Programs

The Manager as Coach

Path to Success
A coaching culture is most highly correlated with business performance, employee engagement and overall retention. The key to those outcomes is managers who know how and when to coach their employees. Managers can no longer command and control. With full institutional support, they need to reinvent themselves as coaches whose job is to draw energy, creativity and motivation out of the people they work with.

Evidence
Google’s Project Oxygen revealed that the most important characteristic of a great manager is to be a good coach. Coaching has been shown to help employees deal with problems, cope with the unexpected and feel useful for the organization.

Make it Happen
Unfortunately, 47% of managers don’t coach because they don’t know how to coach.
Our proven cost-effective onsite two-step coaching program will ensure that your managers have the coaching skills they need:

  1. A half-day workshop for groups to introduce the program, develop trust, establish the conditions for successful collaboration, review the GROW coaching model and practice the coaching process;
  2. A series of four peer-based learning modules to perfect the individual skills of coaching: connecting, listening, asking questions and giving advice.

Results
Coaching can improve the performance of your workforce, improve employee morale, and help achieve organizational goals. Effective coaching involves building a relationship with trust, motivation, and accountability.

Cost
$3,995 (Included are: a preparatory consultation on the program design, the two-hour workshop, learning materials for the peer groups (4 modules), and support for successful implementation of the program in your organization.

Contact
Call: 608-255-2010
Email: info@peerlearninginstitute.com

Crack the Psychological Safety Code

Path to Success
If you want to see higher levels of engagement, increased motivation to tackle difficult problems, better performance, and more learning and development opportunities, you need your teams to have psychological safety.


Evidence
Google’s two-year study on team performance determined that the highest performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety, the belief that you won’t be punished if you make a mistake. Studies show that psychological safety supports moderate risk-taking, speaking your mind, and creativity- the behaviors that lead to market breakthroughs.

Make It Happen
Everyone agrees that psychological safety is important, but few know to how to accomplish it. We do.


Our proven cost-effective onsite two-step program will help you instill psychological safety in your organization, starting with your supervisors and managers:

  1. A half-day workshop for groups to develop trust and establish the conditions for successful collaboration.
  2. A series of four peer-based learning sessions focused on open communication, equality, mutual support and a positive attitude toward risk and failure.

Results
Your managers will feel safe, trustful, and able to operate in a more productive, constructive and collaborative manner with better performance and bottom-line results.

Cost
$3,995 (Included are: a preparatory consultation on the program design, the two-hour workshop, learning materials for the peer groups (4 modules), and support for successful implementation of the program in your organization.

Contact
Call: 608-255-2010
Email: info@peerlearninginstitute.com