In a results-oriented business environment, accomplished leaders know that engaging their teams is critical to achieving goals and objectives. Effective coaching can change people’s attitudes, awareness and skills. An effective coaching process includes evaluation, identifying opportunities, cushioning to gain cooperation and citing specific changes to behaviors. Coaching creates observable behaviors that benefits both the person and the organization.
This program will show you how to provide employees with the direction, feedback and guidance they need to be successful and to have maximum, positive impact on the organization. This program gives you the skills you need to help each employee become as successful as possible.
What we will cover:
Clarify the difference between coaching and feedback
Apply a skill development coaching process that produces observable results
Hold people accountable while helping them to be successful
Evaluate and prepare for how different people will respond to coaching
Understand he differences between supportive and directive coaching
Who should attend:
Team leaders, supervisors, foremen, managers and leaders wishing to develop their coaching skills to increase their team’s performance and promote accountability.
Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Builders' Training Center, 105 West 12th Ave, North Kansas City, MO, 64116
Cost: Member $39, Non Member $49 (Includes a box lunch)
Presenters: Ron Cox, President Dale Carnegie of Kansas City and Erin Simpson, Vice president of instruction, Dale Carnegie training