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Coaching for High Performance

Next workshop: July 2012

This popular two-day workshop is now available as a public course!  Be quick to register as numbers are limited for maximum benefit.  This course is for Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors and anyone who leads others.

On this workshop you will learn:

  • how to turn your low and average performers into high performers on a consistent basis – creating high performance organisations
  • how to become much more effective and influential as a manager
  • how to create and maintain successful relationships
  • what the key differences are in managing low / core performers versus high performers
  • the top 5 staff engagement methods you can use as a manager
  • the 4 consequences managers use on a daily basis and the 2 you should AVOID at all times
  • the 7 steps that high performing leaders engage in
  • and so much more..............

"Of huge benefit. The course taught me methods and techniques that I've found really useful stepping into my new role. It's also been good having the course materials (flash cards etc), and notes taken during the course to refer back to and refresh my memory. Certainly, I feel what I learned during the course has made me more aware of the importance in how we communicate to get the best out of people, and hopefully made me more capable of achieving this." Andrew Court

"These skills are core to being a good/effective manager.  It should be a pre-requisite to learn this stuff before you take on the challenge of managing staff"  Leona van der Heyden

"I found particularly useful the tips on giving feedback and how to address performance issues." David

"This workshop has opened my eyes to the way I can help my staff improve and motivate them forward." Greg, Martini Design

"Equips you with techniques to be a better people leader and get the best out of your people." Lance Walker, CEO

"Attending the High Performance Coaching workshop has been such a positive catalyst for myself and my team to re-look at the things we do, with a fresh perspective, and heightened awareness.  Some really practical tools that will greatly assist us to make a difference to the people we lead". Shelley Hemi, Contact Centre Manager Ezibuy

"Yes, I'd recommend this workshop.  The content was extremely relevant as it clearly demonstrated the subtly between the assumption that personally owned and tested techniques for performance management aren’t as effective as one might assume. It has opened my eye’s to new ways of offering [reinforcement] that will be better understood by the recipient.  It has also been helpful in respect to the way in which performance or conflict issues might be managed in the workplace." Steve Nichols

"The content was very relevant to our situation.  Obvious that Michelle is passionate about the subject as well as very knowledgeable." Paul

"It gave me a range of tools to identify, manage and influence behaviours to achieve better performance from my staff." Marcus

“Very very relevant.  Wish I had done this 9 months ago! …would have saved me a lot of time & energy”.  Rachael

“Lot’s of take home facts.  Lots that I can put into practice – use both at home and work.  I feel that the staff [here] will reap the rewards of the training”.  Kerrin

“Great content for managing my staff.  Well worth doing – very professional, well run course.”  Leanne, Human Resources Manager

"You get a clearer idea on how to solve different situations.  Very relevant to the day to day situations that happen within my team." Jason

"This workshop was relevant for providing coaching for managers for dealing with staff... to enable managers to formulate their own solutions and reduce dependence on HR." Carolyn Sherwin, HR Advisor

Your investment: only $1195.00 + GST

**EARLY BIRD specials: only $995.00 if booked and paid prior to 20th February 2012**

**Bookings for two or more participants: specials**


Venue: Johnston Street, Wellington
Times: 8.30am – 5.00pm daily

Contact Michelle directly if you have any questions.

Note: Course requires a minimum of six confirmed participants