Coaching The Missing Ingredient To Performance Management Transcript
by Tom Floyd, CEO at IEC: Insight Educational Consulting on Mar 15, 2009
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Too often coaching is viewed solely as a tactical solution for specific performance problems. ...
Too often coaching is viewed solely as a tactical solution for specific performance problems.
Enlightened companies embrace professional coaching as a strategic element of performance management – to foster teamwork, improve communications, mitigate skills gaps, and build critical leadership skills.
This program is an excellent introduction to how and where coaching can be integrated into your company’s talent management strategy.
* Shweta Khare, Founder and President, CareerBright Career Coaching Services
* Dr. Jeremy Lurey, Founder and Principal, Plus Delta Consulting, LLC
* Michelle Wolpe, Certified Coach
* Celia Young, President: Celia Young and Associates
Many Fortune 500 organizations including Capital One, Intel, Unilever, and more have experienced a remarkable amount of success by both introducing coaching programs into their organizations
and including coaching a critical component within their overall talent management and performance management strategies.
Guests discuss how coaching can be linked to competencies, captured as goals within individual career development plans, and measured using traditional tools like 360 assessments.
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