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Hero Worship

Posted by Paul Sitter on 7/18/16 8:00 AM



We sometimes run into people we look upon as “heroes.” Occasionally, they are real heroes. The fire fighter who runs into a burning building when everyone else is running out. Or the mother who lifts a car off her trapped child. Someone becomes your hero when their performance goes way beyond what you could normally expect of the typical person.
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Topics: coaching, success stories, job performance

4 Tips for Training Managers to Provide Coaching

Posted by Jeff Welch on 12/30/13 3:00 AM

I once read that the most rewarding, yet most challenging, part of a manager’s job is managing people.

Managers play a vital role in employee development. Most managers take great pride in helping their employees grow and develop into productive members of the team. However, no employee is perfect. Inevitably there will come a time when a manager has to address some type of performance problem.

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Topics: coaching, training manager

3 Tips to Use Peer Tutoring as an Instructional Technique

Posted by Jeff Welch on 8/1/13 4:00 AM

One challenge that instructors often face when facilitating an instructor-led training course is appropriately handling the diverse experience levels of their participants.

Instructors, have you ever found yourself teaching a group of learners that is a mix of both seasoned, veteran employees and those who are virtually new to the organization?

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Topics: coaching, instructional techniques, tips-for-trainers

Coaching in a Nutshell

Posted by Langevin Team on 11/22/10 5:16 AM


Photo by: Pete Linforth via Pixabay

It seems that many people are becoming interested in the subject of coaching and during my workshops we have been having many interesting discussions lately regarding the many aspects of coaching. Some of the questions we have tackled are:

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Topics: coaching, job performance

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