Increasing demands on the Federal workforce are requiring organizations to work at higher levels of performance with fewer resources and staff. Developing employees through on-the-job coaching or mentoring can increase the organization's ability to succeed. This seminar explores how to use these important tools to help others develop both technically and as leaders in order to improve their organization's overall performance.
Through classroom instruction, small-group interaction and practice sessions, this seminar will teach you how to coach and mentor employees who are facing choices regarding career advancement, or need guidance in mastering their current positions through professional development.
Note: To ensure sufficient feedback and practice time, this class is limited to 24 participants.
Anyone in a position to coach or mentor other employees, formally or informally.
Managers or supervisors who may coach or mentor within their agency's succession plan, or who want to develop others on their staff.
Unless stated otherwise (under the date of the program) lodging and meals are included in the tuition. Lodging starts the evening before the program and is provided the evening the program ends.