HR Florida President
Carol McDaniel is the Director of Talent Acquisition at All Children's Hospital, member Johns Hopkins Medicine. Carol’s background combines extensive Human Resource consulting, recruiting, marketing and advertising expertise. With her strong understanding of the many challenges in today’s competitive labor market environment she is considered a subject matter expert in the employer marketing and branding process. This expertise has proved to play a crucial role in the development of talent management and acquisition strategies for her clients. Carol is a frequent speaker at HR and SHRM events, national programs and training seminars to focus on the areas of talent acquisition and talent communications.
Confrontation is one of the most avoided behaviors in the workplace today. No one likes to initiate or be on the receiving end of confrontation.
To be the best leader you can be, you need to be a fearless, bold, effective coach every day. Like everything else in role it’s not easy. You can have a strong knowledge of how to coach and then the one variable that blows your plan to smithereens – the person in need of the coaching.
Coaching is the dialogue between a manager and associate on any component of performance in need of a tweak. Your job is to grow and develop your team, without the ability to successfully coach your team; the team member will not thrive or succeed. Coaching doesn’t and should not be confrontational and by following these steps, a successfully executed session will happen.
This presentation will cover the following key areas:
Setting the stage for why we talk about Coaching Skills
What is coaching?
The Two Types of Coaching
6 Keys to Coaching work that Needs to Get Better
6 Types of Sidetracks that Exist
6 Simple Steps to the 2-Minute Coaching Tool
The attendee will have a better understanding of the importance of coaching, how to avoid sidetracks to a successful coaching session, how to initiate a coaching session and ensure the session ends on a positive note. Ideally with an agreed upon outcome or change in behavior.