Skills for Managers
Wednesday, July 2nd, at 2:00 p.m. Central Time
Program at a glance:
- Learn proven methods that recognize your staff’s effort and reward
- Find out how to provide the appropriate amount of direction—without
being too hands-off or overbearing
- Discover the rules a manager must follow to help the team function
- Learn how to have one-on-one conversations that focus on performance,
inspire employees, and deliver results
- Master techniques that hold team members accountable for their
own behavior while still offering support from management
- Know when to ask for guidance yourself and where to seek it
- Discover how to get the right people on your team in the first
- Become an effective communicator who feels comfortable giving feedback—both
good and bad
“Once used to bolster
troubled staff, coaching is now part of the standard leadership development
training for elite executives and talented up-and-comers at IBM, Motorola, JPMorgan
Chase, and Hewlett-Packard. These companies are discreetly giving their best
prospects what star athletes have long had: a trusted adviser to help reach
—from the Associated Press
What is the difference between a mediocre manager and a good coach?
You work for the manager. You work with the coach. Coaches never
beg or threaten employees to increase productivity. They improve performance
by giving their teams the desire, ability, and responsibility to achieve success.
While some bad managers are seen only as disciplinarians, coaches are looked
to as trusted allies. Mediocre managers are forgotten, but great coaches are
remembered throughout their employees’ careers.
What are the advantages of becoming a better coach?
Effective coaches create the ultimate win-win scenario: They give their staff
enhanced confidence and improved competency, and they benefit from the better
attitudes and increased performance of their team. Coaches transform the workplace
into an inspirational environment where employees want to succeed. In short,
coaches get the job done better.
How do I improve my coaching skills?
Fortunately, coaching skills are learned skills. Just like learning how to
give an effective speech or conduct an employee evaluation, transitioning from
an average manager to an excellent coach takes training. That’s why HR expert
Hacker and Ragan Management Resources have come together to present
an essential Webinar
to help you become a better coach. In just 75 minutes, you’ll learn the theory,
best practices, and practical steps to become an outstanding coach.
Join us and you’ll walk away with new or improved skills in . . .
- Guiding employees based on their needs for direction (and not your
need for giving it)
- Inspiring employees to stretch their performance and skills
- Giving feedback that gets positive results
- Recognizing and rewarding employee performance
- Getting your employees to be accountable for their actions and decisions
- Asking for guidance yourself
Becoming an effective coach doesn’t happen overnight—but it starts by learning
the proven methods and techniques presented in this Webinar!
Can’t attend the Webinar on the scheduled date? Order a CD
recording of this event. The CD includes all presentation handouts.
Space is limited.
Register now to reserve your spot!
|Webinar + CD
To register by phone, please call 800.878.5331.
100% Money-Back Guarantee: If you do not feel the
Webinar you attended was absolutely beneficial for you and your team, we’ll
refund your money in full—no questions asked!
Fees: Payment must be received upon registration
(VISA, AMEX, MasterCard, and Discover accepted). Your fee includes access via
a toll-free call (one dial-in per site per registration), as well as Web-based
handouts and live Q&A. If you are calling from outside North America, you may
incur long-distance charges or be subject to additional fees.
If someone from your company wants to dial in from a
second location, please submit a separate registration and payment for them.
Instructions and handouts: View
our F.A.Q. for more information on when you will receive
your instructions and handouts.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations will be accepted
through end-of-business day on the Friday preceding the event. Registrants who
cancel within that time will receive a full refund. Cancellations received after
that day will not be refunded.