Coaching employees means actively developing their skills on the job, while encouraging and training them to solve problems and make their own decisions. This style of leadership fits with a shift in workplace cultures where leaders can no longer simply tell their direct reports what to do and then monitor how they do it. This session describes the difference between coaching and supervising with practical tips for leaders and aspiring leaders to make this shift.
Distinguish differences between coaching and supervising
Detail preparation steps for coaching
Describe key elements of a coaching session
MN Board of Social Work
1.0 CEU (CEP-275)