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University of Houston-Clear Lake

Successfully Coaching and Motivating Employees

Next dates

Sep 6—20
2 days
Houston, Texas, United States
USD 850
USD 425 per day


Today's employees do not respond the same as generations past. With a diverse workforce, encompassing four generations in the workplace, managers and leaders must be effective at successfully engaging, motivating and coaching employees.

Motivational tools for bringing out the best in others will be discussed, as well as strategies for moving individuals and organizations towards maximum performance and production. Activities and case studies will provide participants the opportunity, to not only learn, but apply coaching and motivational tips to everyday situations and scenarios.

Target Areas of Knowledge

Definition and application of coaching

Coaching models

Definition and application of mentoring

Employee motivation strategies and theories

Employee engagement and development needs

Strategies for career planning

Key Learning Outcomes

Strategies and models for successful employee coaching

Awareness of similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring

Ability to positively engage employees in creating development plans

Resources and tools to enable managers and leaders insight to employee motivation

Real world application of coaching and motivational models

Who should attend

Aspiring or newly promoted supervisors, process and production supervisors, front-line supervisors, and experienced supervisors who wish to gain knowledge, information and resources to be an effective leader and supervisor in today's diverse work environment.