Master Basic Coaching Skills
- Are some of your leadership team members overwhelmed or stressed by their responsibilities related to people?
- Are your supervisors in need of learning the basics of coaching their work teams?
We all know that telling people what to do and how to solve their problems doesn’t work. Participants will practice daily coaching skills related to performance management using contemporary practices that yield a highly engaged workforce. The session includes techniques that can be applied to each participant’s environment using the takeaway tools from the session. The coaching model presented reflects a positive approach to leading teams that delivers better results and reduces time spent managing performance problems.
- Solidify daily coaching habits that support key goals using approaches that foster trust and engagement.
- Implement a coaching model for performance improvement that includes setting expectations, providing effective training and delivering different types of feedback.
- Based on self-assessment, participants will leave with an effective action plan to build stronger leadership habits.
About the Facilitator:
Cheryl M Jekiel is the Founder of the Lean Leadership Resource Center (LLRC). Her team helps innovative companies and organizations weave principles of operational excellence into the fabric of their company culture to get sustainable, improving results.
Ms. Jekiel has held senior executive roles as a Chief Operating Officer, Vice President of HR and several other leadership roles in manufacturing. Ms. Jekiel has developed an expertise in Lean manufacturing with a particular focus on Lean cultures.
As the author of “Lean Human Resources: Redesigning HR Practices for a Culture of Continuous Improvement”, Ms. Jekiel is committed to building Lean HR as a recognized field of work.
Cheryl resides in the Chicagoland area with her husband and two playful dogs.