Since talent quality is a strategic imperative in the war for talent, building vs. buying talent has become the favored practical option. It costs roughly 1/30th the amount of time and money to develop an excellent person as opposed to hire someone new. As a result, coaching capabilities have emerged as a manager’s primary role. This webcast will provide a set of best practices for defining, designing, and implementing coaching capabilities that produce real, measurable impact. You’ll hear case studies that illustrate practical techniques for creating a coaching culture based on consistent, collaborative, conversations that optimize current talent performance and support the growth and development all individuals in your organization. If you’re responsible for systems and techniques that deliver organizational and team performance, this webcast is for you!
Don’t miss these webcast take aways:
Key drivers of successful human capital management and why coaching is a critical component for talent productivity
How to diagnose and define critical gaps and opportunities for improvement of coaching capabilities within your organization
Apply key coaching principles to develop a practical “blueprint” for improving managers’ coaching for mission-critical performance