CH102

Coaching a Winning Team

To be a good manager, you have to be a good coach.

95%

overall satisfaction for this course

?Average calculated from scores obtained from 1760 participants who took this course.
  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 935
  • Preferential fee 795?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
    • Gatineau
    • Quebec City
  • Top pick

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU
Parcours

Formation path :

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SUMMARY
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Objectives

To provide the knowledge and skills required to build a team that is capable of effectively dealing with the many challenges faced by today's businesses while ensuring that each team member’s abilities is used to its fullest potential.

Targeted audience

Anyone who is called upon to supervise staff members.

Prerequisite

None.

Customer Testimonials

Any manager should be reminded of the differences between management versus coaching.

Julie G. / Coordonnatrice, Gestion des programmes, Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS)

Content

  • The benefits and rewards of coaching
  • Coach and Manager: similarities, differences and adaptation
  • Roles and functions of a coach: communicator, facilitator, trainer, guide and evaluator
  • Coaching skills: assessment grid and skills to develop
  • Traditional management vs. team coaching: authority vs. guidance, individualism vs. partnership, discipline vs. accountability, human resources management vs. human potential management
  • Team meetings: a key ingredient
  • Creating and building a winning team: identity, values, belief, abilities, behaviours and environment
  • Identifying long-term solutions
  • Managing change
  • Communication techniques and strategies
  • Coaching generations Y and C
  • The five main dysfunctions of a team (assessment grid)
  • Suggestions for managing performance: knowledge assessment
  • Preparing a training plan
  • The mechanisms of motivation
  • Traps to avoid
  • Tool kit

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    February 5 to February 6 2018

  • Gatineau

    February 26 to February 27 2018

  • Quebec City

    April 16 to April 17 2018

  • Montreal

    April 30 to May 1 2018

  • Gatineau

    May 22 to May 23 2018

  • Montreal

    July 9 to July 10 2018

  • Quebec City

    July 11 to July 12 2018

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