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How To Coach Employees To Maximum Achievement

This new, one-day seminar from Dale Carnegie Training gives you the skills you need to help each employee become as successful as possible, discover abilities they didn’t think they had and raise the bar on performance. Even problem employees will respond positively to these performance feedback techniques. As a supervisor or manager, your most productive time to motivate success is in your scheduled one-on-ones or those chance one-on-ones that occur during the day. This is the time when you have an employee’s full attention and you can speak openly and candidly. Yet so many supervisors waste these precious moments in random conversation because they lack the skills to turn these conversations into behavior change opportunities.

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課程內容

- Gain tools to help each employee become as successful as possible - Learn to speak openly and candidly to create positive behavior changes - Use a coaching agenda to drive change - Develop a coaching style that works for you to give others guidance and direction - Utilize the coaching process to build individuals and teams

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為何需要學習本課程

- Keep your high achievers challenged and interested - Transform problem employees into assets - Gain cooperation with an appeal that works every time - Help employees raise the bar for themselves and inspire them to go that extra mile - Guide employees toward maximizing their abilities and then blend these individual talents into a high-performance team - Create clear objectives, expectations and definitive roles for all team members - Encourage intelligent risk-taking - Give negative feedback without causing resentment - Specify ground rules that keep coaching sessions on track

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Learning how to approach meetings with a coaching agenda that will drive individual, team and corporate success.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie