Coaching High Performance Program

Coaching High Performance Program Overview

The learning event is over; people are returning to their jobs and their performance will improve – right? Not necessarily! Performance will only improve if the new skills and knowledge are supported back on-the-job. Managers, supervisors, and peers need a coaching framework that continuously nurtures improved individual performance.

Coaching High Performance is a highly interactive program will give you the coaching skills and strategies you need to achieve better results and reach your organizational performance goals.

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No Public programs scheduled at this time. Please contact FKA to have us deliver a customized or Off-the-shelf program at your location or online, or take advantage of our One-on-One Coached Learning Services. Coached Learning is available on any topic area covered in our programs. Call us at 1-800-FKA-5585.

Who Should Attend the Coaching High Performance Program?

  • Managers, directors, supervisors, or team leaders who want to improve employee performance.
  • Senior learning and development staff and performance consultants responsible for assisting management with performance and productivity improvements.
  • Use effective coaching to leverage formal learning and improve ROI for your organization.
  • Develop coaching strategies to continuously improve day-to-day operations.
  • Practice your new coaching skills in a series of realistic situations.
  • Get expert individual feedback as you build your coaching skills.
  • Return to work ready to immediately apply your new coaching skills and strategies to help employees improve their job performance.
  • Take home a comprehensive manual packed with jobs aids and reference materials that will help you address future performance issues.
  • Receive Complimentary Post-Learning Sustainment.
  • Identify the benefits, characteristics and methods of coaching.
  • Explain the roles and nature of coaching.
  • Identify your current abilities as a coach.
  • Describe why and how people learn.
  • Create a coaching plan.
  • Use a coaching process to increase learning transfer and performance.
  • Create rapport with individuals being coached.
  • Listen for understanding.
  • Use effective questions in a coaching situation.
  • Generate awareness and responsibility in individuals being coached.
  • Provide reinforcing and constructive feedback to individuals being coached.
  • Achieve agreement.
  • Identify guidelines for effective distance coaching.
  • Identify problem-solving approaches and related techniques to help individuals being coached overcome obstacles.
  • Facilitate coaching meetings. 
  • Overview
    • The Context of Coaching
    • Coaching, Counseling, Mentoring and Tutoring Defined
    • Attitudes, Skills and Behaviors of Effective Coaches
    • The Coaching High Performance Model
  • Coaching Principles and Practices
    • Benefits of Coaching
    • How the Coaching Process Works
    • The Manager as Coach
    • Characteristics of the Adult Learner
    • Learning Styles
    • Performance Coaching
    • Coaching in Action
    • Learning Transfer
    • High Performance Training and Coaching Strategies
  • Coaching Skills
    • Observing and Creating Rapport
    • Listening for Understanding
    • Questioning
    • Providing Feedback
    • Reaching Agreement
  • Distance Coaching
    • Using Technology with Distance Coaching
    • Guidelines for Effective Distance Coaching
  • Problem-Solving
    • Models
    • Tools
    • Techniques
  • Coaching model
  • Coaching and learning styles inventories
  • 90+ strategies to improve learning transfer
  • Guidelines and best practices to support the five coaching skills
  • Coaching, learning, and communication checklists
  • Problem-solving strategies, techniques, and tools
  • Action plan templates
  • Seven simulation exercises to immediately practice what you just learned.
  • Two days – $1,499 – plus applicable taxes