Register Now The Power of Coaching: The lack of employee engagement is a billion-dollar problem. It costs billions of dollars worldwide in lost productivity and employee turnover. We know
The Power of Coaching: The lack of employee engagement is a billion-dollar problem. It costs billions of dollars worldwide in lost productivity and employee turnover. We know that one of the main drivers of an employee’s engagement in an organization is their manager. As a manager, if you can coach as part of your day-to-day interactions to improve your ability to engage your team, you can make a big impact. In this interactive workshop, we will cover some basics so you can bring out the best in YOU and your TEAM.
Our third event in The Power of ( ) series focuses on one method to tackle the billion dollar problem of increasing employee engagement, which leads to loss of productivity and increase in turnover. One of the main drivers of engagement in the workplace is their direct support, so being able to embed coaching into the day-to-day interactions will provide a huge impact to a more productive team.
This interactive workshop will produce tools and advice for how to bring out the best in both you AND your employees with focus on:
- Coaches vs Mentors: What are the differences in tools and approaches?
- Structuring the conversation: How do you prepare for a coaching session
- Personal vs Professional: How do you apply coaching in a professional setting as well as for personal development
(Tuesday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm PST
Speakers for this event
Louise Lee, Leadership &Success Coach Louise has over 20 years of leadership and collaboration experience through corporate work across a vast cross section of industries from finance to health & fitness to digital design & animation. During her 7.5 year tenure with the Vancouver Film School, she won regular awards for Best Instructor and Outstanding Achievement. She has spent time over the last 10 years teaching, mentoring, and coaching teams in project management, management consulting, and team work skills and is certified with Erikson International. When she’s not working with open-minded and engaged people, she plays and performs around the world as a professional violinist.
Vancouver Women In Technologyinfo@vanwit.ca
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