These activities provide stimulating exercises, realistic case studies, and creative role-plays that will enable your managers and supervisors to sharpen their skills in several key coaching roles - as team leader, facilitator, counselor, and director. Each fully reproducible activity is organized in a user-friendly format with detailed trainer's notes, clear objectives, and suggested variations for customizing the activity to meet your group's needs. Training Objectives: Introduce mentoring concepts and peer guidance techniques; Develop skills to express performance improvement goals clearly; Create open, trusting relationships; Refine managers' skills in providing constructive feedback Training Methods: Team games; Group discussions; Icebreakers; Role-plays; Questionnaires and written exercises Time Guidelines: 34 activities take 1 hour or less; 6 activities take between 1 and 2 hoursTake these questions and answers from the material that has been covered in the training to this point. Print out the ... Explain that the teams will compete against one another in a friendly version of the TV game show Family Feud. Taking turns anbsp;...
|Title||:||50 Activities for Coaching and Mentoring|
|Author||:||Donna Berry, Cadwell Charles, Fehrmann Joe|
|Publisher||:||Human Resource Development - 1993-01-01|