The Progress Coaching Blog
Not all employees learn the same, and group sessions may intimidate some. So, managers need to be prepared with other methods that will encourage workers to put their best foot forward. There are two types of coaching that encourage training reinforcement and continuous learning without using an employee’s peers.
HOW TO CREATE A COACHING PLAN
An important element of employee coaching is planning. After an initial employee assessment has been completed, it is vital that a coaching plan be created. The coaching plan can contain any combination of the 5 types of coaching depending on the area of improvement as well as depth of improvement. Below is a sample-coaching plan created for an employee that..
COACHING IS NOT OPTIONAL
Somewhere along the way coaching employees has gotten the incorrect reputation of being this cute, soft, cuddly feelings focused hoo rah rah. Believed to be nothing but a superficial moral boost with no result producing capabilities, the employee coaching concept has been brushed off by many who continue to manage (and lose) employees using more “traditional”..
3 STEP PROCESS OF EMPLOYEE COACHING
Look, if we engage with employees on a day to day basis and, most managers do, why not make the most of it? But how does a manager do that? First we need to be equipped with three fundamental first steps to start the coaching process:
HOW TO DEAL WITH BAD APPLES
Bad Attitudes can hinder a business, but with coaching they can be solved. Bad attitudes can tear co-workers apart, can decrease productivity through out the office, and make co-workers unwilling to work together.
DEFINITION OF COACHING
Coaching is all about driving performance through developing employees. Each employee will progress in different ways. Not every employee is going to need development in the same areas. Coaching is fundamentally based in discovering each employee’s area(s) in need of improvement and developing each targeted area. The fact is every person, including coaches, can always..
TOP 5 REASONS TO COACH WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION
We constantly talk about the importance of coaching, and tips or strategies to do it better, but why should we incorporate coaching into our organization anyways?