Coaching Skills for Managers: Tools to get the Most from your Team!

Is One-Size-Fits-All Coaching Limiting Team Success?

Instructor :
Rich McLaughlin

Webinar ID:
16569

Date: AUG 02, 2024 (FRI)

Start Time: 10 AM PT - 11 AM PT

Duration: 1 Hr.

What you will learn

    • Select Coaching Strategy Based On Individual’s Competence And Motivation.
    • Approach Employees Knowledgeable Yet Disengaged With Their Work.
    • Reinforce Good, Confront Unhelpful Behavior With Structured Techniques.
    • Explain The ‘Why’ Behind Tasks For Better Engagement.
    • Effectively Recognize And Reward ….
    • Select Coaching Strategy Based On Individual’s Competence And Motivation.
    • Approach Employees Knowledgeable Yet Disengaged With Their Work.
    • Reinforce Good, Confront Unhelpful Behavior With Structured Techniques.
    • Explain The ‘Why’ Behind Tasks For Better Engagement.
    • Effectively Recognize And Reward Good Performance.
    • Provide Simple Structures To Set People Up For Success.
    • Tactfully Address Unproductive Behavior To Foster Productivity

Course Description

In a world where the pace of change is relentless and the traditional boundaries of workspaces are redefined, the role of a manager is more complex than ever.

“Coaching Skills for Managers” isn’t just another webinar—it’s your gateway to mastering the dynamic coaching skills essential for today’s hybrid and remote work environments.

This session is designed to transform good managers into great leaders who can effectively navigate the nuanced challenges of modern team dynamics.

In this workshop, we will explore how leaders can shift their thinking from personally achieving tasks to coaching others to succeed in those tasks.

Topics we will cover include:

    • Tailoring Coaching Strategies: Selecting the appropriate coaching approach based on an individual’s competence and motivation.
    • Recognizing Excellence: Techniques for effectively acknowledging good performance.
    • Structuring for Success: A straightforward framework for setting individuals up for success in tasks or responsibilities.
    • Addressing Unproductive Behavior: Strategies for tactfully confronting behaviors that hinder productivity.

Join Now!

In a world where the pace of change is relentless and the traditional boundaries of workspaces are redefined, the role of a manager is more complex than ever.

“Coaching Skills for Managers” isn’t just another webinar—it’s your gateway to mastering the dynamic coaching skills essential for today’s hybrid and remote work environments.

This session is designed to transform good managers into great leaders who can effectively navigate the nuanced challenges of modern team dynamics.

In this workshop, we will explore how leaders can shift their thinking from personally achieving tasks to coaching others to succeed in those tasks.

Topics we will cover include:

    • Tailoring Coaching Strategies: Selecting the appropriate coaching approach based on an individual’s competence and motivation.
    • Recognizing Excellence: Techniques for effectively acknowledging good performance.
    • Structuring for Success: A straightforward framework for setting individuals up for success in tasks or responsibilities.
    • Addressing Unproductive Behavior: Strategies for tactfully confronting behaviors that hinder productivity.

Join Now!

Why you should attend

As a leader, moving from an individual contributor to a manager can be a significant transition. The technical competencies that once propelled you to management are no longer sufficient on their own.

Today’s managers need to be equipped not just with fundamental coaching skills, but also with the ability to apply these skills in highly adaptive, technologically integrated, and culturally diverse settings.

This workshop is designed to focus on the essential skills and thinking required to coach others effectively.

Learn how to “coach others up” and develop the leadership qualities necessary for your team’s success.

We’ll explore various strategies to help you shift from doing to leading, ensuring you can foster growth and development within your team.

By attending, you will gain insights into:

    • Adapting your approach to meet the diverse needs of your team members.
    • Navigating the complexities of a technologically evolving workplace.
    • Cultivating a supportive and inclusive environment that enhances team performance.

Enroll Now!

As a leader, moving from an individual contributor to a manager can be a significant transition. The technical competencies that once propelled you to management are no longer sufficient on their own.

Today’s managers need to be equipped not just with fundamental coaching skills, but also with the ability to apply these skills in highly adaptive, technologically integrated, and culturally diverse settings.

This workshop is designed to focus on the essential skills and thinking required to coach others effectively.

Learn how to “coach others up” and develop the leadership qualities necessary for your team’s success.

