Coaching skills, the ability to work with an individual (employee or leader), group, team, or organization to help them get unstuck in their current ways of thinking and acting about safety and health, and to transfer their learning into overall improved results for the organization, is quickly becoming a foundational part of every safety and health professional’s toolbox. Coaching can dramatically increase the service and value you bring to your organization and also provide a different framework for you to work with and get the best performance out of others. By understanding coaching skills you will learn how to move beyond a “safety cop” to an enabler and partner to those within the organization. In this seminar, you will learn to excel in coaching, identify the differences between coaching and performance management as it relates to safety, and share an easy-to-apply coaching model.
• Describe the key roles and types of coaching
• Use a recognized coaching model
• Applying coaching techniques, guide your organization’s workforce to better safety and health performance
Instructor(s): Katherine A. Hart, EdD, CSP, Founder and Principal, ClearVision Consulting, Alameda, CA
Credit: 1 Day / .7 CEU / 1.17 IH CM Point # 09-2814