+Scott Watson

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Management Coaching

Management Coaching is often overlooked as a vital performance improvement tool.  After all, the individual has been promoted because they have demonstrated a certain, and acceptable level of competence in their previous role, and hopefully, potential for being successful as a manager.

But it's not always that simple.  Many managers are promoted to the role because they were technically competent as a technician, where they were responsible for their own performance, rather than having clearly demonstrated the ability to encourage, enable, motivate and support others to commit to, and work towards, the achievement of specific organisational goals.

Do you think that m/any of the managers in your organisation would feel comfortable in asking you, their boss, for assistance in developing their skills in managing priorities, which are often conflicting priorities with somewhat challenging deadlines, or how to turn around poor performance and engage team members?  If they would, fantastic!  If they wouldn't, you may be losing out on a significant amount of potential added value, and indeed, better results.

Here is an example of just how effective and worthwhile a one day management coaching session can be.

If you would like to optimise the effectiveness of your managers, why not get in touch with my team at Summit  Training by emailing Info@SummitTraining.co.uk or calling 0845 052 3701.

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