We’ll explore various strategies to help you shift from doing to leading, ensuring you can foster growth and development within your team.

By attending, you will gain insights into:

    • Adapting your approach to meet the diverse needs of your team members.
    • Navigating the complexities of a technologically evolving workplace.
    • Cultivating a supportive and inclusive environment that enhances team performance.

Enroll Now!

Course Agenda

  • Tailoring Coaching Strategies:
    • Selecting the appropriate coaching approach based on an individual’s competence and motivation.
  • Engaging Reluctant Employees:
    • Effective methods for approaching employees who know the work but are not engaging.
  • Positive Reinforcement Techniques:
    • Structures for reinforcing good behavior and tactfully confronting unhelpful behavior.
  • The Power of ‘Why’:
    • Emphasizing the importance of explaining reasons behind tasks and decisions to foster understanding and buy-in.
  • Recognizing and Rewarding Excellence:
    • Strategies for noticing and acknowledging good performance effectively.
  • Blueprint for Success:
    • A simple structure for setting individuals up for success in tasks or responsibilities.
  • Addressing Unproductive Behavior:
    • Techniques for confronting unproductive behavior tactfully and constructively.

BONUS:

    1. PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
    2. Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
    3. Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email
  • Tailoring Coaching Strategies:
    • Selecting the appropriate coaching approach based on an individual’s competence and motivation.
  • Engaging Reluctant Employees:
    • Effective methods for approaching employees who know the work but are not engaging.
  • Positive Reinforcement Techniques:
    • Structures for reinforcing good behavior and tactfully confronting unhelpful behavior.
  • The Power of ‘Why’:
    • Emphasizing the importance of explaining reasons behind tasks and decisions to foster understanding and buy-in.
  • Recognizing and Rewarding Excellence:
    • Strategies for noticing and acknowledging good performance effectively.
  • Blueprint for Success:
    • A simple structure for setting individuals up for success in tasks or responsibilities.
  • Addressing Unproductive Behavior:
    • Techniques for confronting unproductive behavior tactfully and constructively.

BONUS:

    1. PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
    2. Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
    3. Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email

Who is this course for

Everybody Benefits from Watching This. Even Better When Done as a Group!

    • HR Professionals
    • CEO
    • Senior Vice President
    • Vice President
    • Executive Director
    • Managing Director
    • Regional Vice President
    • Area Supervisor
    • Manager and Team Leaders
    • Anyone who works with other people

Everybody Benefits from Watching This. Even Better When Done as a Group!

    • HR Professionals
    • CEO
    • Senior Vice President
    • Vice President
    • Executive Director
    • Managing Director
    • Regional Vice President
    • Area Supervisor
    • Manager and Team Leaders
    • Anyone who works with other people

Instructor Profile

Rich McLaughlin has been at the forefront of innovation and employee engagement for over two decades. With more than 13,000 hours spent designing and facilitating leadership and interpersonal skills workshops, Rich has a deep-rooted expertise in driving change and fostering innovation within teams. He specializes in ...

Rich McLaughlin has been at the forefront of innovation and employee engagement for over two decades. With more than 13,000 hours spent designing and facilitating leadership and interpersonal skills workshops, Rich has a deep-rooted expertise in driving change and fostering innovation within teams. He specializes in blending external market developments with robust internal engagement strategies, helping teams ranging from as few as eight members to departments of up to 100 employees to initiate and capitalize on innovative opportunities.

Rich’s approach is highly experiential, focusing on enhancing leaders’ people skills over technical skills and fostering a productive and engaging work environment. His clients value his dynamic facilitation style, whether he is leading a leadership workshop, collaborating with specific teams, or encouraging employees to take greater accountability.

His academic and professional journey includes studying instructional design and change management at Accenture, developing and implementing Total Quality Management (TQM) programs at Square D Company, and crafting the leadership curriculum and internal consulting practices at Baxter Healthcare. Over the past eight years, Rich has dedicated his practice to exploring the convergence of Innovation and Design Thinking.

Rich holds an M.A. in Training and Development for Business from Ohio State University and has been a consulting faculty member at the University of Notre Dame’s College of Business since 2000. He is the author of “Rules of Engagement: A Story About How Leaders Can More Effectively Engage Employees” and co-author of “Tapping Team Intelligence: Exercises that Connect Team Members, Engage Their Creativity, and Foster Collaboration

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