The “Good Finding” Employee Training Coaching Model
A key to coaching your people into leaders and maximizing the contribution of their teams.
For all staff at all levels.
Employee Training and Coaching Programs
Performance improvement is directly linked to effective employee training and coaching programs on a regular basis. Leaders in today’s business environment learn the keys to developing by helping your employees reach their potential. Using the “Good Finding” coach model you will lower your peoples’ guards and raise your credibility.
“Good Finding” is an ongoing and dynamic series of job-embedded interactions between a manager and an co-worker, designed to diagnose, correct and reinforce behaviors specific to that individual. Guidance is an iterative interaction designed to help enhance both performance and the personal satisfaction derived from work.
It does not rely on a one-way flow of telling, instead relying on effective questioning, exploration and mutual feedback.
It links the development of the individual to the achievement of organizational goals, recognizing that one leads to the other.
Employee Training – Coaching Learning Objectives
- Understanding what coaching is and what it is not
- Getting your people in the right frame of mind to receive feedback
Help your most important assets commit to what they need to do to raise their level of performance
- The importance of good documentation
Coaching Course Highlights
- Steps for Transferring Skills
- Definition of Coaching
- Components of Effective Coaching
- Benefits of Coaching
- The “7 Golden Rules” of Good Finding
- Learn What Motivates People
1 Day Workshop
2 hours personal coaching follow up per employee
All TDA courses are client-specific and rely heavily on experiential learning including exercises, activities, roleplaying and continuous feedback.