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Coaching Skills

There's no doubt that coaching is one of the most effective ways to develop employee potential.  But once managers have been given the responsibilitiy of coaching, they needa fitness regimen of their own.  Show managers how to delegate with skill, implement development plans, and improve employee performance with this selection of assessments, activities, and programs.
  • Coaching Achievement Program | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Coaching Achievement Program In todayís competitive environment, organizations cannot afford to lose talented employees. But individuals who are not properly coached can become under utilized, error prone, and unable to meet their goals. Thatís why itís critical for managers and leaders to coach for achievement every day.
  • Coaching Skills Inventory | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Coaching Skills Inventory The Coaching Skills Inventory offers a logical, 7-step formula for conducting coaching meetings that are based on mutual trust and respect.
  • Coaching for Commitment Workshop | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Coaching for Commitment Workshop Show participants that coaching is a proven strategy for improving performance in todayís environment of intense competitiveness for total customer satisfaction, continuous improvement.
  • ENGAGE | Coaching Skills | HRDQ ENGAGE Research shows that engaged employees are more productive and more satisfied at work. But employee engagement is more than just that. Itís a strategy that can set your organization apart from the competition. The ENGAGE Card System provides an interactive framework that encourages the meaningful conversations that reveal and develop employee engagement levels.
  • Get Fit For Coaching Assessment | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Get Fit For Coaching Assessment Get Fit for Coaching identifies and assesses areas of strength and improvement based on 5 critical skills found in research and literature: Building Rapport, Observing and Analyzing, Questioning and Listening, Providing Feedback, and Facilitating Learning.
  • Get Fit For Coaching - A Skill Practice Game | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Get Fit For Coaching - A Skill Practice Game Enhance your coaching training with Get Fit for Coaching Ė A Skill Practice Game. Based on the Get Fit for Coaching assessment, this fun and fast-paced game gives participants the opportunity to practice the 5 skills vital to effective coaching.
  • Masterful Coaching | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Masterful Coaching Author Robert Hargroveís book, Masterful Coaching Third Edition, is a standard resource for anyone who is a coach, wants to become a coach, or is curious about being an extraordinary coach. He presents his profound insights into the journey to of becoming a masterful coach along with guiding ideas, tools, and methods.
  • Mentoring In The Moment | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Mentoring In The Moment Mentoring in the Moment addresses this modern trend by providing a framework that mentors can use to identify and respond to mentoring opportunities. This 20-item instrument describes mentoring as a journey with specific phases that unfold over time, each requiring a different type of mentoring behavior.
  • Principles of Adult Mentoring | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Principles of Adult Mentoring This assessment provides mentors with an objective means of assessing their mentoring skills, especially those behavioral competencies that are essential for productive interaction with a diverse group of mentees.
  • What's My Coaching Style?  | Coaching Skills | HRDQ What's My Coaching Style? Understanding personal style is the first step to developing successful coaching relationships. By responding to the 18-item What's My Coaching Style? inventory and receiving feedback from coachees, participants identify their personal style and build an understanding of the people they coach.
  • Customizable and Reproducible Products | Coaching Skills | HRDQ Customizable and Reproducible Products What does it take to be an effective coach? Help coaches learn how to conduct effective meetings and reviews, and improve employee performance.