Our new White Paper “Coaching Employees for High Performance” was co-authored by Anne Fulton CEO of our New Zealand partners Fuel 50 and Natalie Hackbarth Inbound Marketing Manager of Quantum Workplace, an employee feedback software company.
Together they provide a raft of insights into learning and development strategies, consider how to create a coaching culture, then delve into 2 of the key sub-species of coaching: manager coaching and peer coaching in the context of optimising employee engagement and talent management using the powerful career pathing software CareerCENTRE™.
- Why learning and development is essential to your talent strategy
- Top 5 learning and development opportunities
- 4 Keys to creating a culture of coaching
- Manager coaching – empower leaders to advise and develop their people
- Peer coaching – equip employees to give and receive peer feedback
Your ‘Coaching Employees’ White Paper Takeaways
Effective peer coaching and manager coaching requires engagement and employee development:
- Set expectations
- Educate the coaches on their role
- Create structure and templates
- Set a frequency for coaching sessions
- Consider attribution
- Encourage 2-way conversation
- Track, monitor and measure progress
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