Coaching Skills for Library Supervisors: Building a Performance Culture One Employee at a Time

You can create the library workplace you want, where focused, motivated, and self-directed employees want to come to work, develop, and grow. You can learn to coach to get these results. Coaching is an employee-centered and time-focused process. It helps you help them create a realistic prescription for change, using tools, your experience, your guidance, career-path mentoring, and continuing support. Employees can be both taught and led, using coaching interventions that help them build their skills, redirect unproductive behaviors, and become more self-reliant. This webinar will help you solve a complex organizational problem – how to get the very best from your employees, at every level.

Key Learning Outcomes:

•Preparing for coaching meetings, using examples of performance or behavior gaps, not labels
•Dealing with employees' range of emotions
•Assigning "homework" to employees to do at work and reinforce the coaching meeting and discussed tools for change
•Developing a coaching plan and tracking progress over time
•Keeping coaching files

This webinar is approximately 60 minutes. Presented by Dr. Steve Albrecht.

Coaching Skills for Library Supervisors: Building a Performance Culture

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