Coaching And Performance Management

Author: Bahaudin Ghulam Mujtaba
Editor: Ilead Academy
ISBN: 9780977421145
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In this book, coaching is focused on developing a trusting relationship with others, as well as on clarifying expectations and goals, thereby leading to specific action plans for their achievement. The skills and behaviors of effective coaches are presented and thoroughly discussed.

Improving Employee Performance Through Appraisal And Coaching

Author: Donald L. Kirkpatrick
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814429378
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Author Donald Kirkpatrick is one of the leading voices on human resources and training and development. For more than forty years, Kirkpatrick’s four-level performance evaluation model has been the standard throughout the world, and has revolutionized the way enterprises manage, monitor, and optimize employee performance. The new edition of Improving Performance Through Appraisal and Coaching contains all the wisdom and step-by-step processes of the original, with all the guidance and tools you’ll need to implement a program that gets maximum results. The book starts with a 40-question test about your organization and its processes and attitudes regarding performance appraisal and coaching. Taking the test both before and after reading the first section of the book will highlight exactly where your existing initiatives can be improved and new ones put in place. Kirkpatrick then goes on to describe in detail how a culture of coaching builds and enhances performance, and how to build this culture across the entire organization. Examples and eye-opening Notes from the Field both reinforce and complement the author’s sage recommendations, illustrating how his approaches can be adopted in their entirety or deployed piecemeal, depending on your organization’s specific needs. The case studies, both from major employers, prove the overarching value of a proactive performance appraisal program and vibrant coaching environment. The book is packed with ready-to-use forms and, more important, instructions and observations on their effective use. Plus, every chapter is designed for practical application, featuring accessible charts and figures, lists of key points, specific suggestions, cause-and-effect relationships, and much more. While workplaces and jobs have changed dramatically, some truths seem everlasting. One is that in order to obtain exceptional employee performance, you need to build a thorough and consistent appraisal mechanism and coaching program. The other is that there is no one more knowledgeable about how to do it than Donald Kirkpatrick.

Performance Management

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Editor: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1422131742
File Size: 33,57 MB
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Today’s competitive workplace demands that managers evaluate employee performance, and provide coaching. Performance Management will help managers prepare for a formal performance meeting with a direct report, and create a development plan to increase employee productivity. The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most relevant topics in business. Whether you are a new manager seeking to expand your skills or a seasoned professional looking to broaden your knowledge base, these solution-oriented books put reliable answers at your fingertips.

Coaching For Performance

Author: John Whitmore
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1857884094
File Size: 14,77 MB
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"Coaching for Performance is the proven resource for all coaches and pioneers of the future of coaching." Magdalena N. Mook, CEO, International Coach Federation (ICF) "Shines a light on what it takes to create high performance." John McFarlane, Chairman, Barclays, Chairman, TheCityUK Coaching for Performance is the definitive book for coaches, leaders, talent managers and professionals around the world. An international bestseller, featuring the influential GROW model, this book is the founding text of the coaching profession. It explains why enabling people to bring the best out of themselves is the key to driving productivity, growth, and engagement. A meaningful coaching culture has the potential to transform the relationship between organizations and employees and to put both on the path to long-term success. Written by Sir John Whitmore, the pioneer of coaching, and Performance Consultants, the global market leaders in performance coaching, this extensively revised and extended edition will revolutionize the traditional approach to organizational culture. Brand new practical exercises, corporate examples, coaching dialogues, and a glossary, strengthen the learning process, whilst a critical new chapter demonstrates how to measure the benefits of coaching as a return on investment, ensuring this landmark new edition will remain at the forefront of professional coaching and leadership development.

Performance Management

Author: James W. Smither
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470493917
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There has been a shift in HR from performance appraisal toperformance management. A new volume in the SIOP ProfessionalPractice Series, this book contains a broad range ofperformance management topics, offers recommendations grounded inresearch, and many examples from a variety of organizations. Inaddition to offering state-of-the-art descriptions of performancemanagement needs and solutions, this book provides empirical basesfor recommendations, demonstrates how performance management tracksand helps promote organizational change, and exams critical issues.This book makes an ideal resource for I/O psychologists, HRprofessionals, and consultants. "In this comprehensive and timely volume, Smither and Londonassemble an exceptional collection of chapters on topics spanningthe entire performance management process. Written by leadingresearchers and practitioners in the field, these chapters draw onyears of research and offer a blueprint for implementing effectiveperformance management systems in organizations. This volume is a'must-read' for all those interested in performancemanagement." —John W. Fleenor, Ph.D., research director, Center forCreative Leadership

