Effective Feedback and Coaching for Team and Individual Improvement
As a manager, providing feedback and coaching to your team members is a crucial part of your role. It helps to create a culture of continuous learning and improvement, and can lead to better performance, engagement, and retention. In this training session, we will explore the key principles of effective feedback and coaching, and how to apply them in a practical way to support the growth and development of your team.
- To understand the importance of providing feedback and coaching for team and individual improvement
- To learn how to deliver feedback that is constructive, specific, and actionable
- To develop a feedback and coaching plan for a team or individual
- To explore frameworks and tools that can support effective feedback and coaching in the workplace
- The benefits of providing feedback and coaching for team and individual improvement
- The key principles of effective feedback and coaching
- Delivering feedback: considerations and best practices
- Tools and frameworks for feedback and coaching in the workplace
- This training will be a combination of theoretical and practical elements.
- The trainer will present key concepts and principles through a combination of lectures, discussions, and interactive exercises.
- Participants will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned through a group exercise in which they develop a feedback and coaching plan for a team or individual.
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- Group exercise: Develop a feedback and coaching plan for a team or individual using one of the frameworks covered in the training.
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- The GROW model: This model involves setting clear goals, identifying the current reality, exploring options, and determining what actions need to be taken to achieve the goal.
- The 360-degree feedback process: This process involves collecting feedback from multiple sources, including self-assessment, peer feedback, and feedback from superiors, to provide a comprehensive view of an individual’s strengths and areas for improvement.
- The CAB model: This model involves identifying the specific behavior that needs to be changed, the impact that behavior has, and the action that needs to be taken to improve.
- The GROW model can be used to guide coaching conversations and help team members identify specific actions they can take to improve.
- The 360-degree feedback process can provide a comprehensive view of an individual’s strengths and areas for improvement, and can be used to inform development plans.
- The CAB model can be used to provide specific, actionable feedback on specific behaviors that need to be changed.
By the end of this session, participants will have a strong understanding of the importance of feedback and coaching for team and individual improvement. They will have the skills and tools to deliver feedback that is constructive, specific, and actionable, and to develop effective feedback and coaching plans for their teams. They will be equipped to create a culture of continuous learning and improvement within their teams, leading to better performance, engagement, and retention.