Action Steps: Developing Your Staff

Developing Your Staff

Employee Growth and Development Using Coaching as a Management Tool. | taught by Keith Tatley
  • 1 Video
  • 15 Texts
  • 1 PDF
  • 1 Disqus
  • 2.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Employee Development
Introduction to Action Steps to Developing Employees FREE PREVIEW
Learning Power
Action Steps
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Employee Development Action Steps
Action Step 1: Get Employees Attention & Set Upfront Contract
Action Step 2: Provide Upfront Motivation
Action Step 3: Secure Commitment Upfront
Action Step 3: Secure Commitment Upfront
Action Step 4: Set Objectives
Action Step 5: Collaborate to Identify Training Resources
Action Step 6: Collaborate to Produce an Action Plan
Action Step 7: Track Progress & Keep Employee on Target
Action Step 8: Goal Achievement & Follow Up
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Practical Employee Development Exercise
Putting Your New Skills to Practice
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Follow Up
Secret Ninja Manager Trick: Getting Your Employees to Develop Themselves
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Conclusion and Next Steps
Joining the Manager Foundation Alumni Community
CPD (CPE) Continuing Professional Development Credits
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Course description


The world is constantly developing and changing. You need to get better just to keep up. Companies that do not develop are outcompeted and become obsolete. A Manager has a responsibility to improve the performance of their team and Employee Development is a vital component of performance. But traditional development methods are expensive and time-consuming.


An employee’s perception of internal growth and development opportunities is one of the more important predictors of employee engagement. Plus, when your employees learn new skills they get better at their jobs. It increases productivity and gives your team capabilities they never had. Developing skills will also prevent your organization from obsolescence and being outcompeted.


  • Engage and motivate your staff,
  • Improve the skills and capabilities of your team,
  • Get better employee performance,
  • Support delegation through skills development.

"All that is valuable in human society depends upon the opportunity for development accorded the individual."

- Albert Einstein

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Keith Tatley
Keith Tatley