Fundamental problems exist with traditional Performance Management (pm) system because of the flaws in the basic paradigm which guided their construction. This traditional method impaired business progress by frustrating both the evaluators and evaluatees, the need to eliminate this system and replace it with a more friendly employee and productive system led to the introduction of what is known as catalytic coaching. Which helps employees achieve peak performance and maximum potential. Catalytic coaching enables business organizations to achieve improved results.
- What is Catalytic Coaching?
- Comparison of the Features of Traditional Performance review and Catalytic Coaching
- Philosophical Orientation
- Attitude toward People
- Philosophy of Human Resources
- System Orientation
- Traditional Model
- The Process
- Problems with the Prevailing Model
- Process Inputs
- Employees, Supervisors, Managers, and Senior Management as Customers.
- Rating and Ranking
- Failing to Produce Results
- Undermining Team Work and Quality
- Pay for Performance
- Evolutionary Change Strategies
- Measurement: Putting Systems to the test.
- The PM System Assessment Model-An Overview
- Tieing Performance Rating to Salary Increases
- Catalytic Coaching
- A Process Overview
- Coaching Versus Evaluating
- Catalytic Coaching Process
- Follow up Coaching
- The role of a Coach
- Personal Development Plan
- Roles of Responsibilities of the Employee
- Making it Work
- Commitment, Competencies and Infrastructure
- Building an Integrated Catalytic Culture
- Key Components
- Training and Development System
- Real Life cases the “Zombie Auditor”
- Acquiring Coaching Competencies through Skills Training
- Common Coaching Challenges and Solutions
- Walking the talk: leaders as Role Models
- Review of Application forms and worksheets
- Group Project Presentation
On completion of the workshop, participants should be able to:
- Compare and Contrast-Traditional performance Management and Catalytic Coaching processes
- Articulate the Philosophical and System Orientation underlying Traditional (PM) and Catalytic Coaching
- Illustrate the problems associated with the prevailing PM system
- Describe the Catalytic Coaching Process and the Follow-Up Process
- Build an integrated Analytic Coaching culture.
- Identify challenges associated with Analytic Coaching.
- Recommend the solutions associated with the problems of Analytic Coaching
- Be familiar with the Application forms for use in Analytic Coaching and more
Supervisors, Managers, Senior Managers, Human Resource Officers and Managers