Effort and Quality
At the heart of great leaders is a great coach. A person that can provide positive feedback easily, corrective feedback without alienating a team member and someone who uses coaching to release the rest of their influence with team members.
Coaching, when done correctively and well, will dramatically improve workplace performance, team member engagement and unlock the potential of all team members. In addition to positive feedback and corrective feedback, this program presents skills associated with selecting team members, releasing team members when needed and providing teaching-type coaching.
Key Learning Elements:
Overcoming Feedback Obstacles
Selecting Team Members
Releasing Team Members
Teaching and Training
Coaching for Performance and Engagement
In-Person Facilitated Version (Please Contact Us for Details):
- 3 to 6 Hour Facilitator Guided Learning
- Certified Facilitators
- Program Guide
- Completion Certificate
- All Follow-Up Tools
- Attendance Tracking and Reporting
- Continuing Educating Unit Availability
- Self-Paced Online Learning with Video, Reading, Activities and Audio Content
- 2 to 3 Hours of Total Content
- Program Guide (Downloadable)
- Completion Certificate
- Continuing Education Unit Availability
Coaching Skills is best used with:
- Emerging Leaders
- Business Owners
Leadership is not inherited. Leadership is not dependent on title. Leadership genes have not been discovered and are not passed from generation to generation.
Leadership is a set of learned competencies, that when mastered, create great synergy between team members and the leader and drive significantly higher results for any organization. Anyone can learn leadership and anyone can become a leader. The baseline concept for leadership is a people focus.
People are led and processes are managed. Outstanding leaders are people focused. This is a non-negotiable reality.
The research and work for the competencies associated with leadership and management began in 1992. The results were first published, based on a limited sampling size, in 1993. The data and conclusions were again published and revalidated in 1996, 2003, 2010 and 2014.
Although discouraged on several occasions, the work used both quantitative and qualitative methods. The qualitative research related to the grouping and clustering of skills into competencies and competency groups. Simply stated, clarity is a skill in the competency of communication. Leadership then becomes a cluster of ten competencies.
The original sampling size was a little over 1,000 respondents with 700 being noted as successful leaders and 300 being failed leaders. The current database has 11,616 respondents with approximately the same ratio of success to failure.
Aegis Learning offers significant discounts for volume orders of online learning programs:
1-10 $49.00 Each
100 or More $40.00
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25 Years of Experience
Engaging, Highly Skilled and Certified Facilitators
Statistically Accurate Material and Content
Verifiable Results and References
Free Follow-Up Tools