Coaching and its Role in Revealing Employees_ Full Potential
Coaching and its Role in Revealing Employees' Full Potential
This course is introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resource Development (IAHRD). Our courses are designed by experts with a long experience in the related field. Employees are known as the brains of the organization and the reason behind its success , which leads to the vital need of discovering and unlocking their potentials. Understanding your employees needs and their way of thinking to make them comfortable enough to express themselves is highly recommended for organizational continuous prosperity. Getting the opportunity to grasp the skills of coaching is the key to all this. This course will handle topics such as introduction to coaching, the manager as a coach, the key principles of coaching, supporting the learning process, and reviewing the results.
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Apply and understand coaching to make employees comfortable enough to unlock their potential which as a result will increase performance significantly.
- Harness the results of coaching to strengthen collaborative relationships.
- Structure a framework for mutually effective learning and development.
- Create a valuable ripple effect by developing coaching skills, attitudes and behaviors to foster success throughout all levels.
- Accept individual differences and adapt to changes.
- Create an enthusiastic environment that instills commitment and positivity.
- Establishing your coaching baseline.
- Analyze your mentality as a coach.
- Myths about coaching.
- Coaching vs. managing employees.
- The positive effect of coaching on the bottom line employees.
- Reinforcing and maximizing training outcomes.
- Reaping the emotional rewards of achievement.
- The manager as a coach
- Coaching and communications.
- The communication spectrum.
- Where does coaching fit in?
- Communicating for development.
- The key principles of coaching
- Coaching qualities.
- Performance gaps.
- Supporting the learning process.
- Creating a flexible environment.
- The art of high-quality listening.
- Asking questions and sharing perceptions.
- Applying proactive and reactive coaching techniques.
- Establishing shared insight through quality feedback.
- Encouraging self-evaluation.
- Fostering self-Awareness and self-responsibility.
- Closing the loop and reviewing success.
- Profiling your personal behavior patterns.
- Managing the coaching dynamic.
- Selecting effective interventions.
- Coaching in context .
- One-on-one development.
- Team development and collaborative work.
- Motivation and inspiration.
- Coaching in organizations
- The business case for introducing coaching.
- The arguments for introducing coaching.
- The arguments against introducing coaching.
- How to implement coaching?
Who Should Attend?
- New and experienced coaches, or anyone who is in a position to coach others.
- HR Professionals in organizations who would like to develop the role of HR within the organization.
- Senior Managers who want to understand how they can deliver strategic and organizational change in their organization.
- Interested candidates in HR topics.
- Graduates and undergraduates who are planning for their future careers.