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Employees are much more likely to stick around if they’re being coached, their talents are being developed, and they feel supported by their leaders. But how do you enhance your impact and coach for both performance and development? In this course, instructor Sara Canaday demonstrates the practical application of key coaching skills.
Managing new leaders comes with a unique set of challenges. Even the most outstanding individual contributor can struggle as they unpack their new role and tackle their increased responsibilities. In this course, learn how to support and inspire new leaders as they make this critical transition.
Leaders who provide targeted, ongoing coaching to their employees can strengthen their team and add value to their organization.
In this course, leadership expert Sara Canaday shares the differences between managing, training, and coaching, and provides managers with coaching models and skills to support the development and growth of their employees.
If you’re a current leader in a career rut or someone who keeps getting passed over for leadership opportunities, this course can help you find the forward momentum you need. Learn how to identify the hidden roadblock—or blind spots—that are inadvertently holding you back, and discover how you can manage them to accelerate your career growth.
Critical conversations require using the right approach—and the right words. This course offers practical tips and sample language for having constructive leadership conversations. Sara Canaday explains how to navigate different scenarios, such as disagreeing with coworkers, supporting unpopular decisions, and communicating bad news. With these strategies, you will have the skills you need to take charge of conversations and increase your impact for the moments that matter.
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All too often, professionals are given the opportunity to take on management responsibilities based on the strength of their technical skills. Managerial roles, however, depend on achieving results through others—which requires a significantly different skill set.
Subject matter experts (SMEs) are valuable players on any team, but managing individuals who know more than you do about a particular subject can be challenging. In this course, learn how to identify the mindset and specific needs of the experts on your team, so that you can meet their expectations and provide them with the support they need to grow and excel.
Having the right technical talent is the key to competitive edge. Companies rely on technical professionals such as IT experts, developers, engineers, and data scientists to produce products and services, analyze information, and effectively communicate with vendors and customers. Knowing how to manage and motivate these technical professionals is critical for business success.
An organization’s talent is vital to its success. As a result, it’s crucial that companies provide their employees with the support they need to grow professionally. When managers and HR professionals ensure that their employees receive meaningful feedback from a variety of sources, they can help to spark positive change within their organization.