Employee Coaching: When Not To Step In
Employees can't learn if their manager does their work. You have to let people make mistakes if they are to learn. You can't just let them flounder on their own. Employee Coaching: When To Step In helps you decide when to step in and when to hang back and let them learn.
Coach U offers a very thorough training and certification program for individuals offering their services as a personal coach. They also offer a directory of their graduates and sponsor regular conferences and training opportunities. This is one of the best resources for coaches or prospective coaches.
Coaches Training Institute
The Institute offers training modules for current and aspiring professional and personal coaches. Their emphasis is on their Co-Active Coaching Model, which helps coaches approach their task as an "empowerer" rather than as an "advisor."
Coaching Behaviors and Skills
In this article, Dr. Matt Starcevich of the Center for Coaching and Mentoring and Dr. Carl Otto from Ameritech, gives solid empirical evidence of the effect that transformational leadership offers to an organization, and makes a strong case for coaching.
Coaching Certification Training
Suzanne Skiffington, a professional and personal coach from Australia, has developed a professional development/coaching accreditation curriculum. The two separate courses teach participants how to establish, market and manage a world-class standard coaching business or how to establish and manage successful internal coaching programs
Comprehensive Coaching U
This site offers a competitive program to Coaching U. They offer online training programs, audio tapes and a certification program.
The Complete Guide to Mentoring and Coaching
The hosts of this site offer a comprehensive resource guide to the principles and practices of coaching and mentoring.
Managing absenteeism requires the company develop a plan to address the issue, publish the plan,and train supervisors in how to monitor and enforce the plan. Otherwise the problem will continue to grow and become more costly for the company.