Four key reasons why coaching a team is important:
Ensuring that people are doing the right things effectively and efficiently and at the most appropriate level of cost is a key factor in delivering high levels of performance
Enabling people to perform at the peak of their creativity delivers success in the current marketplace
Getting people engaged in the business at every single level and performing to their peak is an essential element in a highly competitive marketplace
Making sure that the left people are performing at the left level, in the left place at the left time is indispensable.
All these factors mean that companies need to have people who can effectively manage, and coach employees to deliver at higher levels, to develop and stretch their skills and abilities and to ensure long-term development of the business.
Who should attend
Managers, executives, trainers, instructors, facilitators, team leaders
To request for proposal
Please email Shahrukh Moghal at:
At the end of this programme participants are expected to:
understand and exhibit the competencies required of a good coach
identify subordinates capabilities and coach them to higher performance thereby building capability at the departmental level
evaluate employee capabilities and create employee development plans
coach staff to deliver timely feedback
coach staff to undertake job enrichment to develop capabilities
Our Expert Trainers
Our trainers are PSMB Certified. They possess vast relevant experience in their own specific fields as practitioners and trainers. Each comes with an impressive list of clients whom they have personally rendered their training services to. Trainer profiles are attached with each training proposal sent to clients.
This 2-day programme has been specifically designed to help you prepare for the future by facilitating high performance in the latest techniques of coaching. Its focus is on developing you as a coach and it offers skill practice, personal reflection, feedback and learning. PowerPoint presentations games exercises case studies role plays video clips.