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Coaching for Improved Work Performance

  • 19 Apr 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Billings Food Bank, 2112 4th Avenue North Billings, MT

Registration

  • Active Chapter Members pay $12 to attend monthly learning events + a $1 payment processing fee. Cash or Check Payment will be collected upon arrival.
  • Active Chapter Members pay $12 to attend monthly events when paying online.
  • Chapter Members may use this option to register several Chapter Members at once. One Chapter Member must login to use this option and then declare the total number of additional members. We prefer that registration via this option be paid online. Please know that online payments are non-refundable. Registration is transferable if a member is unable to attend after registration is complete.
  • Attendees who are not Active Chapter Members pay $17 to attend monthly meetings. There is also a $1 payment processing fee. Cash or Check Payment will be collected upon arrival.
  • Attendees who are not Active Chapter Members pay $17 to attend monthly meetings.
  • Students must show a valid student ID at check in. This payment option covers online or at-the-door payments.

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Today’s market is competitive and tough.  You must achieve optimal performance from your employees.  Skillful coaching will develop employees, boost productivity and build team morale.  This session will help leaders define and enhance their coaching roles.  Join us as we cover such topics as: tips to confront, the importance of effective listening, the coaching process, and coaching performance versus behavior.


Bryan Peterson has been with Associated Employers since 2007 and provides member services in the areas of organizational, business and staff development and training.  Bryan specializes in professional and staff development to include:  leadership and management development, personality assessments, communication, conflict management, team building, performance management, discipline and termination.  Staff development training services include: customer service, train-the-trainer, respect and business etiquette.
Bryan also provides member services in the area of regulatory and preventative training to include drug and alcohol testing reasonable suspicion for supervisors, harassment and discrimination prevention, and workplace violence prevention.  Business and organizational member services include executive coaching.
Prior to joining Associated Employers, Bryan worked in the financial institution industry and for a Fortune 500 company.  Responsibilities included operational management, managing teams of up to 200 employees, master training for district-wide staff development, and district executive recruiting.  Bryan has a B.S. degree in Business Administration from North Dakota State University.


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