San Jose, CA United States

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Course Length: 1 day

 

Successful coaching is challenging and rewarding—but coaching employees demands new rules. Coaching skills that once worked effectively face-to-face won’t get the job done today. Coaches must develop a new skill-set – from analyzing and applying where and when to invest valuable coaching time to using a proven coaching model to close performance gaps and create development opportunities to retain high performing employees

This course covers it all in one day, with a focus on skill-building and coaching modeling techniques that will enable managers to attract, develop, engage, and advance top talent for current and future roles.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Identify challenges and best practices for performance management
  • Define employees’ roles and responsibilities to maintain focus on goals
  • Apply the process for identifying coaching and development opportunities
  • Practice using the DICE and GROW Model of Coaching

 

Key Topics

Coaching: Tapping Into Your Employees Potential

  • Characteristics of your greatest coach
  • Directing versus coaching spectrum
  • Make the shift from manager to coach

Key Coaching Skills

  • Inspire, motivate and support a high performing culture
  • Build the capabilities of others
  • Adjust your communication style
  • Ask powerful questions
  • Active listen ad engage

Coaching for Performance

  • Feedback is the “secret sauce”
  • Performance feedback conversation
  • Diagnostic Tool
  • Career development conversation
  • Performance Gap Assessment Tool
  • DICE Feedback Model

Coaching for Development

  • The GROW Model
  • Connect goals to desired outcomes
  • The GROW conversation with plan of action

Leveraging Motivation Recognition and Rewards


Reviews

This class makes you take a personal inventory and forces you to get honest with yourself which in turn changes where you focus on others.– AsteelFlash, Logistics Mgr.

Extensive use of models and role plays brought concepts to life.– Project Mgr.