Make Training More Impactful With Peer-Based Learning

HR Bartender

I know this will sound really weird coming from someone who designs and delivers training for a living but, all learning opportunities do not have to be training. In fact, training can have a greater impact when it’s delivered in concert with other learning opportunities.

Peer to Peer Learning: Why It Should Be Part of Your Training Strategy

HR Bartender

Co-workers play a huge role in the employee experience. An increasing number of organizations include peers in the hiring process so candidates can meet some of their co-workers. Another aspect of the employee experience that we don’t talk about much is peer to peer learning.

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Employee Coaching Works When It’s a Part of Company Culture

HR Bartender

I ran across an article in Chief Learning Officer Magazine titled “ 7 Ways to Create a Coaching Culture ”. There’s one sentence in the article that I want to elaborate on today. The magic of a coaching culture is that it is infectious.” Employees can coach managers.

Coaching Teams

Center for Coaching

Coaching is a fabulous tool for individuals and equally fabulous for supporting teams. Awareness of the potential is increasing rapidly. What are the reasons for coaching a team? What are the steps for providing team coaching?

Agile Feedback: The Secret Weapon of Successful Organizations

Speaker: Angie Wideman-Powell, Director of Human Resources, ClearCompany

As companies make this culture shift, they need to be prepared to deliver feedback in an agile manner that provides employees with necessary corrective feedback in real-time. Managers will likely require coaching on how to provide employees with meaningful feedback in a professional and effective way. Join ClearCompany Director of Human Resources Angie Wideman-Powell to learn how to implement a consistent feedback loop and how it will improve employee performance and engagement.

Moving Forward with Coach Training

Center for Coaching

Coach training develops a skill set that is expected of leaders, HR professionals, Trainers, Talent and Organizational Development professionals, Project Managers, and consultants. Coaching Certification will ultimately be a requirement of all professional coaches. Completing coach training makes sense when: You plan to do coaching work; You want to enhance the quality of your coaching; You are interested in additional tools; and.

Survey: 93% of Managers Need Training on Coaching Employees

WorkHuman

Over the past few months, we’ve run a series of posts covering findings from the latest SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey. The Proven Links Between Retention and Employee Experience ). 1% of Payroll: The Magic Number for Social Recognition Investment ).

Employee Coaching Is a Form of Accountability

HR Bartender

I ran across this image the other day from last year’s HR Technology Conference. It reminded me of the times when an employee has said to me, “My manager is out to get me.”. My thought on this is “No, HR should not be in the room” when a manager is coaching an employee.

Is coach training required to be a coach?

Center for Coaching

Does it matter if I have training? Consider this: if you’re coaching without training, how do you know if you’re doing it correctly? Your client may not know the difference, and without training, the client may not be getting what they want or deserve.

Coaching Ethics

Center for Coaching

A code of ethics provides the code of conduct for how coaches treat their clients and manage their work. About the Coaching Code of Ethics: Most businesses and professions have a code of ethics, so for many, it seems a basic necessity. Currently, coaching is an uncontrolled profession, and many untrained “coaches” are unaware of ethics. Ethics are Important Because: Ethics provide a foundation for the coaching relationship.

Diversity and Connection in Coaching

Center for Coaching

Merriam-Webster says diversity is: “the condition of having or being composed of differing elements: variety especially; the inclusion / regard of different types of people (such as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization.” What is diversity and connection?

Coaching Competency

Center for Coaching

Competencies are the skills identified as critical to the profession. The International Coach Federation defines and measures 11 Core Competencies for coaches. About Coaching Competency: Coaching requires a set of learned skills. Coach training both teaches the competencies and supports application of the skills. Competency is Important Because: Coaches provide a service based on competency.

L&D Playbook Lesson Three: Supporting Managers In Making Online Training Initiatives Effective

Cornerstone On Demand

Editor's Note: Over the past few weeks, we’ve been rolling out lessons for developing up-and-coming employees as leaders and managers. This is the final lesson in our playbook, but be sure to check out lessons one and two , and learn more about the effort in our playbook introduction.

Coaching Agreement

Center for Coaching

A written coaching agreement outlines the parameters of the coaching relationship. It is foundational to building an effective coaching engagement. A Coaching Agreement includes exploring what the client wants from the relationship as a whole and starting each session by determining what the client wants from that session. A written and signed coaching agreement is essential before starting the coaching relationship.

The Importance of Letters: Why a Coaching Certification Matters

Center for Coaching

Obtaining a certification is valuable in any profession, and coaching is no different. In such a rapidly growing industry, showing your commitment to your career through further training and certification is crucial to remain competitive. It can keep you ahead of the game.

Coaching Competencies Engage Coaching Clients

Center for Coaching

During coaching certification , the 11 Core Competencies of a Coach from the International Coach Federation , ICF, are taught and developed. Coaching Competencies. The coaching skills from coach training are skills to develop in life in general.

From a Training Culture to a Learning Culture

ATD Human Capital

Companies have long thought of employee learning as something that happens in a classroom, delivered by a trainer away from the worksite, with content and activities selected by an instructional designer. The problem is not with the quality of training.

