Strengthen Your Coaching Skills with the Mentoring for Performance and Accountability eClass

Published Date: Mar 26, 2024

Holding an employee accountable is a critical part of a supervisor’s role. By practicing true accountability, you can ensure your employees’ responsibilities and organizational goals are met – now that’s a win-win! Measuring accountability involves setting clear expectations, providing regular feedback, and addressing performance issues promptly.  

Struggling with how to mentor for performance? You are not alone. Some mentors and coaches struggle with the “science” of it: the “how-to implement” process, while others struggle with the art of performance management. The “art” effectively conducts performance conversations and then follows up to ensure improved or sustained performance. Having a framework enables supervisors to mentor their mentees for performance by building their confidence in them, as they are supported in self-identifying their gaps and demonstrating their current levels of knowledge and skill.  

If you are experiencing roadblocks in measuring your employee’s professional progress, consider enrolling in our Mentoring for Performance and Accountability eClass. Join us on May 29, 2024, for a one-hour session where participants will view mentoring through the lens of the various generations operating in the workplace. This is because, for the first time in history, the workplace is currently undergoing a generational melding of the ages, with five different generations operating in this space simultaneously. So whether you’re working with a Generation X or Generation Z employee, it is crucial to understand these different demographics to demonstrate leadership and coaching styles that motivate your employees of all ages. Register for this course today to learn how to define the coaching framework, distinguish the differences between generations, and share your experience using this framework with your mentee.

Register here and reach out to if you have any questions!