GLD 4: Training and Coaching Methods

Your Training Edge

Now that you’ve determined how to build your global leadership bench, you must make the determination of which coaching and training methods you’ll use-and begin the process of developing the program. Coaches and participants can keep track of each other via email or text, as well.

The Value of Executive Coaching

Continu

If you ever played sports as a kid, you had a coach giving you direction, helping you to improve, and being a source of motivation. Even though you may have not become a professional baseball player, you still need a coach in the business world. A business coach or executive coach provides several benefits. What is an executive coach? Before we discuss the executive coaching benefits, what exactly is an executive coach? Executive coaching benefits.

Cultivate Curiosity with Coaching Cultures

Cylient

That’s what coaching cultures do—they wire up a leadership style that encourages people to integrate some of the fundamental elements of that support curiosity into their day-to-day interactions. It’s called coaching-based leadership. Are you curious about coaching cultures?

Weekly Coaching Tips: Ask Insightful Questions

Cylient

#7 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. But they’re often a problem when you want to coach someone because they focus on eliminating possibilities, not opening them up. Notice the kinds of questions you ask when you’re coaching.

Coaching to Learn; Learning to Coach

The Performance Improvement Blog

Whether developing leadership skills, using the latest software, or operating a new machine, employees need a learning coach. Steve Roesler writes about the nature of this relationship in a recent blog post. Do you want employees to learn?

Weekly Coaching Tips: Expand Your Worldview

Cylient

#6 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. To be an effective coach, it’s essential that you continue to open your mind to new ways of thinking, being and doing. Your coaching will be as limited or expansive as you are. Read Coaching Tip #5 here.

Executive coaching: How do we know it works?

The Performance Improvement Blog

Executive coaching has quickly become a nearly two billion dollar industry. Many companies now rely on coaching for the development of their leaders. Having a coach, once perceived as an admission of failure, is now perceived as a normal part of managing large, complex organizations.

Weekly Coaching Tips: Quit the Blame Game

Cylient

#4 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. If you tend to default to blaming or judging others when you feel they are wrong or deficient in some way, it’s game over when it comes to coaching. Read Coaching Tip #3 here.

Why Building a Coaching Culture Should be a Strategic Imperative—Now!

Cylient

Is building a coaching culture for your enterprise a strategic priority for your organization in 2019, or does it fall further down the list in the “nice to do someday” category? That’s where coaching cultures come in. What is a Coaching Culture? Photo courtesy: iStock / @fizkes.

Weekly Coaching Tips: Look for Potential

Cylient

#1 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. The goal of coaching is to help others realize more of their potential. It’s there, waiting to be realized through your coaching. Take Cylient’s Coaching-Based Leadership Assessment and find out.

How Pairing Coaching and Complexity Can Rewire Our World

Cylient

I believe that complexity and “in the moment” coaching were made for each other for the purpose of accelerating transformational change during the volatile times we are currently experiencing. Simply put, bad coaching kills any kind of change.

Coaching Matters in Sales

Training Industry

Several years ago, I wrote about the five essential characteristics of effective sales coaching, based on CSO Insights’ 2015 sales performance optimization study. Since writing that blog post, I have witnessed that of the five characteristics listed – timely, accurate, consistent, relevant and individualized – only three have demonstrably risen to the forefront of sales coaching. Sales training and coaching need to take place as soon as there is a need.

Why “in the Moment” Coaching is the Foundation of a Coaching Culture

Cylient

That’s why I believe that “in the moment” coaching is the foundation needed to build a coaching culture. When people embrace coaching-based leadership, they integrate coaching approaches into any conversation, with anyone, at any time. As a result, coaching becomes how things get done. It’s important to remember that coaching is much more than a skill. A coaching worldview emphasizes: Igniting insight versus arguing points.

Coaching in your Learning and Development Program

Gyrus

The Role of Coaching in your Learning and Development Program. That is where coaching comes in. In College Football more than anywhere else, a coach can be the difference between five wins a season and obtaining an undefeated record. How can my organization utilize coaching?

