Bob Parsons, Manager Global Learning & Development, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Just say the word “Performance Management” to a leader or employee and you will get a wide variety of uninterested answers: “We have made it so complicated and it just seems like an exercise in futility.” “I get my performance review the same time every year and the same time every year my manager gets to tell me how bad I am.” “Coaching…coaching here means it’s a last-ditch effort to save my career.” Coaching and performance management mean many things to many people. Figuring out how to create a culture of continual feedback and development can be a daunting task for any organization. During this workshop we will share how Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. integrated coaching into their “performance fabric” and how it is paying off in hard dollars…all while lowering the burden on leaders and increasing the joy in employees!
• Learn a clear, concise coaching definition that will change the way you view your leaders and employees.
• Explore how a simple coach approach can lead to individual and organizational performance breakthroughs.
• Walk away with practical steps for how to personally increase your own personal performance tomorrow!