About This Course
There are a wide array of tools available to managers for developing their team members. However, managers are often at a loss to decide which tool to use when. In this experiential workshop, participants will explore the tools for structured people development and identify when to use which tool.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Identify the tools for structured people development
- Conduct effective developmental discussions with team members
- Use delegation as an effective tool for development
Skill Drill 1: Developing Skills
In this session, participants understand the different types of tools available to develop skills. They also explore when to use each tool and how to use it for best results.
Participants also acknowledge the learning curve associated with each skill and that each person has their own pace, ambition, capacity, and trajectory.
Skill Drill 2: Working with Attitude and Mindset
In this session, participants understand the different types of tools available to develop attitude and a mindset that is conducive to learning and growth . They also explore when to use each tool and how to use it for best results.
- Aligning purpose and values
Skill Drill 3: Conduct Structured Developmental Discussion
In this session, participants play through a simulated developmental discussion and discover the questions can help uncover impactful insights with their team members. They also establish the ground rules they need to set up with their teams to have effective developmental conversations. Participants will also explore how to take a short-term and long-term view of the developmental discussion and include career conversations in the discussion.
Skill Drill 4: Following Through on Development Plans
In this session, participants explore how to develop a development plan and the best practices to track completion and lead a team member to success.
Skills Drill 5: Reflection and Summary
A guided session to share learning and insights from the workshop. Participants complete their learning journal and action plan.
- Group processes
- Case studies
- Gamified simulation
- No prerequisites