Story-Based Coaching and Mentoring Course

Experiencing eLearning

In this conversation-driven elearning approach, I usually use one character who acts as a coach and one character who is similar to the audience: same job role, same level of experience. I wanted a scenario that showed a clear problem that could be solved through better coaching.

Coaching vs. Mentoring: What’s the Difference?


A recent survey of 3,000 full-time employees representing 21 industries across the US revealed a telling statistic: 76% of people feel having a mentor at work is important. Similarly, Bersin found organizations with excellent cultural support for coaching have 13% stronger business results.


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Story-Based Coaching and Mentoring Course

Experiencing eLearning

I usually use one character who acts as a coach and one character who is similar to the audience–same job role, same level of experience. In this example, the audience is new managers who don’t have much experience with coaching and mentoring. This introduces the characters and shows the challenge the protagonist, new manager Michael, faces while coaching one of his employees. Learners listen in during Michael’s coaching session with Pamela.

Survey Says: Your Employees Want Coaching and Mentoring

CLO Magazine

A recent study from Wainhouse Research found that the youngest workers and the oldest workers have similar preferences when it comes to workplace learning — and that all learners want a variety of approaches. The study, which looked at the workplace learning preferences of some 2,000 knowledge workers, gauged the use, deployment and perceptions of web communications and learning technology platforms among a broad swath of workers. Create reverse mentoring opportunities.

Online Community Training Case Study


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9 Definitive Blended Training Strategies to Coach and Mentor Your High-performance Employees

EI Design

One way to bridge that gap, between the discovery and utilization of talent, is to train high-performers through coaching and mentoring. What Does Coaching and Mentoring Mean? How Exactly Does Coaching and Mentoring Help Organizations and High-performance Employees?

Cast Study Antworks

Tesseract Learning

This layer is a focused layer where learners are coached and mentored to strengthen their skills acquired through all the different layers. The post Cast Study Antworks appeared first on Tesseract Learning. Case Study Remote WorkJuly 3, 2019.

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Unleash the power of peer coaching

CLO Magazine

To find out why this is, we interviewed people who use our peer coaching platform. In peer coaching — unlike mentoring — people pair off for guided hour-long conversations in which they’re on equal footing. We recently published a case study on our work with Code for America.

Mentoring in Action


To further understand how our mentors connect with their protégés, the Everwise community shared how they approach mentoring and exchanging knowledge. Value of Mentoring. Over 61% of people listed giving back as a key driver for mentoring. Spreading what they’ve learned over the years also strongly resonated among our mentors. There are various ways mentors can support protégés. Our mentors’ responses clearly supported this model.

Four reasons your emerging leaders need mentors


Mentoring programs are a powerful way to engage and retain top employees, especially millennials. Especially as the competition for talent continues to intensify, companies would do well do strengthen their mentoring programs. Studies show that emerging leaders prioritize personal growth and purpose over their paychecks. It’s inexpensive, effective and delivers solid results for protégés and mentors alike. Mentoring breeds effective learning.

The Benefits Of Mentoring As An Executive


For young professionals, having an experienced mentor can contribute to their future success. The career advantages of having a mentor are well-documented and manifold. On the other side of the equation, it’s easy to assume executive mentors participate merely out of altruism. There is more to mentoring than simply “giving back” or “feeling a sense of personal satisfaction.” For executives in particular, acting as a mentor can move their own career forward.

Four reasons your emerging leaders need mentors


Mentoring programs are a powerful way to engage and retain top employees, especially millennials. Especially as the competition for talent continues to intensify, companies would do well do strengthen their mentoring programs. Studies show that emerging leaders prioritize personal growth and purpose over their paychecks. It’s inexpensive, effective and delivers solid results for protégés and mentors alike. Mentoring breeds effective learning. Mentoring

Moving Toward A Coaching Leadership Style


Command and control vs. coaching. The coaching style of leadership is just the antidote employees need to strive, experiment, and grow. Leaders who serve as coaches offer guidance to their reports, providing inspiration and encouragement when needed. Though this sometimes results in short-term failure, the coaching style of leadership is focused on development for the long term. Coaching leadership works best when employees are prepared with a growth mindset.

4 Ways to Become the Mentor Your Company Needs

CLO Magazine

Mentors are an important aspect for companies to create and encourage a positive and rewarding work culture. But oftentimes, finding a mentor at work can be an overwhelming and challenging task. Actively trying to be a role model can help you find what you’re looking for in a mentor. So, the evidence supporting the need for change is there, but how do you become the mentor or role model for positive change?