You don’t need to be a natural leader to manage like a coach

Kineo

Here, in response to us shouting about the importance of coaching to new manager training, he tells us why to be an effective coach, managers don’t need to holler ‘Rah! Bruce Tulgan, founder of RainmakerThinking is a renowned author and adviser to business leaders all over the world.

Will a Chatbot Be Your Next Learning Coach? – How AI can support talent development in your organization

Learningtogo

Provide personalized conversation about new information, performance coaching or motivation on a 24-hour basis, without the need for a human coach. LearningToGo Blog

Weekly Coaching Tips: Stop Trying to Fix Everyone Else’s Problems

Cylient

#2 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. That very common habit closes down opportunities for “in the moment” coaching faster than anything else. Would you like to know how you are doing with your transition to coaching-based leadership?

Coaching first training Captivate 2019

Adobe Captivate

I had agreed to coach a personalised training 27-28 of August, which was planned for CP2017. I didn’t coach about all the new features as you’ll read. The post Coaching first training Captivate 2019 appeared first on eLearning. Intro.

Online Coaching

Tony Karrer

Catherine Lombardozzi recent post Coaching informal learning sparked something for me around online coaching opportunities. In this post, she adds to the list that a "learning coach" is also needed: Many learners will benefit from having someone to coach them through identifying their learning needs, sorting out the options for learning and development, and processing what they learn when they follow any of the available paths for learning.

Changing the Game. Welcome Coach's Eye!

Visual Lounge

Welcome the newest app to the TechSmith family, Coach's Eye ! What is Coach's Eye? It's an app that provides coaches, athletes and parents a way to capture, analyze and share athletic performance on video using their iPhone or iPod touch. Download Coach's Eye.

Weekly Coaching Tips: Be Present in the Moment

Cylient

#3 of 7 Coaching Tips for Becoming a Better Coaching-Based Leader. When it comes to coaching “in the moment” you have to be present to win. If you can’t give your full attention to someone for the length of a conversation, you can’t coach. Read Coaching Tip #2 here.

Coach’s Eye video analysis app comes to Windows 8.1

Visual Lounge

Coach’s Eye makes it easy to give instant, visual feedback on or off the field. Not only is Coach’s Eye being used by coaches, athletes , and Olympians …but by phys-ed teachers , marching bands , dancers and many others. A: Coach’s Eye for Windows 8.1

The eLearning Coach

Learning Visions

Connie Malamed's blog is one of my favorites. She writes thoughtful, well-researched articles on Instructional Design, using words like "cognition". She's also written a great book on Visual Design. If you're not reading The eLearning Coac h yet, please add it right now to your list

A Year of “The Performance Improvement Blog” in Review

The Performance Improvement Blog

It’s time to do a little year-end reflecting on my blog posts from 2012. Throughout last year I used this blog to illuminate important leadership and management issues. Out of all of these blog posts I’ve selected five that seem to have had the most interest for readers.

Coach’s Eye + TEAMS: Every Practice, Every Game, Every Time

Visual Lounge

Coach’s Eye + TEAMS is now available. Coach’s Eye + TEAMS is designed for coaches and athletes who need to collaborate through video. Pre-game, during the game, or post game, Coach’s Eye + TEAMS provides you with a full video solution. Coach’s Eye + PRO.

Does Sales Coaching Work?

Mindflash

I have never been a fan of sales coaches. Yes, top performing people in any field need a coach. However, my belief is that it’s the sales manager’s job to coach sales people, and if that is the manager’s job, why is a sales coach needed?

Being a Good Coach through eLearning Feedback

Integrated Learnings

I have a friend who plans to volunteer as an assistant coach for his son’s soccer team in the fall. He told me about some of the advice he found on the web about coaching, and I realized that much of what he learned can be applied to coaching in eLearning as well. Instead, we should write feedback for incorrect responses in a way that coaches the learner. Below are a few of the coaching nuggets he shared with me and how I apply them to eLearning. By Shelley A.

What are Coaching Cultures and Why Don’t They Catch On?

