January BA Leader Meeting - Building Great Facilitators
Overview and Learning Objectives
Your employee is attending training and you want them to be great at their new skill. We send people to be trained so they can improve a much-needed skill. Training by itself is only 20% effective. To effectively master a new skill, we need to address skill development, hill removal, and will of the employee to master the new skill. Improve their likelihood of mastering the new skill by effective coaching and reinforcement.
In this discussion, you will learn the principles of coaching a new skill to the level of competence. We will focus on the Facilitation skill of developing a Purpose Statement. We will discuss the practical ways to assure your facilitator is demonstrating the new skill, the process for removing hills, and specific ways to address the will of your team member in mastering their new skill.
1. To be able to discuss the development responsibility of the Coach of a Facilitator
2. To be able to demonstrate how to develop a Coach of a Facilitator on use of a purpose statement
3. To be able to self-assess skills in coaching development of a facilitator
Please Note: The BA Leader meeting is followed by a Chapter meeting which is free with your BA Leadership meeting registration. If you plan to attend the Chapter meeting, please be sure to include the Chapter meeting registration in your checkout. The coupon code for the free admission to the Chapter meeting with a BA Leadership registration is "20180124BALEADER". Please enter this coupon at the time of checkout and your Chapter meeting fee will be waived.
4:00 – 5:30 Presentation
Mark Swiderski is the founder of Praxilient. His company assists organizations from $10m to $77B improve their speed to market, streamline operations, gain measured improvements, reduce risk, and gain clear aligned organizational performance by improving operations and project performance.
Mark has 35+ years business experience, with 25+ years of helping companies achieve their goals through the skills of people, improved methods, and helps individuals grow their capabilities at all levels. He is a global expert, author, and lecturer in the deployment of improved project management and operations performance. Mark is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He received his M.B.A. from DePaul University.
Mark has worked for a wide variety of industries and functional areas from banking, utilities, manufacturing, and healthcare to professional sports. He has participated or led teams that delivered more than $2B in project scope. His organization has trained, coached, or developed more than 10,000 people from Functional Teams to Chief Executive Officers across the globe.
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ECBA Professional Development Credit Info:
Course Type: Interactive Skills
Contact Name: VP of Administration
Contact Title: VP of Administration
Contact Email: Administration@newisconsin.iiba.org