If you want your workforce to be made up of employees who do more than just punch in and punch out, then you need to invest in forming a coaching culture. When employees feel heard and encouraged, there is no limit to the success they can achieve at work.
To develop a coaching culture, managers and leaders need to train in skills like mentoring, communication, active listening, and problem-solving. This collection teaches managers how to develop and implement these skills, empowering them to help employees reach their fullest potential.
These short courses won’t take long to complete, but the value gained from them will have far-reaching, positive impacts on the entire company. Soon enough, you’ll see members of your team shattering expectations and reaching new levels of success.
Introduction to Coaching
Discover how coaching your team to learn and be self-sufficient will make them more independent, and increase their potential at work.
Using Coaching Models
Learn about the three coaching models, and how you can apply each one to become a better manager, and a better leader in your organization.
Establishing a Coaching Culture
By creating a coaching culture within your organization, you’ll help establish a problem-solving mindset and boost everyone’s productivity.
Building Trust and Rapport
Building trust with the people that you’re coaching helps ensure that your efforts have a positive impact on their professional development.
Asking the Right Questions
Developing relationships with the people you want to coach begins with asking the right questions, and understanding how to motivate them.
The Art of Listening (for Coaching)
Learn about the importance of listening to your employees and understanding their needs in order to coach them in the best way possible.
The Power of Silence
Coaching doesn’t just mean doing all the talking. It also means knowing when to be silent, and how to improve communication between people.
The Importance of Goal Setting
Learn how setting goals for yourself will help you stay motivated and focused at work, as well as improve your productivity.
Discover the importance of accountability in the workplace, and how it improves performance and relationships among teams.
Giving Effective Feedback
Giving effective feedback is essential to ensuring teams are able to operate at their best, achieve their goals, and learn from mistakes.