Coach and train your (new) team members
- Understanding the key mechanisms of training and coaching adults
- Prepare and frame your coaching and training activities
- Train and pass on knowledge and skills
- Appreciate, follow the learning and the progress of your team member
- Enhance your communication
- What does training mean? What does coaching mean? What is the difference?
- Understand the basics of learning and andragogy (training for adults)
- How does one learn? How does one remember? Significance and consequences for a manager/trainer
Prepare and frame your coaching activities
- Identify the elements to be communicated: key skills, know how, social skills, professional practices…
- Identify the needs of your team member: expectations, level of autonomy, commitment
- Adapt the learning method(s) to the situation and the team member
- Set up and communicate the supporting framework: objectives, actions, progress and follow-up
Train and pass on knowledge and skills
- Rely on the employee's representations and current knowledge
- Use questions as a learning lever
- Learn by example; show; work together; be present
- Vary the approaches. Stimulate all the senses to promote memorisation and appropriation
- Make your employees active and actors in their learning
Follow up and appreciation of the evolution of team members
- Observe and listen actively; ask for feedback; focus on clear and definite facts
- Value the acquired knowledge and encourage progression
- Offer constructive criticism
- Adapt your coaching style to the growing autonomy of your employees
Optimise your communication to improve training and coaching
- Do more than just "pass on the information"
- Avoid pitfalls in communication
- Understand the impact of non-verbal communication
- Explain well: efficiently deliver a message and verify it is well understood
Notre savoir-faire nous a permis de développer une méthode pédagogique spécifique basée sur la pratique et utilisée par tous nos formateurs. Notre méthode est construite autour de 2 piliers : l’expertise du formateur et l’analyse du besoin du participant.
Une attestation de présence peut être délivrée à la demande du participant en fin de formation.
Le contenu de ce descriptif de formation est de la seule responsabilité de son auteur, l'organisme de formation Key Job.