Successful Interviewing

Author: Diane ARTHUR
Editor: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
ISBN: 0761215220
File Size: 19,37 MB
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The skills needed to conduct all types of business interviews and ensure legal compliance. Here is the book that can turn non-interviewers into good interviewers—and good interviewers into great interviewers. Whether you're a general manager or human resources specialist, the fact is that you do some interviewing (formally or informally) virtually every day. This book will help you sharpen such skills as open-ended questioning, active listening, and reading body language—all essential in a variety of management situations. You’ll learn to apply these techniques to 12 types of business interviews, from hiring and coaching to assessment and termination. You’ll even gain practice in dealing with interviewees who are nervous, aggressive, overly talkative, evasive, or otherwise challenging. "Which questions can and can't I ask? How should I document an interview?" Because such concerns can trip up even the most experienced business interviewer, you’ll find clear guidance on key legal issues and specific do's and do not's dictated by current legislation. Managers will also appreciate the wealth of real-life dialogs that highlight this broad-based and highly useful course. This is an ebook version of the AMA Self-Study course. If you want to take the course for credit you need to either purchase a hard copy of the course through amaselfstudy.org or purchase an online version of the course through www.flexstudy.com.

Coaching For Performance Fifth Edition

Author: John Whitmore
Editor: Nicholas Brealey
ISBN: 9781473658127
File Size: 11,55 MB
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"Coaching for Performance is the proven resource for all coaches and pioneers of the future of coaching." Magdalena N. Mook, CEO, International Coach Federation (ICF) "Shines a light on what it takes to create high performance." John McFarlane, Chairman, Barclays, Chairman, TheCityUK Coaching for Performance is the definitive book for coaches, leaders, talent managers and professionals around the world. An international bestseller, featuring the influential GROW model, this book is the founding text of the coaching profession. It explains why enabling people to bring the best out of themselves is the key to driving productivity, growth, and engagement. A meaningful coaching culture has the potential to transform the relationship between organizations and employees and to put both on the path to long-term success. Written by Sir John Whitmore, the pioneer of coaching, and Performance Consultants, the global market leaders in performance coaching, this extensively revised and extended edition will revolutionize the traditional approach to organizational culture. Brand new practical exercises, corporate examples, coaching dialogues, and a glossary, strengthen the learning process, whilst a critical new chapter demonstrates how to measure the benefits of coaching as a return on investment, ensuring this landmark new edition will remain at the forefront of professional coaching and leadership development.

Performance Management

Author: James Rollo
Editor: Goal Q P C Incorporated
ISBN: 9781576811153
File Size: 63,23 MB
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A conveniently sized guide to attracting, developing and retaining a talented workforce features an additional chapter on how to develop a performance plan for gaining employee commitment as well as detailed steps for implementing each phase of a performance-management system.

Leadership Roles And Management Functions In Nursing

Author: Bessie L. Marquis
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9780781772464
File Size: 45,59 MB
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Now in its Sixth Edition, this foremost leadership and management text incorporates application with theory and emphasizes critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. More than 225 case studies and learning exercises promote critical thinking and interactive discussion. Case studies cover a variety of settings, including acute care, ambulatory care, long-term care, and community health. The book addresses timely issues such as leadership development, staffing, delegation, ethics and law, organizational, political, and personal power, management and technology, and more. Web links and learning exercises appear in each chapter. An Instructor's CD-ROM includes a testbank and PowerPoint slides.

How To Improve Performance Through Appraisal And Coaching

Author: Donald L. Kirkpatrick
Editor: Amacom Books
ISBN: 9780814457191
File Size: 51,25 MB
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Advice for managers on the development of a system on evaluation of employees' job performance and counseling to increase productivity includes case studies of the programs of major corporations.

Coaching For Performance Improvement

Author: Jack Ramsay
Editor: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761828051
File Size: 32,22 MB
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Americans are fascinated by sports. It's not uncommon for businessmen and businesswomen, or anyone for that matter, to read the sports news before turning to the business pages. Sports terminology has even found a place in the vernacular of the business world with commonly used terms such as "strike-out," "time-out," and "throw a curve." In Coaching for Performance Improvement, authors Jack Ramsay and Jim Lynch link successful coaching in the athletic arena to effective business management. In sports, as in business, the management of people is crucial. The authors have put together an outline for becoming an exceptional leader through their more than twenty years of experience gained coaching in the National Basketball Association, as well as in academic and corporate environments.

