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Techniques for coaching for job success

Techniques for coaching for job success

Techniques for coaching for job success
    The teaching means that the supervisor teaches or suggests that subordinates can learn the assignments according to the objectives and practices to achieve their objectives efficiently and save teaching as one of the supervisors. that should be treated with subordinates in order to allow him to understand the work, have the expertise and be able to work properly, with the supervisor having to clarify the objectives, methods of work in detail and clearly in order to lead to The success of the job and eventually the organization, job coaching is a learning process and also helps to build good working relationships.

The importance of teaching
Teaching has a special value, resulting in good results, making work highly efficient, enhancing the potential of workers at all levels, the importance of teaching is as follows.
    1. There is no trial and error, teaching work is correct and efficient, reducing errors, damage and working time.
    2. The learning is correct and complete. The transfer of work and operational techniques from the leader to the team members helps to create correct working knowledge, increasing work efficiency.
    3. The operation is convenient, fast and safe, can improve the work.
    4. Don't waste time fixing mistakes and defects.
    5. Supervisors and subordinates trust each other and it is an opportunity to exchange ideas.
    6. Make the body of knowledge not attached to the person when entering and exiting the job, there will be a successor.

Teaching will take place when
    1. Recruit new employees to work
    2. When transferring employees
    3. When there is a change in the work system
    4. When new tools or equipment are used
    5. When the supervisor finds that the employee uses tools or equipment that do not match the job
    6. When you notice that employees are working in the wrong way
    7. When found that employees work inconveniently or work late
    8. When it is found that the employee is working at risk of being unsafe.
    9. When there is a problem with the work, errors, defects, the work is not up to standard
    10. To develop the capability of employees to be higher.

Qualifications of the Instructor
    The teaching of the teacher and the teaching must be close and reliable in each other. The instructor must believe that the teaching can be taught and the teaching must believe that the instructor will be able to able to pass on the knowledge of working to them
Characteristics of a good teacher are as follows:
    1. Have knowledge and competence in the job to be taught
    2. Have a passion for sharing knowledge
    3. Have a serious commitment to teaching success
    4. have the intention to teach
    5. Have communication skills for understanding
    6. Be patient with the behavior of the learners.

teaching techniques


teaching techniques
A technique is a method that has been tried and accepted as effective. It is considered a method used by professionals as a teaching technique and there are many other techniques that should be known.
    1. Techniques for creating learning needs are used in cases where it is known who needs to be coached on what tasks.
    2. The technique for making the learners ready is to create a friendly atmosphere that relieves stress without focusing on formalities.
    3. The technique of stimulating interest takes into account the benefits and objectives of the work, causing the learners to want to learn.
    4. Explanation technique is teaching new or additional knowledge from what has been done before. There is a talk about the method along with explaining the work process. It must be a two-way communication with questions.
    5. Techniques for showing work
    6. Techniques for teaching recipients to practice this technique, if the recipient has a deep understanding, must try while teaching because if there is an error, it can be corrected immediately.
    7. Techniques for testing and follow-up. Once the job is taught, it must be tested to see that it can be done and actually learn. In the follow-up phase, the trainer should always check the work of the recipient Always open the opportunity to ask questions in order to improve the work further.
    8. Techniques to encourage learning may be caused by environments, opportunities or events. Techniques must try to build confidence in the recipient if the recipient is able to complete the instruction correctly. There should be a compliment to encourage.
    9. Confidence building techniques are self-experimentation for learning and practicing to gain proficiency, resulting in confidence in what has been learned.

effective teaching techniques
     Most effective teaching techniques are techniques that focus on supervisors who are responsible for teaching as follows:

  • Instructors must have knowledge and understanding of the work system in detail.
  • The trainee has and understands the purpose of working in order to achieve the organization's goals.
  • Instructors must be willing to educate the operators.
  • Instructors must be willing to sacrifice some of their time for teaching, which can sometimes take a long time.
  • Instructors and trainees must trust each other and be confident in the way of teaching.

     All supervisors or job instructors may not be good job instructors, some are good at working but can't teach others or don't want to pass on the knowledge they have in themselves to others. In addition, there is a major problem that the knowledge and work skills that supervisors have may be obsolete because the world is constantly changing. Knowledge does not stand still as well. Older supervisors who have worked for a long time may not be able to catch up with new working techniques. Supervisors or supervisors in order to bring knowledge to pass on to a large number of subordinates.
    It can be seen that coaching is another method that helps the transfer and exchange of tacit knowledge from one person to another as well and contributes to the organization's knowledge management process. Continuing, resulting in the trainees applying the knowledge to work, gaining new knowledge and preparing to be a teacher for the next generation of trainees as well

The teaching process has the following

The teaching process has the following steps:
    1. Finding the need for job coaching
    2. Preparation of lesson plans
    3. Course Content Preparation
    4. The preparation of alley work is to bring the work to be taught to be analyzed separately.
    5. Preparation of documents and equipment
    6. Venue preparation
    7. Teaching evaluation

Benefits of teaching
    1. The boss can delegate more work.
    2. The boss doesn't have to waste time editing tasks.
    3. The supervisor has reviewed and improved the operational procedures.
    4. Employees can perform tasks according to their needs.
    5. Employees work without making mistakes.
    6. Employees don't have to endure blame.
    7. A good relationship between the boss and the employee.
    8. Supervisors are easier to manage because they are close to each other.
    9. Participation and motivation to strengthen the agency
    10. Employees can use their full potential to reduce losses from accidents at work.

วันที่โพส : 17-03-2023
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