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Employee Coaching: How to Quit Hating It and Start Loving It

Coaching is one of the most anxiety-inducing, and therefore, avoided of all leadership responsibilities. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

With a simple, easy-to-follow coaching model, you’ll learn how to effectively coach employees in a variety of applications, including:

  • Performance improvement
  • Performance management
  • Motivation
  • Engagement
  • Awareness building
  • Career development
  • Team effectiveness
  • Problem solving and brainstorming

The cornerstone of this practice-based course, is a proven model for coaching which participants will learn, and then practice with each other, receiving feedback as they learn. Using realistic examples and case studies, the coaching model will come to life, and learners will be able to apply the model back at work, in their own situations.

We’ll define coaching as an interactive communication process between members of the organization (leaders to team members, peers to peers, and team members to leaders) aimed at exerting a positive influence on the motivation, performance, awareness, and development of another person. Coaching is an ongoing process of building a partnership for continuous improvement.

We’ll also talk about what coaching is not, to help leaders understand when it would be more effective to use other leadership and management tools at their disposal.

Through group discussion, we’ll explore when participants currently coach, and what opportunities there are to expand their coaching practices. We’ll talk about various ways of providing feedback, from a very involving approach to one that, when the situation calls for it, is more direct.

Participants will leave the session with a better understanding of how to build ownership and a sense of accountability and responsibility among those they coach.

Managers report that they “hate coaching”, because they’re unsure how to do it effectively, some tend to avoid conflict, and they are afraid of damaging the relationship with their team members. This course helps leaders develop the skills that will take them from hating coaching to loving it!

About Richard Hadden, CSP

Richard Hadden is a Certified Speaking Professional and workplace expert who focuses on Leadership, Employee Engagement, and connecting people to profit. He is the co-author of the popular Contented Cows leadership book series, including his latest book, Contented Cows STILL Give Better Milk, and also the book Rebooting Leadership.

Richard has an MBA from The University of North Florida, and an undergraduate degree in Management from Jacksonville University.

Before founding his consulting, training, and speaking business, Richard worked in leadership positions in banking, communications, and information technology. He also taught software design, principles of management, and international economics at Jacksonville University.

Since 1990 he has delivered keynote presentations and training programs on Leadership and Employee Engagement for more than 850 audiences on five continents. Richard has appeared on CNN and MSNBC, and his work has been featured in Business Week, Entrepreneur, and Inc. magazines, as well as in many trade and professional publications.

Richard and his wife, Christine, a native of Scotland, have a daughter and a son.


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