Coaching Practices

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Coaching Practices

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Student rates this course 10/10 stars Completed
Finally, the course with practical material. The previous 2 courses in the specialization was more or less interesting, but mostly I considered them a waste of time, cause it contained explanations, theoretical materials and some general tips without concrete live examples. This course, at least it's second part, contains a lot of practical issues, examples and tips you can really use. It's still not perfect, cause mechanics of coaching is not perfectly presented, but I can wholeheartedly give 5 stars to the course.
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Instructors:  Kris Plachy
School:  University of California, Davis
In order for coaching to be most effective, it’s important that there is strong culture of coaching and accountability which you will learn how to incorporate into your one-on-one meetings in this course. We’ll discuss strategies in coaching great employees who are highly motivated, consistent performers, and poor performers. We’ll explore specific tools, such as a coaching agenda, you can employ immediately in your coaching conversations. You will learn how to use the "Coaching Algebra" technique in typical performance scenarios managers encounter. Finally, you’ll walk away from this course with some concrete strategies on how to coach other coach-managers. If you are ready to begin creating a coaching practice within your own organization, please join us in this course!