Cylient

It’s been ages since I’ve blogged. I’ve been working with the wonderful creative team at Braidio to turn our Coaching in the Moment ® workshop into video-based eLearning ( Feedback in the Moment ® available by the end of 2017). That is, it’s video of me teaching both courses, with coaching scenarios that are brought to life by actors, and debriefed by me in conversation with animated characters, and so much more. What is a Coaching Culture? I’m back!

Coaching via Video

KZO Innovations

Why should you be sure to include video in your coaching methods? Here, we’ll answer these questions and illustrate why you should coach via video in the workplace. If your coaching is procedural in nature, then videos are a great way to present a string of procedures in a comprehensive way that can be referenced again and again. Here are more benefits of creating coaching videos: . They give your coaching added variety and change of pace.

What are Coaching Cultures and Why Don’t They Catch On?

Cylient

In my first blog in this series, I described Cylient’s perspective on what a coaching culture is. Now, let’s look at some of the reasons that coaching cultures don’t always take hold as we want and need them to. Coaching that delivers the kind of enduring change that coaching cultures are founded upon requires significant behavior change on the part of the coach. Yet that’s often what happens with coaching skills training programs.

Exciting Announcement: Coach’s Eye is now on Android!

Visual Lounge

We are very excited to announce that the wait is over… Coach’s Eye is now available on Android! Download it in Google Play and discover all of your favorite Coach’s Eye functionality on your Andriod tablet or phone. What Android devices will Coach’s Eye run on?

Geeky Sports Fans - Win a Copy of Coach's Eye

Visual Lounge

I've got some good news for other late shoppers like myself - bypass the long lines at the stores and win a copy of Coach's Eye for that geeky sports fan in your life! The Coach's Eye team has come up with a list of their top ten gifts for Geeky Sports Fans. Coach's Eye 800 273

8 Years of Blogging

Experiencing eLearning

I missed my anniversary by a few days, but I’ve now been blogging for 8 years. Story-Based Coaching and Mentoring Course. Image Credit: Graphic Stock Filed under: Blogging , Lifelong Learning

Visual Design Tips from the eLearning Coach

eLearningArt

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Connie Malamed, the “eLearning Coach.” What 5 books or blogs have influenced you the most? Graphic Design Tips Instructional Design Tips Posts blog

Practice Early and Coach the Details Later

Integrated Learnings

Then, let them dive into a scenario , perhaps allowing them to experience some trial and error, and then offer additional information in the form of post-practice coaching. If you wait to address it until after the scenario, you can now present it as a form of coaching and feedback. This eLearning blog is brought to you by Integrated Learning Services , an eLearning design & development company. By Shelley A. Gable.

Are You a Better Coach than a 3rd Grader?

Visual Lounge

Lizzie asked if we could show him Coach’s Eye. I’ve been coaching soccer for 10+ years. ” 3) She has fun coaching and is nice. Take a look at a few snippets from her video below: Since life isn’t 100% about sports, we made both Coach’s Eye AND Ask3.

Want to Save Time? Make Coaching Your Leadership Style of Choice

Cylient

Many people feel that taking a coaching approach to leadership is a nice thing to do, if they have the time, which they rarely do. I hold that leaders don’t have the time because they’re not taking a coaching approach to their day-to-day conversations. Here are five reasons why it’s time to make “in the moment” coaching your leadership style of choice: Save Time. That’s right, “in the moment” coaching saves time. That’s what coaching delivers. “In

Chart-topping Tools for Supporting Sales Coaching

Training Industry

But, what about tools that support a coach? We looked at how companies support sales coaches, and found a few interesting parallels to the use of tools and technologies in the greater training environment. So, why not incorporate it into your sales coaching program?

Coach’s Eye Wins Award and Unleashes PRO and VIP Services for Android

Visual Lounge

Coach’s Eye Wins Sports Technology Award. Coach’s Eye has been stiff-arming the competition and was recently awarded the Best Support Technology for Managers and Coaches award at the Sports Technology Awards show in London. Coach’s Eye Premium for Android.

20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark

eLearning Brothers

In our own, considered, humble opinion, we have an awesome blog that every eLearning professional should read. Here are a few blogs that you simply must bookmark and read on a consistent basis: 1. E-Learning 24/7 Blog. https://www.opensesame.com/blog. Social Learning Blog.