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Coaching is no longer optional; it’s essential! ...

Coaching is no longer optional; it’s essential!

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Coaching has a positive impact across the organization.
Managers who coach their direct employees reap the benefits in both employee engagement and intention to stay.

Coaching is no longer a nice to have. As more Gen Y employees enter the workforce, coaching is one of their expectations.

Unfortunately, most coaches are less effective than they should be, which illustrates the need for proper training.

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  • 1. Coaching has a positive impact across the organization Managers who coach their employees reap the benefits in both employee engagement and intention to stay. Coaching is no longer a nice to have. As more Gen Y employees enter the workforce, coaching is an expectation and it’s here to stay. Unfortunately, most coaches are less effective than they should be, which illustrates the need for proper training. To become effective coaches, managers must first attend and embrace training. This training will explore how managers can more effectively coach direct reports. It is key to understand that there are both formal and informal ways to coach. In fact, managers are probably doing much of what is required from informal coaching already. Coaching does not require a radical change in managing style or a massive time commitment from you. Coaching can be provided through formal, scheduled meetings or through immediate, informal channels. The GROW model provides an excellent structure to use when conducting formal coaching meetings. When you encounter a coachable moment, use the 3Cs model to provide feedback and then transition into informal coaching. Understand the importance of coaching and the potential value of coaching. Establish a structured coaching process with your direct reports. Use the GROW model to structure coaching meetings with employees. Move from feedback to coaching when coachable moments arise. Style Guide - Designers: Use the style guide to get a feel for our brand Rough Sketch This infographic is the creative art of our research. As such, we want to make sure each one is unique and creative. The only real guideline is our fixed width and call to action image. The rest is up to you. Storyboard: Train Managers to Coach for High Performance Training Deck – Effectively Coach Your Employees to Better Performance Feedback and Coaching Self-Assessment for Managers Coaching Plan Template Participant Training Session Evaluation Template Coaching Quiz Feedback and Coaching Guide for Managers Prepare to Implement Coaching Training Understand the Concepts Included in Training Train Managers to Coach for Performance