Coaching and Mentoring to improve workplace performance
Do you have staff you would like to help? Would you like to develop your coaching skills and help to mentor others around you?
The ability to effectively mentor others is a tremendous asset for any manager or leader of people. The key to this requires specific skills to establish the gap between where individuals are now and where they want to be, to provide honest and valuable feedback, and to enable others to see challenges in a different way and find answers that they had not considered before.
Supervisors and Managers who learn to use a coaching approach will get better long term results and avoid the pitfall associated with a “command and control” style. Continuing with a “command and control” style will result in greater workloads for the Manager and low levels of staff engagement, poor team culture and low work performance.
This workshop is a great opportunity to grow and develop your coaching skills, and to equip you with the knowledge, tools and strategies to be an effective leader. Don’t miss this opportunity to develop and grow your mentoring skills and impact on others. This will be a practical half day workshop.
Outcomes from using the coaching and mentoring style are
• Greater team performance results that meet the needs of the group and the business.
• Improved high levels of employee commitment.
• improved employee skills and abilities.
• employees engaged and perform to their best and are as self-sufficiently as possible.
• Greater productivity by maximizing your resources.
• Constructive working relationships with your staff.
Presenter: Malcolm Eadie
Malcolm has extensive business experience having managed three businesses for other people and two of his own. His current business, Progressive Solutionz.biz, assists local companies with strategic planning, staff training, implementing safety systems and effective marketing. He is a mentor with Business Mentors NZ and an approved training provider with NZ Trade and Enterprise.
You may be eligible for 50% NZTE funding. Please enquire.