Coaching Yourself and Others for Peak Performance
This course is an introduction to coaching with a solid foundation on mentoring. The course compares the two disciplines. We’ve known about mentoring for a long time and its benefits. The tools and processes of both disciplines will be discussed.
Since coaching’s inception in the early 90’s, it has become a must for progressive work environments. Many of today’s top performing organizations and individuals turn to coaching to achieve success. Coaching helps senior executives, mid-level managers and employees to perform at their full potential.
Successful coaching requires trust, respect, sincere interest and personal regard as well as finely tuned interpersonal communication skills. It’s not just counseling or advising employees; rather, coaching is a structured process intended to enable truly exceptional performance. It applies advanced models and techniques to bring out the best in your employees. These methods can also be used in coaching yourself toward peak performance.
By taking this workshop, you’ll learn the basic theory and techniques of coaching. You will understand primary personal motivators, impediments to progress and ways to overcome these hurdles. Find out what drives you and those around you and begin to tap into the reserve making your organization top notch.
Who Should Attend?
Those who want to understand coaching and help themselves and others improve their performance and achieve their goals.
By the end of the course, you will be able to use specific coaching techniques to enhance your performance as well as those whom you coach.
- Recognize your own strengths and weaknesses and maximize your strong points
- Demonstrate active listening and give positive feedback
- Recognize the significance of today’s coaching practice
- Demonstrate effective coaching skills using powerful questions
- Establish a non-threatening, positive coaching environment
- Promote a win-win situation in the work place and at home
Tuition: $ 389 (special group rates available)