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Who’s leading your business: managers or coaches?

One in the same you say? Not exactly! According to Webster:

A manager is: “One that manages; handles; controls; to direct or carry on business; to make compliant.”

A coach is: “A private tutor; one who instructs or trains a team of performers.”

Managers who operate more like a coach achieve greater business results by getting more out of their employees and helping them to develop to their fullest potential.

Coaches are more successful at employee retention and attracting high-performance employees and as a result, coaches have lower work related stress than managers.

Transitioning from a manager to a coach is no easy task, however, when successful, business results soar.

Participants Will Learn:

1. The differences between managing & coaching.
2. The top 10-winning coaching behaviors.
3. How to role model successful coaching behaviors.
4. How to effectively coach different generations: Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers, Matures.
5. How to measure for success.

Who Should Attend:

• Owners – CEO’s – Presidents
• HR personnel
• Training personnel
• Field supervisors
• Store managers

Seminar Format:

• Half or full-day
• Team-based
• Highly interactive & participatory
• Blended mediums: PowerPoint, video, exercises & lecture
• Best practices sharing
• Case studies
• Participant Personal Action Plan

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