Webinar Difference Between Mentor and Coach in Motivating Employees Presented by Valerie Pelan
01:00 PM EDT | 10:00 AM PDT | 12:00 PM CDT Duration 60 Minute
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Learn the different skills to mentor, coach, and manage employees.
Effective leaders and managers draw upon many skills. The key is to know when to mentor or when to coach to create a “win-win” situation for their direct reports.
Coaching and mentoring are often confused. Understanding the difference between the two approaches and how to effectively use each style to improve employee engagement is key for managers who want to retain employees and increase their “social capital” and reputation as leaders and managers.
• Definition of employee engagement and a “motivating job” are explained
• Definition of constructive feedback and motivation
• The definition and difference between a mentor and a coach.
• The role of manager.
• Situational examples are provided to reinforce how to use the two different skill sets. The choice of the skill set depends on the situation and employee that will benefit from the use of one of the styles
• Example of mentoring and coaching and learn the difference of the two and when to use them effectively
• The end results are to initiate a positive learning situation and create accountability in the employee.
Who will Benefit
• Engineering, Accounting and other technical departments.
Industries who can attend
This 60-minute online course is intended for professionals in the All industries and companies.