In a study conducted by the Center for America Progress, the cost of losing employees reaches hundreds of thousands of dollars every year, sometimes even millions for larger companies. One way to decrease high turnover costs is to begin coaching employees who are underperforming. Below are four vital steps you must take when coaching underperforming […]
This topic contains articles pertaining to coaching: the often in person guidance of an employee or employees by a senior member of the staff.
In an article for Entrepreneur, Chris Haddon and Jason Balin note that many of us have coaches, mentors, or tutors growing up. Whether we play sports, play an instrument, take an in-depth dive into a specific academic field or just need some additional assistance with schoolwork, we often have someone taking a dedicated and focused […]
There are many reasons as to why group training sessions will not work. Even though old-style classroom-based training has many benefits, often, employees feel forced into attending, and this is not conducive to learning. It’s also possible that they are reluctant to have the spotlight on them or fear role-play, but whatever their concerns, training […]
Today we’ll answer a simple but important question: How do I engage learners who do not think they need training?
Yesterday we took a look at a recent interview with Jason Forrest, CEO and Chief Culture Officer at FPG (Forest Performance Group) to discuss some insights from his book, WTF: Why Training Fails. Today, the rest of that interview.
The L&D Daily Advisor recently sat down with Jason Forrest, CEO and Chief Culture Officer at FPG (Forest Performance Group) to discuss some of the takeaways from his new book, WTF: Why Training Fails. Let’s get started.
Q: What are some obstacles to conducting effective coaching sessions on performance, and how can we overcome those obstacles?
There’s a lot of wisdom in this old teacher’s saw that puts the blame for failure squarely on the student’s shoulders, unfortunately, it’s a pretty common scenario—an instructor has gone through the motions of training, and the participants were present, but lasting effects were nil.
In yesterday’s Advisor, Dr. Robert P. Hewes shared his four steps to ensuring your staff is ready to receive coaching, elaborating in detail on the first two. Today, Hewes provides an in-depth look at the final two steps in the process.
A coaching program is just like any other initiative—you can’t just jump in feet first without preparing your staff beforehand. To get your staff ready for coaching, here are four key steps from Dr. Robert P. Hewes, who is senior partner at Camden Consulting Group, a provider of integrated talent management solutions for organizational and […]