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The Powerful Act of Coaching Employees

Topic:
The Powerful Act of Coaching Employees
Date:
July 11, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Description
Dr. Greg Stewart is Vice President for Profiles International's Enterprise Solutions Sales Division. He is an experienced human capital expert with over 15 years in management and human resources. Dr. Stewart holds a BA in Organizational Leadership and a PhD in Counseling. He has deep insight into problem-solving and employee motivation and is a phenomenal speaker and blogger of management and leadership.

Coaching not only changes the culture of an organization, but it increases performance and leads to a significant return on investment. Be more than a manager…become a coach!

Move beyond your employee’s annual management evaluation, implement coaching and see the benefits. Coaching is a reliable, consistent management style that creates open lines of feedback and better opportunities for organizations and employees to grow. Here is a helpful idea: Coach early and often. Early, to catch potential problems before they happen. Often, because continuous interest and feedback virtually guarantee better performance. Why make the change? Successful coaching leads to: higher employee motivation and productivity; enhanced relationships and communication between managers and employees and better leadership abilities.

This is a webinar for EVERY LEADERS IN YOUR ORGANIZIATION who responsible for providing feedback to their employees. If you would like your leaders to demonstrate greater managerial courage and provide timely feedback to their employees then make it a must for every front line leader, supervisor, manager, director, vice president and executive attend this webinar.
Who Should Participate
leaders, supervisors, managers, directors, vice presidents, and executives.
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Whitepaper: The Powerful Act of Coaching by Profiles International
Categories
Human Resources Management
Training and Development
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Integrated Talent Management
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
What You Will Learn
  • Good performance rarely happens by accident.
  • How to implement performance coaching.
  • Performance appraisals vs. performance coaching – understanding what’s wrong with the performance review and how to fix it.
  • Common threads of coaching and development.
  • Essential management skills.
  • Five elements of successful coaching: Job Fit; Motivation; Chemistry with the manager; Team chemistry; and leadership.
Sponsored by
Profiles International, Inc.
Profiles International, Inc.
Profiles International offers assessment solutions that enable organizations to select the right people and develop them to their full potential.
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Profiles International, Inc.

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Transform and Succeed
3 / 5
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4 / 5
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Monster Worldwide, Inc.
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Hanley Wood Marketing
4 / 5
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Martin County BOCC
4 / 5
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Centrastate Healthcare System
3 / 5
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Sandy Spring Bank
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Captionmax Inc
5 / 5
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Saputo Dairy Products Canada G.P.
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Advanced Concepts Enterprises, Inc.
4 / 5
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Claremont Savings Bank
3 / 5
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Washington University School Of Medicine
4 / 5
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CPS HR Consulting
4 / 5
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Walgreens Co.
5 / 5
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Carlson Restaurants Worldwide
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Courtemanche & Associates
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HR Management Association of Chicago
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Lee's Summit Community Church
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United States Postal Service
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Menlo Worldwide
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City Of Cedar Rapids
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AlixPartners, LLP
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Allstate Corporation
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ANSA McAL Ltd
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Louisiana Division of Administration
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US Securities And Exchange Commission
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Fauquier Health System
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Vertex Innovations Inc.
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Kettering Health Network
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International Greetings USA
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Menlo Worldwide Logistics
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Assisted Living Concepts, Inc.
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Meridian Technologies
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Coaching is critical in today's business world. There are different approaches. You need to be out with the employees not sitting behind a desk to accurately assess your employees. Once a month performance review is what I utilize. Not full blown but a monthly recap that leads to the 6 month or yearly performance review. 5 / 5
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Arysta Lifescience
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Prime Resources Corporation
good job 5 / 5
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Image of Jillian Bowers, PHR Jillian Bowers, PHR
Towne Park Ltd.
Great Information regarding engagement and coaching! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Halifax Media Group
Great presentation and information about coaching and how it can truly be an asset to our organization. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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LIFE CARE CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC.
Great presentation. I had problems with my connections but could still hear the speaker. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Self Employed
Great speaker. Obviously knows his subject matter inside out. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Wilcox Financial Services Inc
I don't like being invited to a webinar that is specifically to sell me. I want to learn not to be sold
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Orbital Sciences
I joined a little late so I may have missed it but it would be really helpful to have slides in advance for note-taking 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Belcan Engineering
I would have liked more on how to get managers to coach. Should I tell them to meet with each employee every month? Should I tell them they should always know the answer to 5 questions about each of their employee's career development? Yes I get that assessments can help in the process; but what is the process? 3 / 5
Good Presentation
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Scotiabank
Reduce the content on slides. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Hopland Shokawah Casino
Thank you. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Florida Dept. of Revenue
Thanks for the opportunity to learn and the solid information and excellent presentation! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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First American Bank
The information was spot on! I would have liked more slides and polls to hold my attention. 4 / 5
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the speaker used quite a laid back style 4 / 5
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American Public Media
This felt very much like a commercial - i thought it was going to be strategies and processes for effectively coaching employees a skill I am constantly working to improve. It should have been explained as information about profiles international and EQ. 3 / 5
Good Presentation
Image of Tina Theis, PHR Tina Theis, PHR
National American University - Central Administration
this is a product that our university has used in the past. It's a great tool. However the university never used the coaching tool which I felt was a great tool to use. It just took our supervisors too long to understand the idea behind the coaching tool. Too bad. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Very enjoyable and interesting. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation

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