Coaching - D D Pavumba

A Simple Guide To Coaching Employees Successfully

Coaching - D D PavumbaManagers often wear many different hats at the job. Not only do they have to manage their own workload, but they need to also track the work of their underlings.

A great manager takes it upon him or herself to coach employees to be the best they can be. However, not all supervisors are good coaches. The good news is that these skills can be learned, and managers should start training in how to be good coaches with this guide.

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Effective Coaching Skills – Video Blog

As a modern day manager and leader, developing your coaching skills is so important to ensure that you are fully equipt to help your team progress and grow – so what key skills do you need to develop to become an effective coach? Watch our short video on effective coaching skills to find out.

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The GROW Coaching Model – Infographic

The GROW Coaching Model is an excellent way for managers and leaders to coach their team members as they work towards success, so today I wanted to share with you this quick and easy infographic which explains the 4 stages of the GROW model. Enjoy! Learn More

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4 Step to Successful Team Coaching

4 stepsCoaching has long been seen as the best way to progress your team’s skills and talents. If you’ve ever been coached effectively, you will know the great effect it can have.
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Coaching Employees during Good Times and Bad

good badA few years ago I came upon what I thought was a unique situation. A friend of mine was the head of a department and spent tons of time training and coaching his new employees. During one of our conversations he began complaining about one of his employees – one who seemed to have a lower level of performance than normal. Learn More

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Coaching vs. Correcting

pro conYour employees probably think that you, as their manager, already know how to do everything and are only looking to catch their mistakes and reprimand them or make corrections. This is (or at least should be) furthest from the truth. While it is your job to catch their mistakes, it is not your job to make them your employees feel bad about them. Learn More