Coaching for Peak Performance
Nothing is more important to becoming a more effective manager than the ability to be a successful COACH. The training/development process in “Coaching for Peak Performance” has proven over and over again to be valuable in helping one become more skilled at coaching. Each participant leaves the workshop with three Workshop Outcomes:
- A specific, accurate assessment of their Coaching Skills. In addition to assessing their coaching skills, the Job Relations Inventory (distributed in advance to each direct report) provides an in-depth motivational analysis of their direct reports.
- Practical strategies for better employee retention and increased employee motivation. The take away here is a personalized coaching game plan for each workshop participant.
- Hands-on skill development and real world practice sessions that go far beyond the normal training process for contributing to each participant’s being a better coach. Includes three private video recorded skill development practices – with self discovery by each participant of what they can do better and quality feedback from a small group of others in the workshop.
Video Recorded Practice And Feedback
This two-day workshop gives participants several opportunities to practice developing their coaching and feedback skills. Acclaimed worldwide as the premier coaching process and workshop, over 160,000 people have been trained in coaching and management skills using a video recorded process that many say is the “real thing.”
- The Manager/Leader as a Coach
- Results of the Participant’s Personal Coaching Assessment (JRI) Including Complete Motivational Profile of Employees
- Developing the Participant’s Personal Coaching Game Plan
- The Coach as Motivator
- Coaching through Improved Communication and Participation
- Coaching by Providing Clear Direction
- Goal Clarity and Objective Setting
- Coaching through Positive Expectations and Recognition
- Coaching through Developmental Feedback
- Performance Improvement
This day is almost entirely dedicated to “Learning through Doing,” with each participant practicing two different coaching skills. The two coaching skills the participant chooses to practice are identified through the summary report (Coaching Playbook) and determined by the JRI assessment on what is identified as improvement needs. Special focus is given to what the employees’ motivation profiles revealed they needed from their manager in order to be even more motivated. Each person uses his/her own real world situations for the practice sessions. These sessions include private video recorded sessions with small group playback and analysis. The trainer-to-participant ratio in the skill practice groups is 1 to 5.
“ I attended the Hayes Group Coaching for Peak Performance in February. The instructors, content, class size, and classmates made it, by far, the best such training I have had in more than 14 years in management. Mike Comer and Marge Hayes provided an enjoyable and comfortable atmosphere in which to coach us on how to handle not so enjoyable or comfortable situations in our work places. The small class size and our individual work groups allowed each of us to share our observations with one another in a very relaxed and collaborative way. As I watched myself on video handle various leadership situations on TV with Mike’s role-play deserving of an Emmy, it was very clear what my strengths and areas for improvement were. I finally saw myself as others do. I still replay my CD from time to time as a reminder. I left the class with an increased self-awareness, fully energized, and anxious to apply what I had learned with the confidence and skills to be a much better leader and coach.”
– Stew Shannon, Director of Quality Assurance at Curtiss Wright
Marge Hayes is a Managing Partner of The Hayes Group International, Inc. In this position she leads initiatives to improve leadership and organizational effectiveness. Examples of her recent consulting work include design and implementation of performance management systems; planning and team development for groups of executive leaders; change management; and management coaching. Marge has been a part of The Hayes Group since 1995. Her work… Read more »
Mike Comer is President for The Hayes Group International, Inc. His responsibility is for the areas of organizational and team development, leadership assessment and development (executive coaching), and training development and delivery. He has over 25 years consulting experience with both Fortune 50 companies as well as smaller organizations in organizational development, leadership assessment and development (executive coaching), and training development and delivery. Mike started… Read more »
Tom Jackson is a Senior Consultant with The Hayes Group International. He has spent his career coaching, guiding and implementing best-in-class innovative practices in business development, operations, lean-sigma transformation and engineering. His work with Hayes concentrates in the areas of executive coaching, team development, strategic change management, organizational effectiveness, facilitation and speaking. He specializes in guiding management objectives with fiscal insight and accountability while providing… Read more »
Bo Carrington is a Senior Consultant and Government Services Lead for the Hayes Group International, Inc. Bo brings over 17 years of varied leadership experience to his clients. He has special skills in helping organizations bring out the best in themselves and their leaders. Bo is a professional facilitator and trainer with particular expertise in leadership development and coaching. His intuitive approach to coaching has… Read more »
Larry Scruggs is a Senior Consultant with The Hayes Group International. Larry brings over 30 years of organizational and leadership experience to his clients. He concentrates in the areas of leadership development, coaching and workshop delivery. Larry has been a business management entrepreneur for over 30 years and in the financial investment industry for over 16 years, including positions as a manager of a large retail… Read more »
Shirley Dilsworth is a Senior Consultant with the Hayes Group International specializing in executive coaching, leadership development and helping organizations understand how to avoid and handle employment law issues. Shirley has more than 25 years of experience in a variety of progressively responsible positions including Manager Diversity, Assistant Director Diversity followed by Director, Employee Relations for CIGNA, Corporate Manager Diversity and Manager Human Resources for… Read more »
The cost of this public workshop is $950 per person. This fee includes workshop materials, breakfast & lunches (both days), and selected essays and books on maturity and leadership. Fee does NOT include transportation or hotel accommodations.
All workshops can also be conducted in-house and completely customized for your needs. Please contact us at 336.765.6764 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details and pricing for in-house workshops.