Coaching And Mentoring In Organizations
Credit Hours: 3.00. This course explores issues and practices in technologically-driven organizations pertaining to the roles and functions that coaching and mentoring play in employee development. A "best practices" approach, utilizing the case method, is emphasized. Presented from the point of view of a human resource manager/leader, the focus of the course is on identifying coaching opportunities, enhancing communication skills, developing and implementing coaching and mentoring strategies, and evaluating the outcomes of these strategies. Attention is directed to facilitating personal coaching mentoring skills. Course may be offered in traditional, distance, or blended format. Permission of department required. Typically offered Spring.
This course is offered by the Department of Technology Leadership and Innovation (Graduate)