Experienced managers are extremely valuable to an organization. With the experience and judgment they have developed over time, these managers can provide leadership and drive to guide the organization to new highs. So it's important that you devote time and other resources to ensuring their ongoing commitment to the organization's long-term and short-term goals. Managers with highly developed skills manage their teams and subordinates more efficiently, reduce overall employee turnover, and increase the organization's performance.
In this course, you'll learn about a range of techniques for investing in your managers to establish their long-term commitment to the organization. In particular, you'll learn how to develop their competencies and skills through coaching. Finally, you'll learn how to identify signs of underperformance in experienced managers and how to help them overcome whatever is hindering their performance.Learning Objectives
- Differentiate techniques for investing in management talent
- Apply guidelines for coaching an experienced manager
- Describe benefits of effectively coaching experienced managers
- Conduct an effective coaching meeting with an experienced manager
- Recognize how to use various techniques to assess a manager's performance
- Recognize how to manage a nonperforming manager