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. This benchmark evaluates your understanding of this topic. Being aware of potential knowledge gaps allows you to better understand your current competency and areas for improvement, so you can find suitable content and curate your own learning path. The courses recommended at the end of this benchmark can help you fill potential gaps in your knowledge.

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