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Essential Elements of Effective Coaching - Webinar

  • ID: 4399582
  • Webinar
  • March 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 90 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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Effective leaders know they must continuously improve in order to stay ahead. Part of that improvement includes improving those in their organizations. The best leaders have developed the skills and knowledge necessary to coach their employees toward that improvement.

Beyond just the annual performance evaluation and corrective action plans, coaching helps employees realize their potential and focuses on growth and opportunity. Effective coaching goes a step further and places the emphasis on results.

Objectives of the Presentation:
  • Understand what coaching is and how it is different from mentoring, counseling and teaching
  • Identify the elements of an effective coach
  • Be able to articulate the ROI of effective coaching
  • Develop a coaching strategy for your organization
  • Understand the role and competencies of an effective coach
  • Learn the do's and don'ts of coaching
Why Should you Attend:

Many leaders want to be known as more than good managers, they want to leave a lasting legacy in their organizations. Coaching others to success involves understanding where the employee is today, where they want to be in the future and understanding the competencies to get them there.

Areas Covered:
  • Coaching - defined and differentiated from other programs
  • Learning how to develop a coaching strategy for the organization and communicating the ROI of coaching
  • Developing a coaching model to help other managers understand how to be an effective coach
  • Walking through a coaching session and learn what to say and what not to say
  • What happens before, during and after coaching
  • Identifying common mistakes that happen while coaching
Topic Background:

Many believe they are great at coaching however too often, managers aren't, instead they are providing step by step instructions on how to do a job, and in some circumstances, they do the job for the employees.

Coaching is key to an effective performance management program. Without this development aspect, employees will fail to realize their true potential. Not only will the company suffer, but so will the employee and the manager. Understanding the do's and don'ts of coaching is key to becoming a successful coach.
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  • Chad Sorenson Mr Chad Sorenson,
    President and Founder ,
    Adaptive HR Solutions, LLC

    Chad Sorenson is the President and founder of Adaptive HR Solutions, LLC and has over 20 years of diverse business, communications and human resource experience.

    He works with companies that range from 5 to 1,200 employees and focuses on leadership development, manager training, employee performance management and employer compliance in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, construction trades, and professional services organizations. Prior to founding Adaptive HR Solutions in 2008, Chad has been Vice President, Director and Manager of Human Resources for several companies in the Jacksonville area.

    He is certified as a SHRM-Senior Certified Professional and a Senior Professional in Human Resources. Chad serves on the Executive Committee as the Treasurer for the HR Florida State Council, which has over 14,000 members statewide. He is also the Immediate Past President of SHRM Jacksonville having served as President for 2015 and 2016. Chad regularly speaks to other SHRM Chapters and business associations across the state on topics such as leadership development and employee engagement.

    Chad is an Eagle Scout and a graduate of Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. The keys to his success are Devotion to God, Dedication to Family, Continuous Service, Lifetime Learning, and Always Remembering to Laugh.

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  • HR Leaders
  • Senior Executives
  • Organizational Development Professionals
  • Talent Management Professionals
  • Direct supervisors, managers and directors
  • Leaders of company culture
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