Coaching and Counseling Seminar: Two Ways to Guide Employees
This program is designed to increase a manager's skills as a coach and as a counselor. As a coach, a manager
identifies an employee's need for instruction and direction, usually a need directly related to his or her
current work assignments. For example, an employee may be having difficulty learning a new computer system and
may need coaching.
A coaching relationship is indicated when the employee is open to advice and shows little defensiveness.
As a counselor, a manager identifies a problem that interferes with an employee's work performance. For example, an
employee may be suffering from burnout and may lack interest in his or her work. A manager needs to switch from a
coaching to a counseling relationship; the manager builds trust by approaching the employee in an especially supportive,
This program gives equal weight to effective, behavioral and cognitive aspects of the topics of coaching and counseling.
Participants are asked to examine their own feelings about coaching and counseling, to practice key skills, and to
acquire a basic understanding of when and why those skills are necessary.
The current price of this half-day seminar is $250 per attendee. Each attendee will receive an
interactive training guide to accompany the instruction and 4 hours of CPE credit. To reserve
your space, click on the "Sign-up Now" link, complete the registration form, and use the corresponding "Buy Now"
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Upcoming Coaching and Counseling Seminars
||This Seminars is presented when requested
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pages provide a listing of topics being present. Our Seminar Cities by Week provides a
guide to the locations during a calender week.
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Benefits of Attending
Participants will learn to effectively communicate with employees consistent with what the employee needs to
eliminate the barriers for productive work being performed by employee. The methods of Management Communication,
both coaching and Counseling of employees are daily activities employed by workplace leaders to accomplish organizational
goals and if effectively engaged results in a more productive workplace.
-Knowing the importance of how Coaching and Counseling play in a manager's work and the sensitivity a manager must have
in knowing which role to use when
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-Knowing the manager's strengths and weaknesses when coaching and counseling employees
-Knowing the difference between visual and auditory learners
-Knowing the components of Effective Coaching
-Applying Coaching Skills
-Giving Performance Feedback
-Understanding the Concerns about Confronting Others
-The Components of Effective Counseling
-Practicing Counseling Interviews
-When Counseling Interviews Fail
-Retaining the Coaching and Counseling Skills
-Attendees will understand the value of coaching and counseling in a manager's work
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-Attendees will learn how to determine when to coach and when to counsel
-Attendees will examine how their personalities affect the coaching/counseling roles
-Attendees will develop basic competence in applying coaching and counseling skills
Key Issues on the Agenda
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Section 1 - Introduction and Background
Section 2 - Coaching Employees
Section 3 - Counseling Employees
Section 4 - Going Forward
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workshops and consulting on internal controls, auditing, compliance and accounting related subjects. We focus on compliance,
SOX, COSO, PCAOB, COBIT, GRC, risk management, IFRS and IIA Standards.
Corporate Compliance Seminars allows an attendee to earn Official NASBA CPE credit while examining the details of employment law,
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Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Internal Control Frameworks, ISACA's Control Objectives over Information
Technology (COBIT), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Open Compliance & Ethics Group's (OCEG)Governance,
Risk & Compliance (GRC) methodology, PCAOB's Auditing Standard 5 (AS5), and the future conversion from GAAP to
the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
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