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It’s well known that efficient, ongoing coaching helps focus employees’ attention on what matters the most. Plus, retention improves, engagement increases, performance rises, and companies become more productive and profitable. That’s why organizations want their leaders to be more effective at coaching.

But there’s a difference between knowing how to coach and being skillful at coaching. There’s a difference between being trained on coaching verses being coached on coaching. That difference, says business coaching guru Alan Fine, is in the results you just hope to get, versus actually getting the re­sults you want.

Fine – who’s not only a New York Times best-selling author, but also the co-creator of the GROW business coaching model, as well as founder and president of InsideOut Development –  actually started his career as a tennis coach in Wales.

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“Imagine you’re a parent and thinking of sending your kids to me to learn tennis. I tell you that the way I teach is to take your kids on the court, and for eight straight hours just talk — telling them everything I know about tennis: rules, techniques and tactics,” said Fine.

After sharing all this valuable information, Fine then continues his hypothetical story by telling parents he won’t allow their kids back on the court unless they’re competing…in a match.

Fine then asks parents if they would send their kids to him for lessons.

“No one has ever answered ‘yes’ to that question,” said Fine.

When Fine asks them why not, most parents respond, “Because they need to practice.” And when he asks what happens in practice, parents typically respond, “Repetition and feedback.”

This is Fine’s fine point: repetition and feedback are must-haves for becoming skillful before entering the heat of battle — be it in a tennis competition or the daily whirlwind of business. The reality is knowing what to do doesn’t mean you’ll always do what you know.

“We all instinctively get this,” Fine said. “We understand the need for repetition and feedback in the lives of our children as they learn sports, music, a new language, but somehow, we don’t recognize it in our organizations on behalf of our corporate ‘children’.”

Providing tennis training or instruction and expecting immediate, consistent execution on what was taught is the very same approach many organizations take when trying to help their managers and team leaders become proficient at coaching. Organizations often put their leaders through a one-day course that explains everything they need to know. These newly trained book-smart managers are then thrown back into the whirlwind – into their day job – where they are expected to execute on what they just heard.

Fine says that’s simply not possible.

“No wonder organizations frequently don’t get the results they expect from trainings, no matter how well rated those trainings may be,” said Fine.

According to a Training Magazine report, U.S. companies spent over $92 billion on training in 2020/21. Fine wonders how much of that investment was just money down the drain. He calls this — the notion that you can attend a one-off, one-day seminar or education event on how to be a coach (or anything else), and then expect long-term, long-lasting change in your people, culture, or company — the “training illusion.”

One reason for this illusion is that even the sharpest and most talented team members bump into that pesky Hermann Ebbinghaus model.

In the late 19th Century, Ebbinghaus and his research established what became known as the Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve. As his research predicted, (something you’ve likely ironically forgotten), there is a decrease in the brain’s ability to retain memory over time. If it were put to a graph, it might look something like this:

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“In my experience,” said Fine, “typical training has only short-term impact, and then its effects dwindle as retention of the training material quickly fades.”

According to a Sept. 24, 2020, Growth Engineering blog: “In a training context, the Forgetting Curve shows that learners will forget an average of 90% of what they’ve learned within the first month.”

According to Fine, short-lived workshops and trainings can teach people what they need to know about how to improve, but the implementation has then traditionally been left mostly up to them. What’s missing is the constant attention to repetition and feedback that coaching provides, and that is vital for consistent, improved results.

“To be clear, it’s not training on coaching that’s the illusion; it’s thinking that training is all that’s needed,” said Fine. “It’s me sitting with your kids talking about tennis instead of overseeing their tennis practice.

Fine says if you want training to stick and not be merely content living within the “training illusion,” insist on a culture where your leaders are coaches who create opportunities for repetition and feedback in real-world situations.

“Coaching is so much more powerful and long lasting when you take the time to ensure it’s the way your people do things, rather than it just being a thing they do,” said Fine.

Alan Fine is the founder and president of InsideOut Development, a professional training and organizational consulting firm.

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Killexams : Fast track to an internationally accepted IT degree from ACBT

Regardless of the industry, information technology today is critical to running an efficient and successful organization. People who understand technology and how businesses can use technology are in a unique position to see that technology is used to the maximum benefit of the organization.

Business oriented Information Technology degrees, which are the primary focus of this article, provide students with an education that will enable them to help businesses make strategic use of information technology. Technically oriented Information Technology degrees are hands-on programmes that tend to focus on a specific technology such as networking, web design, database development or programming and lead to careers in those areas. Business oriented programmes include both technical and business education as well as an understanding of how information technology can be used to Boost efficiency and competitiveness in an organization.

Therefore be it manufacturing, healthcare, trade, engineering, electronics, supply chain, logistics or tourism, the skills of IT professionals are needed in all these areas for designing, operating and maintenance of an organization's technology systems. Skilled IT personnel therefore are today a part of the ever evolving information technology sector that is instrumental in determining tomorrow's technology.

