COACHING AS SUPERVISION
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m., Center for Youth Engagement, 4850 W. Fond du Lac Ave.
Trainer: Nikotris Perkins
Core Competencies Addressed: Professionalism/Professional Development
Target Audience: Program Supervision & Management
About this Training: As a manager in youth development there is a lot of time spent on logistics, tasks, and reporting. These are things that need to be done in order to run successful and quality programming. There is also high turnover, people are part time, and training is limited. It's a challenge. Coaching is the New Supervising addresses these challenges head on from team development standpoint. Coaching someone on the job means they provide better programming to youth. It means that not only are we able to positively affect the lives of those we serve but we consistently build a workforce. A qualified village to start, maintain, and help grow awesome programs for our city! Participating in this training asks managers to look at themselves as coaches answering the following questions:
What is your management style?
How do you excel in coaching and where do you struggle?
What will it take for you to move from day to day management to big picture coaching?
Managers will leave with a coaching framework, team vision, and 90 day goals. There is approximately 30 minutes of pre-work required for this session. Participants will receive an email with details one week prior to the training.