This webinar is a complete guide on how to diagnose and analyze performance problems of employees and how to coach them to overcome the problems successfully.
Coaching can bring performance issues to an employee’s attention and help the employee to correct them. The ultimate goal of performance coaching is not to make the employee feel badly. The goal of coaching is to work with the employee to solve performance problems and improve the work of the employee, the team, and the department.
Don’t wait until you have to place an employee on a Performance Improvement Plan! Leaders have a propensity to be hesitant about coaching employees. They hesitate to interfere, interrupt, or upset them. Employees deserve developmental and performance coaching time to help them improve and avoid making mistakes in the future.
Coaching is an investment.
When a concern or issue does develop, it is the result of factors such as:
Lack of awareness (the employee made a mistake and didn’t realize it)
Lack of clarity (the employee didn’t understand some aspect of the assignment)
Lack of skill set (the employee was asked to stretch too much)
Lack of Motivation (the employee may have not been the right fit for that task or job)
Find out how to:
Increase productivity from all of your employees
Increase the quality of your team’s work
Make your life easier and free up your time to work on more strategic efforts
Areas to be Covered:
How diagnose a performance problem
Identify how to tackle a performance problem
How to use 4 types of questions to help your employee take action and avoid obstacles
Analyze the employee’s commitment level
Discuss how to create strong goals with your employee
Motivate and influence your employee to change
Identify the 3 factors that determine an employee’s success
Who will Benefit:
HR Vice Presidents
Senior Management Teams
Head of Talent Development
Leaders of Start up companies
Managers responsible for emplyee performances