Understand the difference between coaching and mentoring and the context and situations in which coaching can be used
This dynamic two day open course can either be run onsite or as an open course in Derbyshire and London.
This is a tools-based coaching programme which is experiential in nature.
Delegates will take away the results driven coaching toolkit which they will be able to use post-course on a day-to-day basis.
Post programme – one month post-course
We offer post-progarmme support through group and 1-1 coaching supervision where we can review the use of coaching skills to date and evaluate the impact of what has been achieved and how delegates will continue to use their skills in the future.
Those who manage others and are responsible for their development in the workplace – this course will help you unlock their potential.
To understand the difference between coaching and mentoring and the context and situations in which coaching can be used.
To be able to use coaching as a developmental tool.
How to use different coaching models on a day to day basis.
To learn how to coach people on a day-to-day basis as part of their job.
To use coaching to become more proficient as a manager in their role.
Practice the skills of being a coach, a coachee and an observer and receive feedback from colleagues and the course facilitator (coaching supervisor) on your coaching skills performance.
The Programme Topic Areas are:
• Coaching definitions
• Coaching individual experience
• Key coaching skills:
* Non directive
• How to use coaching in the management role
• Feedback v criticism
• Opportunities for coaching in the work environment
• Identification of coaching needs
• Coaching in practice, the use of the results driven coaching toolkit
• 4 Cornerstones of questioning
• Models of coaching - practical application
• The rule of 3
• The STOP Tool
• Coaching a team through change
• How to use social styles in coaching
• Dealing with defensiveness
• Coaching evaluation
• Summary & action plans agreed