Guiding the Development of Others

Learn the necessary skills and a practical process to develop your employees. This course focuses on the critical role you play before, during and after you and your employee have agreed on the employee’s development plan.

Do you face any of these issues?

  • Are employees struggling to keep their knowledge and skills up to date?
  • Are you responsible for developing employees but are unsure about where or how to begin?
  • How well do you measure and monitor the progress of development objectives and do you have behavioral data to help?

Performance Objectives

  • Ensure individual development goals align with organizational business strategy.
  • Gather and review formal and informal behavioral data to determine a person’s strengths and development needs.
  • Plan and conduct discussions on strengths and development needs, and measure and monitor development progress.
  • Handle challenging development discussions.

Primary Audience:
First-time managers through senior-level managers
Secondary Audience:
Employees who are currently individual contributors who aspire to be managers
Course Length:
Four hours
Facilitator:
Certified Princeton Facilitator
Certificate:
Elective (E)