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Managing to ensure superb performance from all employees is crucial, especially during times of economic turbulence. Fortunately, this kind of management is more enjoyable than most tasks and results ...

Managing to ensure superb performance from all employees is crucial, especially during times of economic turbulence. Fortunately, this kind of management is more enjoyable than most tasks and results in increased organizational value.

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    • Expert Insights Coaching to Develop Employee Performancewww.profilesinternational.com© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance. Copyright 2011 by Profiles International. All rights reserved. No part of the report may bereproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without writtenpermission from the publisher.Printed and bound in the United States of America.PublisherProfiles Research InstituteDario Priolo, Managing Director5205 Lake Shore DriveWaco, Texas 76710-1732Profiles International(800) 960-9612www.profilesinternational.comAcknowledgementsPresident, Co-founder, Profiles International: Bud HaneyEditor-in-Chief: Dario PrioloManaging Editor: Carrie D. MartinezAssistant Editor: Jeffrey M. MeyersCreative Director: Ruben Verawww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 2© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Introduction Managing to ensure superb performance from all employees is crucial, especially during times of economic turbulence. Fortunately, this kind of management is more enjoyable than most tasks and results in increased organizational value. Coach early and often. Early, to catch potential problems before they happen. Often, because continuous interest and feedback virtually guarantees better performance. Coaching provides counsel in real time and identifies clear goals in the context of the employee’s job. Effective managers catch problems early and often so that they can provide continual feedback and guarantee better performance. They do not rely on yearly reviews to direct their leadership. Efficient managers provide clear goals in the context of each employee’s job.www.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 3© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance1. How to transform managers into coaches The transformation from manager to coach takes effort and a few easy steps. It is important for managers to remember that one size does not fit all. Each employee is different, and employees work differently. The better the manager understands the employee, the more effective the coaching and the results will be. How do you transform managers into coaches? Building and changing the corporate culture begins with the leader’s adoption of a system, definition of the system, and modeling of the system. Top leaders coach managers to be the kind of leaders the organization wants. Two of the competencies of a coach include: • An ability to identify people who fit the job • An ability to create strategies for employee development that inspire people to perform and achieve These competencies set the foundation for development, but even the most capable manager requires help in these areas. No manager is equipped with essential knowledge about every employee. Successful coaching requires specialized knowledge about: • Each employee’s unique characteristics • Each employee’s attributes in the context of his job and work environment • Each employee’s fit with his job, manager, and teamswww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 4© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance2. Implementing coaching-based performance management Coaching-based performance management is essential for maximum productivity. First, acknowledge that good performance rarely happens by accident. Many employers find it unnecessary to worry about job training or good job fit as long as they find an employee with a good job history. According to a recent survey of more than 1,000 employees, managers, and leaders, 90 percent believe that leaders have little influence over employee behavior. This is not surprising, given that many leaders often view performance training as unnecessary. Profiles has developed a coaching-based performance management methodology that provides key insights about each employee. This step-by-step approach shows how to leverage knowledge to improve employee performance. This approach works because leaders are able to use it continuously and proactively from the beginning of each employee’s career. This process is incomplete unless each of the following factors are in place: • Understanding employee fit and compatibility in their current job • Understanding motivation, stress, and conflict behaviors • Optimizing working relationships with direct supervisors • Optimizing relationships with their work teams • Optimizing their leadership skillswww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 5© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance3. The motivational coach Motivational coaching enables successful employee development. Coaches play an important role in helping employees successfully maneuver company difficulties such as turnover, slashed budgets, and cost reductions. Coaches need to understand how each employee will react to the constant ups and downs of their work environment. A Profiles assessment will take the guesswork out of determining how each individual might react in a specific situation. Profiles assessments measure an employee’s: • Need for control • Social influence • Patience and collaborative preferences“ • Focus on precision and quality Coaching is the • Motivational intensity and focus on change most potent tool for inducing lasting personal ” change. Source: Ivy Business Journalwww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 6© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance4. The coaching relationship and team dynamics Understanding relationships improves team dynamics. Relationships directly impact