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The At-A-Glance page provides basic elements that a provider will need to initiate a career coaching program, with links to valuable resources. The In-Depth view outlines six categories of coaching duties and breaks them down into individual tasks that are required of each coach, as well as knowledge and skill sets necessary to make a successful coach. Overall, the tool kit is designed so that users can conveniently download pages and incorporate as much or as little of the model into their own program.
As our national demand for health services continues to grow, health care leaders are realizing that maintaining a pipeline of qualified workers is the best defense against employee shortages and turnover. In recent years, hospitals and other health care organizations have met the workforce challenge by introducing programs that advance incumbent employees through career ladders and custom-designed, work-based education. The results of these initiatives have been astounding. Further, workers and health care administrators alike point to career coaching as the single most important component of their program’s success.
This Web-based tool kit is now being made available to assist any health care provider who seeks a proactive role in developing and sustaining
a stable workforce through employee training and support. The self-help resource takes BACH’s coaching methods and puts them into a format that is quick to navigate and easy to adapt to the needs of almost any health care setting.