Opening up an increasing world of opportunities, the Information Technology industry includes telecommunications services, computer hardware, software development, information technology professional services (e.g. consulting), trouble-shooting or physical maintenance. Other career opportunities available are in a number of highly lucrative, sought-after and new generation technology areas such as Games Programming, Computer Security, Information Technology, Network Administration & Design, Internetworking Technologies, Multimedia and Animation and Web Development

The Australian College of Business and Technology (ACBT) has been in the forefront of IT education in the country for over 12 years working in association with Edith Cowan University (ECU) Australia, which is not only a highly respected tertiary education institute in the world, but also the largest and leading computer and information science university in Western Australia. ACBT offers a range of IT degree programmes that are on par with the best in the world, covering some of the most lucrative and advanced areas of specialization sought-after by the modern day business and industry.

All Sri Lankan students can now choose from a series of internationally accredited, ECU moderated IT degrees with specialization in a number of high demand areas that would put one in contention with those individuals who vie for lucrative careers in both front-end and back-end IT jobs in the global job market.

Employers throughout the world are looking for young graduates with great minds, not just a degree.As a part of Navitas Australia ranked among the top global higher education providers. ACBT offers a double major in software engineering and computer science while transforming young aspirants into true entrepreneurs ready for top jobs. Students also have the option of completing the Edith Cowan degree right here at ACBT or transferring their credits to one of the many Australian or UK universities where they can major in many IT fields such as : Networking , IT Security, Web Technology, Mobile Computing, Management of Information Systems and Networking Technologies .

All degree programmes offered by ACBT in association with ECU are registered on the Australian Government Commonwealth Register of International Courses for Overseas Students (CRISCOS) which is an unmatched advantage Sri Lankan student may enjoy in the event they wish to pursue further studies in Australia. All ACBT-ECU IT degrees are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS).
ECU computer science courses are rated at Level 1 (highest rating) by the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and renowned for providing 'leading-edge' study courses incorporating latest techniques, trends and advancements thus receiving highest rankings from world's leading professional and industry bodies.

ECU being an IBM/Lenova Partner University in the Asia-Pacific region is yet another advantage the ECU IT graduates enjoy as this unique partnership provides many knowledge sharing and technology transfer opportunities during their course of study. ECU is also rated as a 'benchmarked' CISCO Networking Academy thereby providing many learning opportunities for students who pursue ECU managed IT degrees.

From working in start-ups creating innovative web based applications to handling large and complex Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and Order Management Systems, ACBT graduates will have numerous opportunities for career growth. The broad and varied specialization options available through ECU programmes have also opened up many potentially lucrative business and industry positions for ACBT-ECU graduates thus enabling them secure financially rewarding and challenging positions in their respective careers.

ACBT is committed to creating opportunities and providing quality educational programmes for both school leavers and people who are working and thinking of returning to study. Backed by state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities including computer laboratories, comprehensive library facilities with access to the ECU library from the 3rd year, WiFi enabled learning environment, free printing facilities etc., ACBT presents truly motivating and enriching conditions that promote 'active learning'. Excellent and well qualified academic staff and the option to complete your degree at prestigious universities in Australia together with an enviable Galle Road location in Colombo 3, make ACBT the No 1 choice for students aspiring for a career in IT.

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Killexams : Train managers, supervisors to engage employees

That’s why it’s vital to deliver your leadership the tools they need to connect with the company and help engage employees. Managers should also learn to see themselves as coaches and mentors, providing employees with support, constructive criticism and encouragement. To get the ball rolling, companies can offer leadership development seminars and training programs to their senior and middle managers.

Take Headspace Health for instance. The global provider of mental health and well-being solutions has recently launched a leadership education program to equip managers with science-backed practices to drive cultural change in organizations, support mental health and well-being in the workplace and Boost employee engagement, productivity and retention.

The Leadership Workshop Series kicks off a culture services program from the Santa Monica, CA-based company that aims to bolster compassion among leaders and prepare them to engage in meaningful conversations with their teams about mental health, burnout and stress in a manner that fosters psychological safety.

The initial series, which is being offered in collections, single sessions or a combination of both, gives organizations flexibility to meet the real-time needs of managers and their teams. The Mindful Leadership Collection is intended for leaders of any level and provides guidance for managers on self-compassion and compassion for others. The Managing Healthy Teams Collection is intended for people managers and includes courses such as burnout management, psychological safety and check-in techniques.

“With employee burnout and turnover at an all-time high, companies are beginning to recognize that investing in leadership training on mental health and well-being is now table stakes,” said Russell Glass, CEO of Headspace Health. “By equipping managers with the education and tools they need, leaders will see less attrition, more fulfilled employees and ultimately a positive impact on the bottom line.”

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Killexams : Global Information and Communications Technology(ICT) Market 2022: Share and Outlook of Regulatory Scenario by 2028

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Killexams : Best online cybersecurity courses of 2022: free and paid certification programs, degrees and masters

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