Leadership is key to a successful coaching culture. This course explores the expectations, accountability process and key skills for leadership success. Participants will analyze the performance management cycle and apply coaching skills that assist in identifying and achieving performance objectives.
Senior leaders, managers, supervisors, human resource professionals, project managers and organizational consultants.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to:
1.Identify key aspects of a Performance Management Cycle
2.Develop an example of behavioural based performance expectations and their measurement
3.Demonstrate the Observation, Impact© Model of positive and developmental feedback
4.Analyze the value of developmental feedback to improving performance
5.Develop an action plan to bridge specific performance gap(s)
- The Performance Management Cycle in a Coaching Culture
- Defining Performance Expectations
- Communicating Performance Expectations
- Offering Positive and Developmental Feedback
- Receiving Feedback
- Discussing Performance Gaps
- Discerning how to Hold People Accountable
- Moving Theory into Action
Sample CareersAfter completing the Coaching for Leadership Certificate program, you will be able to coach employees in achieving their performance goals and identify areas for further development. If you are a human resources (HR) professional, coaching is a skill set that will make you more marketable for jobs/roles within the Human Resources profession.
- Discussion Participation - 20% (10% + 10%)
- Initial Self-Assessment of Performance Management Fundamentals - 10%
- Leadership Accountability in the Workplace - Paper - 30%
- Final Self-Assessment of Performance Management Fundamentals and Individual Development Plan - 40% Total = 100% *Grading scheme subject to change.
College: College of Business and Economics
Department: Open Learning and Educational Support
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Certificate in Coaching for Leadership : Certificate in Coaching for Leadership