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For over 15 years, the Connecticut Quality Council has been providing high value, low-cost workshops to over 30,000 participants aimed at instilling the philosophies and practices of Continuous Improvement and Total Quality Management. We are a non-profit organization, with over one hundred member companies sharing experiences, expertise, and resources. We would like to thank My Trades Marketing for the help with our website design
CQC was founded in 1990, and operates as a department of Rensselaer at Hartford .
Coaching for Technical Managers is founded on the premise that leaders are expected to help their staff grow and develop. They must use their coaching skills to help average employees become good and good employees become great. This program is valuable for all managers interested in sharpening their coaching skills and having difficult conversations with their direct reports. However,technical managers often face anespecially difficult challenge because their initial success has been in their technical competency, not in their ability to manage and coach others. We have incorporated special content into the program designed to make this transition clearer and easier.In Coaching for Technical Managers,you will discuss the components of an effective coaching relationship,from establishing rapport to rewarding excellent performance.You will receive feedback using a multi-rater instrument specifically focused on coaching behaviors.A model designed to provide a specific plan of action for approaching coaching situations will be presented and used as part of the activities. This program helps you understand behavior and what interests different people and leads to their commitment.If you know what really excites them, you can help them perform to their maximum.