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Coaching for Performance

Date(s):
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
8:45 AM–9:00 AM Pacific time: Registration
9:00 AM–12:30 PM Pacific time: Webinar
Format:
Webinar
Status:
Active

3.5 CE Hour(s) of Communications and Leadership Learning

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Event Details


Cost

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Registrant Early Bird Price: $239.00 + GST until May 7, 2024

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Registrant Regular Price: $339.00 + GST

Non-Registrant Price: $339.00 + GST

Student Price: $169.50 + GST
*Student pricing is eligible for participants in Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Student Program

Contact

Katie Quinn | Continuing Education Coordinator
Direct: 604.412.4893
Toll Free: 1.888.430.8035 ext.4893
Email: [email protected]

Event Presenter(s)


Helen Schneiderman

Kwela Leadership & Talent Management

Helen has over 20 years’ experience as an organizational development and human resources professional, working as both a consultant and within industry. Helen’s expertise includes training and facilitation, people and leadership development, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, performance management, competency development, career development, recognition, and onboarding. Helen has provided consulting services for a broad range of sectors, including public services, high-tech, financial services, post-secondary education, and retail.

Prior to joining Kwela, Helen worked for a large charity, leading the learning and development function for the organization. Helen also spent time volunteering internationally, supporting non-profit organizations to build their human resources capacity.

Helen has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and English, is a Certified Compensation Professional, and is certified in Mental Health First Aid.

About the Event


How does one hold people accountable for results while still motivating them to give their best? The consistent answer is that by far the largest factor is the behaviour of the manager and more specifically, coaching behaviours.

Engaged employees frequently report that they understand what is expected of them, are empowered to make decisions as their skills improve, and receive feedback when they have done a good job and when they have not. Just as importantly, when they face barriers on the job, the manager makes an honest attempt to understand and problem solve in a constructive way.

This program provides the core management skills that maximize employee performance and engagement. It makes extensive use of skills practice using actual participant case studies in order to ensure relevance and prepare participants for critical conversations back on the job.

Results Participants Can Expect

  • Higher levels of performance of staff members;
  • Improved accountability with respect to people executing on their prior commitments;
  • Increased opportunities for staff to grow their skills; and
  • Higher levels of engagement and improved retention.

Key Focus Areas

  • The link between coaching and employee engagement;
  • Setting goals and expectations;
  • Using the right delegation style for the situation;
  • Listening and empathy;
  • Giving recognition;
  • Giving feedback and holding people accountable;
  • Holding tough conversations;
  • Coaching with the GROW model; and
  • Holding one-on-one meetings with employees.

Target Audience

This course is applicable to people managers at all levels.