Almost half the working population, according to one source I found, moves on to another job because of the poor training they feel they’ve received from their employers. So if you’re going to train your team, make sure you give them training they will find worthwhile and, more importantly, training that sticks.
Most trainees find training helpful. They come back with practical tools and techniques. But that’s where the problem begins, back on the job. If the training doesn’t include follow-up, what they learned soon goes to waste.
Naturally, you expect your children not only to learn to read in school, but to read when they get home. Likewise, you should expect your team to apply new skills and to perform in new and better ways when they get back from a workshop.
When you come home from CoachQuest training, your training has just begun.
To begin with, we provide you and your team with a Coaching Checklist. It consists of 40 questions that prompt continued learning and includes activities and actions you can take to develop and improve what you learned at the CoachQuest Workshop.
CoachQuest is not about lecturing and listening. Instead we focus on giving you tools to develop further and continue to succeed. And we don’t expect you to go through your continued learning on your own. As a CoachQuest graduate, we guide you through a review of one coaching tool about every week. That makes your coaching impact last throughout most of the year.