Bridging the Gap between Potential and Performance

“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.”   Ralph Waldo Emerson

Coaching Behavior

Coaching performance can be highly rewarding, yet coaching itself is not easy and is rarely fun. As a result, managers often avoid investing the time required to coach and empower employees to realize their full potential. Coaching Behavior; Facts & Myths is an engaging presentation.

Today’s business climate requires organizations to aggressively develop managers and leaders from within an organization. This program covers one aspect of effective talent management: how to coach and prepare talent to successfully transition to the next level.

In this engaging and informative session you will:

    • Learn some of the neuroscience behind changing behavior
    • Discover the difference between tempering behavior and modifying behavior
    • Engage in the process of understanding the interplay of different behaviors
    • Recognize how to coach behavior-based performance
    • Recognize how different combinations of behavioral attributes affect the perceptions of others
    • Leave with a blueprint and multiple ideas on how to construct a coaching and mentoring program within your organization