The Employee Performance Handbook

Author: Margiet Mader-Clark
Editor: Nolo
ISBN: 141332245X
File Size: 30,57 MB
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Everything you need to coach employees and get troubled performers back on track Confronting employees about poor performance is an ordeal dreaded by managers and HR pros everywhere. The possibility of emotional outbursts—and the specter of a lawsuit—leave many would-be disciplinarians at a loss. The Employee Performance Handbook is a complete how-to guide for employee discipline. Packed with practical and legal advice, this book offers smart strategies that will help you improve employee performance and avoid legal trouble. You’ll learn how to: identify problems early ondecide when discipline is necessarychoose the right response to a problemengage employees in improving performancecollaborate with employees to come up with solutionsfire employees when necessaryprotect against wrongful termination lawsuits With Downloadable Forms You can download sample policies, sample forms, checklists, skills-building exercises, and more, at nolo.com (details inside).

Leadership Coaching

Author: Graham Lee
Editor: CIPD Publishing
ISBN: 9780852929964
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Use psychological and practical coaching techniques to develop effective leaders

Performance Management

Author: Charles M. CALDWELL
Editor: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
ISBN: 0761213929
File Size: 11,32 MB
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Managing Performance

Author: Jenny Hill
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780566077395
File Size: 58,38 MB
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How to make dramatic improvements to team performance in the workplace by: focusing on shared goals and how to achieve them; developing powerful techniques for giving and encouraging feedback; using a simple, seven-step, coaching model; learning how to recognise and reward good performance. And much more.

The Manager As Coach

Author: Jerry W. Gilley
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275992903
File Size: 28,34 MB
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Whether large or small, manufacturing or service, every organization selects managers and assigns them the task of securing results through people. In theory, managers serve as guides, directors, decision makers, and energizers for their employees. Unfort

Coaching For Improved Work Performance Revised Edition

Author: Ferdinand Fournies
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 007150396X
File Size: 11,81 MB
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Managing employees in today’s rapidly evolving workplace can sometimes feel like negotiating a minefield. Such recent new trends as flextime, telecommting, 360-degree feedback, the flattening of hierarchies, and the increased use of temps and contract workers present tough new challenges for supervisors in every field. This timely, completely revised and updated edition of Ferdinand Fournies’s classic management coaching "bible" shows you proven ways to get workers to perform at the highest level while eliminating the self-destructive kinds of behaviors that have become increasingly prevalent in recent years. In this book, you’ll be taught specific face-to-face interventions you can use to enhance performance in every kind of workplace situation--from sales to creative brainstorming. There are also interventions uniquely suited to resolving problems ranging from low productivity to absenteeism to conflicts between individuals. You’ll learn precisely what to say and do so that each person you supervise will want to give you his or her best work--even when that person was previously thought to be a "problem employee." Packed with brand-new case studies from Fournies’s latest research into the dynamics of the modern workplace, this classic guide takes all the guesswork out of becoming the kind of inspired, "hands-on" manager that every company today is looking for!

Best Practice In Performance Coaching

Author: Carol Wilson
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749450827
File Size: 34,22 MB
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Performance coaching helps individuals and organizations achieve their maximum potential, tackle challenges and reach specific goals. It leads to personal and professional development and helps to create a work/life balance. Best Practice in Performance Coaching is both an introduction for anyone thinking of becoming or hiring a coach - whether private or corporate - and a reference guide for experienced coaches. A practical guide to the 'what' and the 'how' of performance coaching, it covers all topics from the personal and executive angle and explains the structure of a coaching relationship. There is extensive guidance on coaching techniques, models and tools as well as advice on how to train as a coach, how to run a coaching practice and how to structure coaching sessions. Complete with worksheets and exercises, evaluations and international case studies this is a thorough guide to performance coaching.

Coaching And Mentoring

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Editor: Bookboon
ISBN: 8776815951
File Size: 49,48 MB
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Performance Coaching

Author: Angus McLeod
Editor: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 9781904424055
File Size: 48,79 MB
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Unlike many coaching books already on the market, this book is for coaches, not clients. Fast,accessible and clearly written, it is comprehensive and rich in real examples of real executives achieving real success in real-life situations. Even experienced coaches can find key tips and tools that will enhance their performance.