Recent research shows that learning over time is the best way to make learning stick. Whether it’s developing the skills needed to be a better coach or deliver a brilliant sales presentation, learning over time is core to making it stick. Like most learning journeys, these simple examples take more than a few days and along the journey using multiple development approaches will deepen and enhance the experience.
The outsourcing of non-core business functions has become a mainstream practice and outsourcing your management learning and development via outsourced managed learning services, is in principle is no different than outsourcing, say, your company’s payroll.
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Failure to act on poor performance could see the situation getting out of hand. Other members of the team may become resentful and ultimately the responsibility lies with you. Here are five key strategies to manage poor performance by a member of your team:
People are more likely to change their approach or behaviours if they feel it is their own choice and it is not being imposed upon them. Coaching a team member effectively is about enabling them to think and act in new ways wards a way of thinking which does not feel enforced.
Forcing anybody to do something that is not natural to them or is not the way that they have always done something is likely to fail. However, using coaching you can gently reintroduce them into a new way of thinking.