Online Coaching Supplants Traditional Methods

HR Daily Advisor

On-the-job training, or OJT, is a practice as old as the wheel, and it hasn’t been until recently that technology has caught up with it. The benefits of online coaching are in its versatility, flexibility of use, and accessibility.

Coach or Mentor?

Center for Coaching

Often people wonder, Do I want a coach, or, do I want a mentor? Understanding the difference is essential for making this call. Alternatively, a coach is a strategic partner that empowers you to explore and discover your own answer. Coach or Mentor?

Training and Coaching Leadership Teams

ATD Human Capital

Coaching a leadership team toward improving its interactions and effectiveness is different from the executive coaching that individual leaders receive to improve their own behaviors.

Leadership Coaching

Center for Coaching

How do you coach for leadership? Describe the characteristics of a leader you admire. How do you communicate team goals and the organization vision? How is the way you communicate perceived? Leaders may or may not know how they come across because they are following the example of others. These questions expand their thinking and open the door to them owning their outcomes. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Phoenix Chapter.

Are We Coaching And Training Too Tactically?

Forbes Coaches Council

What if we utilize something called perspective-based coaching that fuels employees' minds positively on a consistent basis, using coaching questions to help them develop a positive and proactive relationship with change and challenge

Tips for Employee Relocation, Training Conferences and Coaching

The People Equation

My November articles for the HR Answers page cover the issues of successful employee relocation, conference opportunities for people in the learning and development field and how to recognize employees’ natural “intelligences” when you coach them.

Using Coaching Techniques

Center for Coaching

Through the story of one client, this blog series demonstrates the application of various tools and techniques from coach training. The client in this story is a blend of multiple clients with personal information changed to protect their privacy.

Addiction Coaching

Center for Coaching

That is exactly what a trained addiction coach does. With addiction coaching, the addict is able to learn how to more easily manage things and make better choices for their life. Addiction Coaching. What is the longest time you have stayed clean?

2 Lessons Coaching Teaches Remote Workforce Managers

Center for Coaching

Coach training or a certified coach can help professionals improve their performance in different aspects of life: health, career, relationships, etc., In the realm of work, a certified coach can help remote managers improve their management, communication, and leadership skills.

Why Coaching?

Center for Coaching

Why coaching ? An individual who has a coach discovers their own answer with the help of their coach. The success rate of someone who has a goal or dream is higher if that person came up with the way forward versus getting the way forward from someone else.

6 Training Ideas for a Smoother HR Technology Rollout

Visier

Training colleagues to use a new HR technology can be daunting and there is a lot of pressure to get it right. As a trainer, before you step into a classroom prepare yourself with these six training ideas: 1. The “issue” was resolved in a single mouse click.

About Assessment Coaching and Assessment Certification

Center for Coaching

According to the International Coach Federation, ICF, coaching is, “a strategic partnership in which the coach empowers the client to clarify goals, create action plans, move past obstacles, and achieve what the client chooses.”.

Benefits of Addiction Coaching

Center for Coaching

An addiction coach with their coaching certification and expertise in the area of addiction is prepared to help clients achieve goals, improve their life, and focus on living in recovery. Benefits of Addiction Coaching. By Patrick Bailey, [link].

Understanding a Coaching Client and Their Objectives

Center for Coaching

Prior to engaging a new client, start by establishing a common understanding of the coaching relationship. During the coaching, the coach uses what they learned in coaching certification to be present to and understand their client as an individual.

Coaching Empowers Exploration

Center for Coaching

Exploration is the process of discovery and/or consideration. During coaching sessions, the coaching process supports clients to explore. About Exploration: Coaching sessions are an opportunity for a client to explore their goals, ideas, opportunities, and possibilities; this process is empowered with questions asked by the coach. Exploration is Important Because: The exploration process serves to create clarity for the client.

Coaching Competencies Empower Clients

Center for Coaching

In the last blog, empower and empowerment were defined and then explored as part of coaching. Coach training involves a paradigm shift from giving solutions to empowering the client to discover and create their own strategies. Coaching Competencies Empower Clients.

Career Coaching

Center for Coaching

Here is an example of a career coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. Sometimes the challenge is recognizing which role will best serve the coachee – trainer, consultant, or coach. Often the answer is all three roles.

Coaching Skills for Remote Workforce Managers

Center for Coaching

Remote work is on the rise. Lessons from coach training or through working with a certified coach are valuable for professionals interested in improving their remote team management skills. The Rule of Silence. The Power of a Forward Focus.

Coaching and a Coaching Culture Differentiated

Center for Coaching

The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “a strategic partnership in which the coach empowers the client to clarify goals, create action plans, move past obstacles, and achieve what the client chooses.” The ICF publishes a table that explains how coaching competencies are evaluated including reasons credentialing may be denied. Bottom line, if someone is telling, directing, or advising, they are NOT coaching.

Communication in Coaching

Center for Coaching

This empowers the client to use the coach as a sounding board, really explore options, and choose their plan of action. About Communication: The first skill of communication is listening; coach training includes moving past biographical listening or listening to respond so coaches learn active listening, rephrasing, and reflecting. Coaching questions are unique and powerful. The choice of words influences focus and outcomes.