Coaching Training Videos
Courage to Coach for Retail: A Common Sense Approach to Confronting Tough Employee Performance Situations
Video Streaming Also AvailableEmployee development hinges on effective coaching. Knowing how to approach the tough performance situations and coach for results is critical to a manager's efforts to build a high-performing team.
These activities provide stimulating exercises, realistic case studies, and creative role-plays that will enable your managers and supervisors to sharpen their skills in several key coaching roles - as team leader, facilitator, counselor, and director. Each fully reproducible activity is organized in a user-friendly format with detailed trainer's notes, clear objectives, and suggested variations for customizing the activity to meet your group's needs.
Generation conflict costs billions of dollars in lost productivity to organizations like yours worldwide - not to mention the incalculable effects on motivation and morale. Now there's help with generational expert Cam Marston's new DVD course, Mixing Four Generations in the Workplace.
America's primary labor supply for the next decade -- mostly in their teens and twenties -- represents the smallest population group in U.S. history and the thinnest pool of entry level workers in modern times. There simply are not enough of them to go around, particularly in the service industries. And every time a business loses an employee, the high cost of attracting, hiring and training a replacement cuts into the profit margin.
Here’s a great way for your leaders to gather feedback from sources all around them and learn to work better with their supervisor, peers, and direct reports. 360-degree feedback using SLTI provides the leader and the direct report with a powerful platform to review their supervisor/direct report relationship. How and why the leader has used a specific approach or strategy can be examined, as well as the direct reports perception of the approach or strategy being used.
Few techniques have greater potential to initiate positive behavior change than 360-degree feedback with SLTI. Following discussion of the leader¹s feedback, there is a natural segue into clarifying roles and responsibilities, as well as a review of performance.