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Coaching for High Performance

Module Details
Audience: New Managers
Duration: 4 hours/One day 
Location: Miami Herbert Business School, University of Miami


Twenty-first century organizations exist in highly dynamic external markets that continually undergo disruptive change. Effective leaders must be adept coaches, helping employees develop the skill sets necessary for continuous improvement and for making contributions to organizations as they evolve. Given that many employees are resistant to change, learning how to constructively communicate performance feedback is key to developing an engaged and high-performing workforce. Cases and role-plays will be used to help leaders develop the ability to become outstanding coaches for their organizations.

This module will:


Chet Schriesheim

Professor Chet Schriesheim is a Distinguished Professor of Management in the Miami Herbert Business School, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He has published over a hundred articles in the area of Leadership and recently received the Distinguished Career Award from the Academy of Management. He has consulting with organizations throughout the United States in areas such as leadership development and survey development.

Linda Neider

Linda Neider is Professor and chair on the Management Department at Miami Herbert Business School, University of Miami. Her interests are in leadership and organizational effectiveness; transforming organizational cultures; human resource systems, health care management, training and development needs assessment; and survey design, development and analysis.

Terri Scandura

Terri A. Scandura is currently a Professor of Management in the Miami Herbert Business School at the University of Miami. Her fields of interest include leadership, mentorship, and applied research methods. She has been a visiting scholar in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, China and the United Arab Emirates. Dr. Scandura has authored or co-authored over two hundred presentations, articles and book chapters.


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