Paul Bryant said, “No coach has ever won a game by what he knows; it’s what his players know that counts.” That’s certainly true in the workplace, too! The key component of any manager or supervisor’s job is to help employees be successful, and that means investing time developing and coaching your team members. No matter what the industry or job, employees across the board say effective, on-going feedback is the key to their success. In this interactive program, we will discuss (1) how to find/make time to coach and (2) the nuts and bolts of being an effective performance coach.
During this program, we will cover: