Are You A Coaching Manager?

Are You A Coaching Manager? The primary objective of a Coaching Manager is the long-term professional development of talented employees as this person fully recognises that the difference between a successful organisation and an unsuccessful organisation often boils down to the skills and adaptability of its human resources. The Coaching Manager has a genuine interest …

What Makes A Good Coaching Conversation

What Makes A Good Coaching Conversation Listening Carefully: getting a clear path into the issues Responding Thoughtfully: never jumping in with your own initial thoughts and ideas Resist imposing your own solution: getting the full picture so that the other person thinks about the issues and comes up with their own positive solutions Good Luck! …

Coaching Skills For Managers

Coaching Skills For Managers  Some definitions of Coaching: Raising awareness of Practical improvement on performance via questioning and self-reflection Empowerment of teams and individuals Finding an individual’s own solutions to problems Support and challenge to get the individual or team to achieve: this involves stretching those taking part to achieve Taking positive action to improve …

How Can I Use Coaching Principles To Motivate And Train My Staff?

How Can I Use Coaching Principles To Motivate And Train My Staff? It is very unlikely that you will ever have a dream team of perfect staff who always work perfectly, understand and develop working systems and who also push themselves into new roles and develop themselves. It would be wonderful if this happens – …