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Basics of Coaching for Managers and Supervisors

Date: July 31, 2017
Time: 1:30pm-5:30pm
Venue: Lourdes Suites, Makati City

The workplace and our employees are undergoing rapid changes.  Getting employees to perform through rigid supervision and instruction
as well as based on fear and punishment are now seen as becoming less effective. 
Why? It is because "telling" them what to do is no longer enough. We need to  promote learning by creating a genuine environment of support
and inspiring employees to deliver the best results. How? Managers and supervisors need to act more as coaches than commanders.
More and more employees are becoming averse to management "control." What they want is "guidance and coordination."

It is our responsibility as managers and supervisors to encourage and boost employee productivity. The main objectives of this seminar are:
    1. To help managers and supervisors use coaching to get the job done 
    2. To develop in their employees a strong sense of ownership and initiative 
    3. To spark and sustain the motivation and commitment to deliver the best results
This seminar provides the basics on how to be a good coach to your employees. Leadership means getting people to enthusiastically attain
objectives with precision. Learning how to effectively coach employees can help develop competencies and positive mindsets that would deliver
dramatic results for your company.
Module I – The New Leadership Challenge
A.  Managing and Leading People: What's the difference?
    1. Managing Resources
    2. Guiding People
    3. Achieving Results
B.  The Motivational Push and Pull 
    1. Supervision and Coaching: A Comparison
    2. Coaches as Magnets for Better Performance
    3. Building your Credibility as a Coach
Module II - The Need for Coaching and Mentoring Explored
A.  Why Coach? 
    1. People Development and Creating More Leaders 
    2. Retaining Quality People 
    3. Promoting Teamwork
B. Coaching, Mentoring and Counseling: What's The Difference? 
    1. The Coaching Role 
    2. The Mentoring Role 
    3. The Counseling Role
Module III – Preparing your Coaching Intervention


A. The Coaching/Mentoring Framework 
    1. What is the Problem?
        a. What is happening?
        b. What should be happening?
    2. What is the Root Cause?
        a. Skills
        b. Motivation
        c. Resources
        d. Environment of Support
        e. Others
    3. Who needs to be coached or mentored? 
    4. Who can be the best coach? 
    5. What are the Key Performance Indicators? 
    6. How do we create the coaching/mentoring plan?
B. Best Practices in Coaching and Mentoring 
    1. Clearing the Path to Change
        a. Setting up Base Camps for Improvement
        b. Effective Communication and Dialogue Processes
    2. Forging an Agreement between Coach and Coachee
    a. Scope of the Coaching Intervention
    b. The Coaching Timeline
    c. Method of Delivery
    d. Reviewing the Outcome



The P1, 499+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made until January 16, 2017 and paid within the assigned due date  

The P1, 699+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made starting 
January 17, 2017 and paid within the assigned due date and P1, 999+VAT per participant, per seminar will be applied for on-site payments. 

[ Seminar Fee includes snacks, materials and certificate of completion ]

Duration: Half-day

Rate: P1,699

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