Be Approachable & Coach as a Manager
You want to be the best leader. Gain the tools you need to encourage interactions and coach your team to the next level.
12 reviews for Be Approachable & Coach as a Manager
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Keitheile Kgaswanyane –
Listening means being focused , when someone delivers message,
either good or bad .Be a continuous learner.
Monika Smolen –
Nice course. A lot of valuable information and non-obvious behavior in various situations. We are human, make mistakes. A good leader is also a good psychologist who reads the emotions of others. Thank You for valuable materials and knowledge 🙂
Rajat Sharma –
The course is good but the presentation could have been better. Instead of putting TED and other video links in a PDF (which has to be downloaded first) it would have been better to provide direct links for those resources.
Pamela Harris-Jenkins –
Coaching is hard. The examples given will be helpful in recognizing where people are in their career and how to move them forward.
Valonda Waters –
This training is a great refresher course to help keep me and my team’s communication healthy.
Ganapathy Namasivayam –
Yes, as i recently taken over as a manager and wish to be the one of the best so that my team should feel comfortable.
Great course thank you! Sometimes the PDFs are loading too slow and there aren’t overall evaluations on the given answers.
Arlene Santos –
The information is clear, easy to understand, and it’s relevant.
Sal Munoz –
I want to finish the course, before, I comment about the course effectiveness and what my experience has been going through the course.
Ann Codron –
Excellent information ( new or review )
Libor Huk –
Very helpful. Thanks.
Michael Arnoux –
In my opinion the content is relevant and useful advice primarily applicable to an in-person office environment. From my personal perspective and experience, I found the Coaching Action Plan, Performance Assessment, and Feedback modules to be the most useful. Aside from the content, the organization and delivery method is cumbersome. 2 min video, then download a pdf., to go through a separate module from there. My suggestion to avoid the constant break in flow, is to embed those elements into the training module. And although the TED talks were interesting resources, that might be something to refer to at the end of the training. Once again, that really disrupted the flow of the training for myself (man with short attention span).