Professional Development Tip
As you begin your journey as a new manager, you’ll be required to build and improve the capabilities of your team through coaching, mentoring and supervising. Depending on the experience, education, skill level and specific role of each team member, you’ll need to provide one or a combination of all three on any given day.
In deciding which to use and when, our clients have found it helpful to have a clear definition of each of these powerful development levers.
Supervising: Senior employees guide and regulate the efforts of newer employees in the achievement of critical goals.
Coaching: The practice of helping a leader or manager reach their goals, develop as an individual and perform better.
Mentoring: A structured, collaborative relationship between an experienced, senior manager/executive and high potential employee, for the purpose of advancing the protege’s growth and advancement.
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Prepare your people for what’s around the corner
For organizations to succeed, they need their key people to progress from doing, to managing and leading. However, there are barriers to people developing these critical skills sets, resulting in:
- Departmental strategies being non existent or not aligned.
- The supporting objectives not being clear.
- Disparate or cumbersome skill development plans to achieve the objectives.
- The organization is less competitive
- Collaborative efforts are aligned to advance the company, department and individual goals.
- Skill gaps are identified and addressed.
- Everyone’s more motivated and successful.
- The organization is more competitive and can win at a high level.
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