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Coaching for Superior Employee Performance - Techniques for Supervisors
This online employment training course covers techniques managers and supervisors can use every day to coach employees to higher levels of performance, which means greater success for the entire organization. The purpose of this coaching training course is to teach managers and supervisors the basics of coaching and why it is an important part of your job. By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize the benefits of coaching, identify the role of the coach, understand the techniques involved in successful coaching, and use coaching effectively to improve employee performance and help employees grow and develop.
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