Why join the workshop?
This two-day LeaderShift program aims to introduce participants to the principles and practice of performance coaching and performance management. It begins with the assumption that there is an existing metric system or scorecard.
Managing people and their productivity still has to come with the correct leadership approach, matched with the right tools.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) i?s one of the most commonly used tools which help companies manage their people effectively and guide their progress. The main purpose of Key Performance Indicators is to align the workers' performance with the long-term strategic objectives of the company. Like a compass, Key Performance Indicators help determine if a worker is on the right track. And most companies utilize a Balanced Scorecard - a famous tool in strategic management which provides a clear guide on identifying targets and specific ways to achieve them in determining and tracking KPIs.
In a study done by Bersin by Deloitte called "The Corporate Learning Factbook" in 2013, it reported that employees who attended training programs increased their productivity by 22.4%. But, when training was complemented by coaching, employee productivity levels increased to 88%.
Managers should know that in order to turn a good employee into a leading employee, training alone wouldn't suffice. It is a combination of training, coaching, performance support, and employee assessment that makes the difference.. Corporate learning, when managed well, can be one of your most important sources of competitive advantage. Coaching is an essential skill to help subordinates, colleagues and the organization to achieve peak performance.
This LeaderShift workshop is the third?in a series of four separate but complementary workshops jointly developed by the Inquirer Academy and Salt & Light Ventures. The other modules in the LeaderShift series include:
- LeaderShift module 1: Leader as a PEOPLE MANAGER
- LeaderShift module 2: Leader as a COMMUNICATOR
- LeaderShift module 4: Leader as an INNOVATOR
Who Should Attend:
This program is designed to provide new and incoming supervisors and managers with all the tools and the right skillsets to jumpstart their supervisory/management careers. They will be given specialised instruction and guidance, as well as an evaluation of their performance and progress through the program. The aim is to train highpotential candidates to become high-performance talents recognised and invaluable across their respective organisations.
This performance management coaching training develops participants’ management style and gives them the following skills:
- Establishing agreements
- Understanding coaching principles and the GROW Model
- Establishing Trust
- Active listening
- Powerful questioning
- Asking permission
- Coaching feedback
- Setting goals that energize and motivate
- Setting/reviewing actions
- Building responsibility for improvements and solutions
Sep 8 - 9, 2016