I am looking forward to teaching this upcoming course in collaboration with UW Continuing Education, coming up in October. This will be an all-new, completely revamped offering, focused on using coaching-based approaches within an organization.
Coaching is a powerful approach to performance management and human development that enhances employee engagement, helps achieve higher levels of productivity, and creates empowered cultures. Together, we will explore how we can build strong coaching-based relationships within the workplace; use a coaching-based approach to develop teams and individuals; and specific tools and formats that allow us to coach effectively within the workplace.
As a student in the Workplace Coaching Certificate program, you will:
Increase your ability to be present with others
Increase your Emotional Intelligence
Learn new ways of listening - to what’s being said, and what isn’t being said
Develop your ability to ask great questions
Gain skills to help others problem solve more effectively
Learn how to empower others to a higher level of self-accountability
Learning outcomes: as a result of attending this program, you will:
Deepen relationships with team members
Support high-performing individuals and teams
Learn how to cultivate an environment of engagement and collaboration
Gain specific tools and templates that you can apply toward a coaching-based approach
Learn to coach in the moment - acknowledging that oftentimes in the workplace, we are having coaching conversations in a fast paced environment or between meetings.
Deliver feedback that is effective, helpful, and actionable
Gain confidence as a coach and a manager
NEW four-day Coaching Certificate
What: The Workplace Coaching Certificate (WCC) is a new certificate designed to train managers/supervisors, team leaders, and human resource professionals to use coaching as a performance management style that motivates others to take responsibility for their growth and reach important goals.
When: Module 1: Oct 2-3, 2019; Module 2: Oct. 23-24, 2019 | 9am to 3:45pm
Where: Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St, Madison
Who should attend: Leaders, managers, and HR professionals who want to add coaching skills to their tool kit and motivate work performance through employee engagement.
Cost: $1,900; gov’t/nonprofit* $1,300. Lunch included.
*This rate is available to nonprofit and public sector organizations, government agencies, and nonprofit educational institutions. For questions about eligibility, please contact the program director.
Credit hours: 24 instructional hours; 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)