Coaching for Performance and Development

Part of the Supervisory Development Program certificate series »

Course Description

In coaching, a supervisor provides constructive feedback to an employee and together they develop a plan for performance improvement and the development of new skills. Coaching differs from a performance appraisal discussion because it usually focuses on one or two specific issues rather than the entire range of objectives and performance. Coaching is a critical skill that you as a supervisor will use actively through the performance management cycle, one that focuses on engaging employees in problem solving and skill development. 

Topics include:

  • Coaching models
  • Coaching conversations
  • Delivering feedback


Mark Guterman

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