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This webinar will cover the basic concepts regarding the value of coaching your employees followed by presenting a structured methodology for actually preparing this discussions prior to conducting them.
All people new to supervision or supervisors that struggle with having these types of coaching discussions or more senior supervisors that are looking for a more structured and "better way" to have coaching discussions will benefit from this webinar.
Why should you attend:
Do you have employees that are not performing as you would expect? This webinar is designed to give you the tools and confidence to plan and develop a structured "coaching discussion." After this webinar you will be able to have discussions with your employees that will help them improve their performance in a non-threatening way.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Recognize the benefits of coaching
- Identify the qualities of a good of a coach
- Learn effective coaching techniques
- Understand the coaching process
- Prepare a "coaching discussion"
- Human Recourse Professionals
- Training Director
- Employment Managers
Martin LevySPHR is a Human Resources Professional with over 25 years of increasing management responsibility with major corporations across several industries including finance, retail, healthcare, and aerospace.
Just prior to starting his own consulting company, Martin was the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for PFF Bank & Trust for over 10 years.
He has served as adjunct faculty for the University of Redlands, Keller Graduate School of Management, the University of Phoenix, and L.A. Valley College.
Martin has his Senior Professional in Human Resources designation from the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College and a Master’s degree from Cal State, Long Beach.