productivity — unhealthy relationships clearly undermine performance while colleagues working together in harmony have the best chance of success. Sometimes rocky relationships can create improvements for the organization if potential points of conflict are identified early. Defining conflict points will enable leaders and team members to work together to avoid or solve issues. Clearly defining points of conflict also helps managers determine the best way to effectively communicate with each employee. Coaches and leaders should also carefully consider their own attributes. An assessment provides specific recommendations for managers and employees to effectively communicate with each other. The assessment will: • Examine the working relationship between employee and manager to predict compatibility • Identify similarities and differences in styles, and detect how these similarities and different might result in conflict • Provide specific recommendations for managers and employees to achieve maximum productivity in the workplacewww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 7© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee Performance5. Coaching to develop Developing employees generates leadership. The final step in coaching-based performance management determines leadership capabilities. Specific leadership competencies and skills are examined in order to identify leadership potential. The assessments will calculate personal development, communication, leadership ability, adaptability, relationship building, task management, production, and the development of others. Motivating employees to perform to their maximum potential is the responsibility of an organization’s leaders. Once a manager discovers the value of coaching early and often (as opposed to conducting annual reviews), he will be able to increase the efficiency and productivity of his employees. The most effective approach requires: • Coaching tailored to the individual with a goal of increasing productivity • Coaching based on insight about the employee’s competencies within the context of his job, as well as his ability to work with his team and managerwww.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 8© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Summary Coaching to Develop Employee Performance 1. Transform your managers into coaches. 2. Implement coaching-based performance management. 3. Develop motivational coaches. 4. Assess coaching relationships and team dynamics. 5. Coach to develop.www.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 9© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • About Profiles InternationalProducts of Interest ® ProfileXT The ProfileXT® (PXT) assessment measures how well an individual fits specific jobs in your organization. The PXT’s “job modeling” feature is unique and enables you to evaluate an individual relative to the qualities required to perform successfully in a specific job. It is used primarily for employee selection, onboarding, managing, and strategic workforce planning. This assessment reveals in-depth, objective insight into an individuals thinking and reasoning style, relevant behavioral traits, occupational interests, and match to specific jobs in your organization. It helps your managers interview and select people who have the highest probability of being successful in a role, and provides practical recommendations for coaching them to maximum performance. It also gives your organization consistent language and metrics to support strategic workforce and succession planning, talent management, and reorganization efforts. TM CheckPoint 360° The CheckPoint 360°™ management system is used to evaluate the effectiveness of your managers and leaders. This assessment combines feedback from direct reports, peers, supervisors, and even customers, with a personalized program for developing specific leadership skills based on that feedback. This process highlights a manager’s job performance in eight universal management competencies: communication, leadership, adaptability, relationships, task management, production, development of others, and personal development. The CheckPoint 360°™ helps managers identify and prioritize their own development opportunities. And it helps the organization to better focus management training and development investments; proactively uncover misaligned priorities between senior executives and front-line managers; and surface management issues that could lead to low employee productivity, morale, satisfaction, and turnover. Profiles Managerial Fit TM People typically do not quit their company, they quit their bosses. Profiles Managerial Fit™ (PMF) measures critical aspects of compatibility between a manager and their employees. This report offers an in-depth look at one’s approach to learning and six critical dimensions of compatibility with their manager: self-assurance, conformity, optimism, decisiveness, self-reliance, and objectivity. Managers use this information for adapting their style to get the most from each employee; improve communication, engagement, satisfaction, and productivity; and reduce employee turnover.www.profilesinternational.com Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 10© 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Coaching to Develop Employee PerformanceProfiles International – Who We Are Develop better coaching now!Profiles International helps organizations Developing better coaching in yourworldwide create high-performing workforces. organization starts now. Contact us today to find out how we can help your organization, orThrough our comprehensive employment click here for a free demo.assessments and innovative talentmanagement solutions, our clients gain a Call us today!competitive advantage by selecting the right (800) 960-9612people and managing them to their fullpotential.Contact Uswww.profilesinternational.com(800) 960-9612 www.profilesinternational.com 11 Coaching to Develop Employee Performance | 11 © 2011 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.