CAPITALIST WEBINAR: What Game of Thrones Can Teach HR About Coaching Styles and Building Teams!!!

The HR Capitalist

A FOT webinar mashing HR stuff with Game of Thrones. That’s why we’ve built our next webinar around Game of Thrones. . Odds are you’ll find a mother of dragons, a short fellow and dire wolf owner in this breakdown. . — We’ll breakdown the five most common coaching conversations in corporate America today and tell you which Game of Thrones leader your managers should emulate to nail the conversation—so they can maximize their team member’s performance. —

Knowledge Bomb – Fistful Of Talent Style – #GOT

What is Paul Thinking

If you’re a fan of the HBO series stop reading and just click here to register for a Fistful of Talent webinar (you know FOT webinars go to 11) “RAISING DRAGONS: What Game of Thrones Teaches Us About Performance Coaching and Building Teams.” That’s why we’ve built our next webinar around Game of Thrones. We’ll wrap up the webinar by telling you what the coaching styles of the 5 characters featured means for their future—and the future of the teams they lead.

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WEBINAR: What does Game of Thrones have to do with performance coaching?

Steve Boese

So what does the popular TV series Game of Thrones have to do with performance coaching and building great teams at work? But it seems popular with you kids, and even more popular with your pals over at Fistful of Talent - so much so that they have latched on to the idea of tying the show into some lessons for the workplace in the next installment of the FOT free webinar series. That’s why we’ve built our next webinar around Game of Thrones.

3 Typical Problems First-Time Managers Face—and How to Solve Them

The People Equation

Taking on your first official management role is exciting. In a webinar with over 900 first-time managers, The Ken Blanchard Companies asked people to list their biggest challenge when they made the leap from individual contributor. Making the leap from “leading one’s self” to “leading others” is of keen interest to me, so I reached out to the Blanchard Companies for more information on their new program for first time managers. Performance Management Issues.