Performance Coaching: What is your style?

Posted by Christy Putnam on October 31, 2019 at 8:11 AM

Performance Coaching Style MotivationFall is here, and so are the world series, football season, and the start of basketball. What does this have to do with our November HR topic, Performance Evaluations & Effective Coaching? Many famous (and maybe not so famous) coaches have spoken words of wisdom over the years that can be applied by any manager leading a team. Take a look and see how these might apply to everyday coaching of your employees:

  • “The only place that success comes before work is in the dictionary.” –Vince Lombardi
  • “A coach is someone who tells you what you don’t want to hear, who has you see what you don’t want to see, so you can be who you have always known you could be.” –Tom Landry
  • “I think that the most important part of coaching is that you have a sense of confidence about what you’re doing.” –Phil Jackson
  • “What to do with a mistake: Recognize it, admit it, learn from it, forget it.” –Dean Smith
  • “Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better.” –Pat Riley
  • “The secret of winning is working more as a team and less as individuals.” –Knute Rockne
  • “Show up. Work hard. Try your best. It’s not hard to recognize, but it can be hard to do. I tell my players, if you don’t quit on yourself, then your coaches will never, ever quit on you.” –Paul Vincent
  • “You can motivate by fear. You can motivate by reward. But, both of those methods of motivation are temporary. The only lasting thing is self-motivation.” –Homer Rice

Join us for this month’s complimentary webinar, as we discuss the differences between coaching and progressive discipline, with a special focus on coaching management style. You’ll leave with tips on effective coaching and tools to help you hone your coaching style.

Thursday, November 21st at 11:00am PST

Performance Evaluations & Effective Coaching

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Topics: Human Resources

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