Activity 3 (1)
Activity 3roup work and report
Your trainer will divide you into four equal groups. You will be required to stay in this group for future group activities. Ensure you share the work equally.
You are a Learning and Development Manager for Yellow and Gold Sports Company. Yellow and Gold Sports has several retail outlets in QLD and NSW. It specialises in selling various brands of activewear for multiple sports.
In a meeting with your Human Resource Manager and General Manager, it was highlighted that the company was struggling to attract internal candidates for their Management Development Program.
You are required to develop a coaching strategy for management development.
Part 1: Design coaching program
Design and develop a coaching strategy for a coaching program for an organisation that wants to create an emotional intelligence program. You are welcome to create a simulation to make your work represent real-world situations.
Your report must include:
o Coaching program purpose and objectives.o Identify key stakeholders who will be consulted to gain support for the program.
o Identify what other organisational structures will be required to support the program.
• Develop timelines for coaching strategy implementation in consultation with stakeholders.
Your report must be 1 to 2 pages long.Submit all work as professionally written documents within the timeframe allocated.
Your trainer/assessor will provide your group with feedback.
Coaching in a business environment is a training method in which a more experienced or skilled individual provides an employee with advice and guidance intended to help develop the individual’s skills, performance and career. Coaching is a highly individualized process that depends on both the nature of the client and the coach’s knowledge, skills and abilities. However, coaches have several recognized techniques and tools to draw on in almost any coaching situation.
Role of coaching
Coaching is a business relationship between the organization, the coach and the person being coached, and it involves a tailored approach to fit the client. Depending on the position of the person being coached and the purpose of the coaching, different approaches are called for.
Coaching strategy outcomes
Business improvements that come from coaching include:
Involvement in coaching strategy
Recommended topics for coaching
1. Business Coaching
This is about knowing how a business or industry works and what makes a company tick. Showing that you have an understanding of what the organisation wants to achieve through its products and services, and how it competes in its marketplace.
2. Communication Coaching
This covers verbal and written communication, and listening. It’s about being clear, concise and focused; being able to tailor your message for the audience and listening to the views of others.
3. Teamwork Coaching
You’ll need to prove that you’re a team player but also have the ability to manage and delegate to others and take on responsibility. It’s about building positive working relationships that help everyone to achieve goals and business objectives.
4. Negotiation and persuasion Coaching
This is about being able to set out what you want to achieve and how, but also being able to understand where the other person is coming from so that you can both get what you want or need and feel positive about it.
5. Problem solving Coaching
You need to display an ability to take a logical and analytical approach to solving problems and resolving issues. It’s also good to show that you can approach problems from different angles.
6. Leadership Coaching
You may not be a manager straight away, but graduates need to show potential to motivate teams and other colleagues that may work for them. It’s about assigning and delegating tasks well, setting deadlines and leading by good example.
7. Organisational Coaching
This is about showing that you can prioritise, work efficiently and productively, and…...
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