Salespeople, Coaching and Gamification

Training Industry

Whether you call it sustainment, coaching or mentoring, the bottom line is that the best companies have a strategic plan to ensure that learned behaviors continue beyond the initial training event. It is interesting to note that our studies consistently indicated that the majority of organizations were not effective in their sales training sustainment efforts. More specifically, the people who most need coaching may not choose to participate in the training.

Mentoring Without Barriers

CLO Magazine

Traditional mentoring was one older expert grooming a younger one for a specific role. Today’s version is more of a collaboration and learning strategy that can help people gain skills and information they need in real time to do their jobs better Whether it’s called modern, social, online or e-mentoring, mentoring as practiced in companies today is not the same as what was used a generation ago. The company uses mentoring and social learning software to achieve this.

5 Timeless Leadership Tips To Be Heeded In Times Of Crisis

Dan Keckan

Great coaches use real-life case studies to prepare leaders to handle crises. What could they have learned from the real-life 2009 case study of Captain Sully's heroic actions?

Who’s Coaching the Coaches: Why Sales Leadership Training Often Fails?


Even the most talented coaches can benefit from more – or better – training. Sales Coaching : Talking the Talk. Research shows that the quality and quantity of coaching has a profound impact on sales performance. A CEB study of over 2,000 sales managers found that going from low- to high-quality coaching improved sales performance by 17%. The vast majority of sales managers and senior executives identify coaching as an important function of a sales manager.

Coaching can help fill the soft skills gap

CLO Magazine

Knowledge transfer and skill building happen in a variety of ways: formal education, self-directed learning, training, mentoring, executive coaching, job rotation, etc. However, I posit that executive coaching is still the best way to help leaders develop skills that are difficult to teach, measure and sometimes articulate — soft skills. That is hard to accomplish if done through such purely didactic methods as lectures, quizzes, exams and case studies.

The 5 Critical Steps To Establishing Business Mentoring Programs In The Workplace


Business mentoring programs are one of the keys to running a successful business. For promising employees, getting involved in mentoring programs can do nothing but wonders. Having a mentor can accelerate the learning process through the mentor’s imparting of personal experiences, learnings, and insights on business endeavors. What is a business mentor? A business mentor is a more experienced, and usually a more senior, colleague.

The Role of e-Learning in Building and Managing Organizational Talent: A Case Study


The mascot became the virtual mentor who introduced each section, giving the learner a clear idea of what to expect out of the course. A coach is instrumental in leading a sportsperson to success and a good coach should highlight both the strengths and weaknesses of the sportsperson. For any organization, its ‘people’ are its greatest asset. Modern companies truly believe that an organizations’ strength lies in empowering its people with innovation and care.

Four reasons your emerging leaders need mentors


Mentoring programs are a powerful way to engage and retain top employees, especially millennials. Especially as the competition for talent continues to intensify, companies would do well do strengthen their mentoring programs. Studies show that emerging leaders prioritize personal growth and purpose over their paychecks. It’s inexpensive, effective and delivers solid results for protégés and mentors alike. Mentoring breeds effective learning.

Creating a Virtual Leadership Academy: A Case Study #ASTDTK14

Learning Visions

Content was around things like how to coach. Coaching, mentoring, etc.) Virtual learning event for physician leaders. These are my live blogged notes from ASTD Tech Knowledge session with Eric Heckerson. I missed his opening setup, so didn’t get some of the context. But the upshot is they created/designed a virtual leadership event. It was “faux live” video of a teacher/speaker, onscreen with PPT slides, also links to chats and other resources.

Meet the CLO Advisory Board: David DeFilippo

CLO Magazine

and an executive coach at Harvard Business School. My first job out of college was as a high school teacher, coach and dorm parent. CLO: You’ve spent your life professionally, developing, coaching, mentoring others — can you share what your own professional development looks like?

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Mobile-Learning for a Retail Training Company — Case Study

Enyota Learning

And one such project required us to develop a mobile application that could: train sales representatives, while also enabling managers to improve their leadership and coaching abilities. Basically, an application that rolls out training and determines the competency of the learners by studying if processes are being followed, the data being collected would also determine a manager’s effectiveness as a coach!



The exciting work being done by RevWork , Mobile Coach , and many others gives us the opportunity to truly personalize learning. Studies show that learners who understand how their brain works are more efficient at learning new things.

