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Are you new to the world of employee coaching? Are you seasoned but looking to brush up on your skills? Or are you trying to transition into a coaching-centered role? No matter your goal, everyone can benefit from a lesson on effective coaching, leadership development, and training skills. Explore the education coaching webinars at HRDQ-U to improve your coaching abilities today!
Think about coaches who have positively impacted you. Chances are, they were good at motivating, inspiring, and generally encouraging you to be your best self. That’s where a powerful training program and coaching webinars can be valuable.
While there’s no one right way to be an effective coach, several common themes underscore those who truly make a lasting impact:
Goal-Orientation: Grounding your coaching session with clear goals gives participants a clear sense of their purpose and what they are working toward.
Feedback: A big part of coaching is facilitating conversation and helping participants learn through doing. Providing effective, concise, direct and constructive feedback is critical for learning that sticks.
Empathy: Strong coaches understand, relate to, and encourage people by listening to their concerns and meeting them where they’re at.
Transparency: Clear, transparent communication helps you get your point across and keeps everyone on the same page.
Conviction: Standing firm and grounded in your ideas and goals helps the entire group take the subject and lesson more seriously and understand why it matters.
Enthusiasm: As a coach, trainer, educator, or facilitator, you set the tone for the group you’re working with. Impactful coaches know how to make lessons fun, relatable, and engaging with authentic enthusiasm.
Focus: Effective coaches keep the group on track and remind them why they’re there in the first place. Be focused on your pursuit of your collective goals.
Of course, that’s not a comprehensive list of coaching skills. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to coaching. But HRDQ-U coaching webinars and seminars should give you a taste of some of the skills necessary for coaching success.
Uncertainty appears to have embedded itself in our world today with weather disruptions hammering many countries around the globe, while the world is trying to recover from the pandemic that stealthily took nations by surprise, leaving worldwide industries in an economic slump.
Many economists and business executives predict a recession affecting the global economy—forcing organizational leaders to conduct comprehensive reviews of projects to cut budgets and save money.
As a lifelong entertainer and former Walt Disney World team member, I’ve designed and delivered many entertainment and learning programs.
Part 2 of 2: The Most Powerful Force You Ever Didn’t See In Part 1 of this two-part series we looked at the myth of individual initiative and came to the painful conclusion that there’s a limit to what 1-on-1 coaching can accomplish.
North American business culture loves the idea of the powerful individual performer: The visionary CEO pivoting from another industry and leading a super-innovative company; the ultracompetent employee overcoming adversity and rising through the ranks; the wild-eyed entrepreneur seeing every problem as solvable and tackling a giant social issue.