Learn the process for effective performance management and development of your employees.
Performance Coaching and Development teaches the tools and techniques for providing constructive performance feedback, as well as a step-by-step approach to coaching employees to achieve peak performance. The seminar explores the concept of a team and the importance of goal setting, accountability, performance measurement, and performance coaching to an individual or teams success. Participants will understand legal requirements and their impact on the development and application of coaching techniques. The seminar also teaches the concepts of formal and informal coaching, techniques for building performance confidence, and how to manage poor performance.
The seminar provides hands on practice of coaching and feedback techniques which build confidence and competency for seminar participants. Immediate feedback from peers and the instructor provides opportunities for self-improvement.
This is a core module in the Human Resource Development Program and the Public Sector Leadership and Management Development Program.
Business owners, managers, supervisors and human resource professionals.
Develop your performance coaching and development skills through professional development in:
Continuing Education Contact Hours: 14
Travor Brown is a Professor at the Faculty of Business, Memorial University and Director of the Masters in Employment Relations (MER) Program. Travor has taught at the University of Toronto (where he received his PhD in Industrial Relations), University of Ulster, and Memorial University. He has won several teaching and research awards. In addition, his industry experience with Nortel Networks and Abitibi-Price includes a variety of Human Resource Management and Labour Relations roles throughout Canada and the United States. Today he continues to have links with industry through practice, research and consulting. Travor has published and presented research papers extensively in areas concerning employee and managerial development. He currently holds a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) grant concerning training effectiveness.
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