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The Key Ingredient for Good Soft Skills: Experience

A study of 25 million unique job postings over one year by Burning Glass concluded that most job applicants don’t have key soft skills, particularly in writing and customer service. As a manager, you can apply some soft skills of your own to coach your people into better speakers, writers, listeners, or more. A learner can practice these sub-skills one at a time rather than trying to master all the nuances of coaching at once.

Harry Levinson 1922-2012

The Performance Improvement Blog

We lost one of the giants in the study of organizational learning and performance this week. The study [of Kansas Power and Light Company] also pre-dated much of the popular enthusiasm several decades later with organizational culture. Regarding Levinson’s thoughts about mentoring , Diamond writes: Executives and their management must become better mentors, he argued, and to do so they must become more knowledgeable about what motivates their employees.

Employee engagement – the Australian dilemma: The role of coaching and and leadership styles

Learning Cafe

Employee engagement is a stronger predictor of business outcomes than employee satisfaction and various studies have demonstrated links between higher engagement and increased productivity correlating with individual, group and organisational performance ( Ronertson-Smith & Marwick, 2009 ). Developing the coaching dialogue to uncover how an employees role might be shaped to accommodate more of their strengths and fewer of their weaknesses.

High Impact Blended Learning on a Tight Budget: How We Did It

Bottom-Line Performance

Our client is going to blend use of its own personnel with strategic coaching from us to produce a solution for far less than that. Here are the components we identified: Self-study: Computer-based instruction that enables associates to quickly acquire knowledge and skill at the point of need. Hands-on labs: Face-to-face instruction that complements self-study elements. Coaching should occur on a proactive, regular basis.

Creating a Culture of Servant Leadership

CLO Magazine

In fact, many studies have indicated that organizations that are servant-led actually perform better and yield higher returns. Details of these studies can be found in the following books: “Good Company” by Laurie Bassi, Ed Frauenheim and Dan McMurrer, with Larry Costello. Mentor, coach and develop. Leadership Development Strategy active listening Authentic self coaching Corporate Culture emotional intelligence EQ Inner strength mentoring servant leadership

Advice for High-achievers and Leaders Who Coach Them

Training Industry

Can you find a coach or mentor to help you work through new problems and decisions you might face? Can you research best practices or case studies that will provide you with fresh ideas? Your ability to do things well could keep you from taking risks. A common pattern among high-achievers and leaders who have a history of excellence is a consistent focus on the tried and true. They won’t venture beyond what they know they will do well.

How to Become Congruent With Your Ideal Business and Lifestyle With Success Coach and Equine Alchemist Nafissa Shireen


Learn about how to become congruent with your ideal business and lifestyle with success coach and equine alchemist Nafissa Shireen. Nafissa is a success coach, and in this episode of LMScast she breaks down her success stories and the fundamental aspects that lead to success in business. For Nafissa the most engaging aspect of her previous employment was coaching, developing the team, and the community engagement. Chris Badgett: Nafissa is a success coach.

How Education Entrepreneurs Can Transcend a Crazy Busy Lifestyle with Executive Career and Mindset Coach Elizabeth Pearson


Learn how education entrepreneurs can transcend a crazy busy lifestyle with executive career and mindset coach Elizabeth Pearson in this episode of the LMScast podcast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Elizabeth is an executive career and mindset coach, and she’s also a program developer in the sense that she helps people move through a process. In 2016 Elizabeth launched her coaching business part-time while leading a skincare company as a C-level executive.

Many CEOs, Senior Leaders Not Receiving Coaching, Advice

CLO Magazine

A survey reports that nearly two-thirds of CEOs and almost half of senior executives do not utilize outside consultants or coaches for leadership. — July 31 “It''s lonely at the top" appears to be truer than ever, according to a new study conducted by the Center for Leadership Development and Research at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University''s Rock Center for Corporate Governance and The Miles Group.

How to Grow Your Email List with an Email Challenge and SEO Course Case Study with Brendan Hufford


Learn how to grow your email list with an email challenge and SEO course case study with Brendan Hufford from 100 Days of SEO in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. I consider him a mentor. I want to share success stories and case studies and [inaudible 00:20:18], not just, look at all the traffic my blog post gets. We have to put together a case study and prove to them that we’re the best option.

Study: L&D Spending Soars in 2013

CLO Magazine

Overall spending on training increased 15 percent to $1,169 per learner on average in 2013, according to a new study. The findings appear in Bersin by Deloitte''s new industry study, “The Corporate Learning Factbook 2014: Benchmarks, Trends, and Analysis of the U.S. organizations participated in the study from October to December. Among the research study''s additional findings: Mature organizations spend 37 percent more.

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