Coaching – A Non-Negotiable in the New Model of Performance Management
Stephen Tavares, Partner Leadership Consulting Practice, Heidrick & Struggles
Christine Lotze, Partner Leadership Consulting Practice, Heidrick & Struggles
We’ve seen the shifts taking place in performance management. Companies are replacing traditional performance management approaches for ones that are less rigid, more iterative, and more focused employees’ unique potential. But changing the approach alone is not enough. In order to reap the benefits of the new model, organizations should remember that managers and employees need to be equipped with a new set of skill sets to succeed in the new normal.
In this session, we will talk about COACHING as a core competency, not a nice-to-have, in the new model of performance management. Specifically, we will share:
• What our work and research has taught us about the impact of coaching on talent performance, development, and retention
• The types of Coaching skills that are highly applicable to performance management and how managers and employees can make the most of the coaching relationship
• Examples of how Fortune 500 companies have embedded Coaching as a core competency in their businesses