Developing Others

  • 15m
  • 15 questions
Smart companies have learned that supporting continuous learning and self-development among employees reaps dividends in productivity and employee retention rates. As a manager, you're responsible for developing people, which includes developing talent in your direct reports through planning, coaching, mentoring, and feedback.

Topics covered

  • Becoming Your Own Best Coach
  • Building Career Development Programs and Succession Planning
  • Coaching Techniques That Inspire Coachees to Action
  • Cultivating a Passion for Learning in Yourself and Others
  • Delivering Feedback That Encourages Growth
  • Developing a Successful Team
  • Developing a Team of Creative Gurus
  • Finding and Nurturing a Mentor Relationship
  • Fostering Mentoring Relationships
  • Gaining a Positive Perspective on Feedback
  • Keeping Your Coachee Committed and Accountable
  • Managing Employee Development
  • Planning for Skills Needs and Managing Performance
  • Polishing Your Feedback Skills
  • Positive Atmosphere:  How Organizational Learning Drives Positive Change

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