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Client success story – leadership coaching, development, and training

By on Jul 18, 2016 in Blog, Coaching, Government and Public Sector, Success Stories, Training and Development, Training and Development Consulting | 0 comments

Client success story – leadership coaching, development, and training

Today’s success story brings you to a vibrant suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. That’s right…Organizational Architecture even partners with municipalities to support their workforce strategy! We started working with this city’s leadership team to assist with on-going leadership development. Our initial assessment uncovered these challenges: The need for clarity around what characteristics are possessed by effective […]

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Defining the three phases of performance management: phase one – coaching

By on Mar 16, 2016 in Blog, Coaching, Performance Management | 0 comments

Defining the three phases of performance management: phase one – coaching

Performance management provides a structured plan for developing, managing, and continuously improving employee performance. Accurate documentation, consistently maintained for each employee, tracks growth and development. To ensure that excellent product quality and service are consistently delivered, employees must be challenged not only to meet, but to exceed, company and position standards. Performance management offers three […]

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Performance Management – examining basic reasons for poor performance

By on Mar 14, 2016 in Blog, Coaching, Performance Management, Supervision, Training and Development | 0 comments

Performance Management – examining basic reasons for poor performance

The goal of an effective performance management program is to make the best even better. Prior to the implementation of any stage of performance management, it is important to understand if there are reasons behind an employee’s performance shortcomings. In some instances, there may be an obstacle preventing an employee from being successful. These obstacles […]

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Performance analysis quadrant at a glance

By on Jul 22, 2015 in Blog, Coaching, Performance Management, Training and Development | 0 comments

Performance analysis quadrant at a glance

Now that the primary causes of poor performance have been identified, we can now address how to fix these problems. As you plot your employees along the quadrant, consider the following solutions to the performance problem it matches. Motivation [Quadrant A] If the employee has sufficient job knowledge, but does not have the proper attitude, […]

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Identifying causes of poor performance

By on Jul 20, 2015 in Blog, Coaching, Performance Management, Training and Development | 0 comments

Identifying causes of poor performance

In the process of identifying causes of poor employee performance, the Performance Analysis Quadrant is a highly regarded tool to assist managers in “visually” identifying causes of poor performance. Before beginning your quadrant, you must understand what may be causing an employee’s poor performance. The four primary causes of poor performance are: Motivation – The […]

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Is coaching necessary? The results of failing to coach

By on Jun 26, 2015 in Blog, Coaching, Training and Development | 0 comments

Is coaching necessary? The results of failing to coach

  Unsuccessful Managers believe that coaching employees is not necessary and expect their employees to “learn from experience”. Although exposure to new experiences creates an opportunity for learning, it is not regarded as the best teacher of new skills. To depend on experience alone might result in: Employees not learning the task correctly and becoming […]

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