Coaching Skills

  • TBA
  • TBA
  • 09.30am - 4.30pm
  • £110for members £150for non-members
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Overview

Coaching has been used in a variety of environments for decades as a way of identifying and ensuring an individual’s potential is realised. In the work place it can be used as an effective and powerful tool to motivate staff, develop their skills and improve their performance. In this one day training you will:

  • grow more productive, confident and self-reliant staff
  • empower team members to identify their own goals and improvements
  • build and maintain more positive, constructive working relationships
  • retain high performers by giving them responsibility for and ownership of success

Course Content

Introduction

  • Introductions
  • aims- group feedback
  • structure and contracting

What is coaching

  • coaching, mentoring, counselling – what’s the difference
  • benefits of coaching versus mentoring
  • when is coaching appropriate

Coaching models

  • introduction to PAC Model
  • introduction to the GROW Model
  • benefits of both

Coaching Skills

  • rapport building
  • listening
  • avoiding ‘why’
  • Strategic focus
  • Practice and feedback and reflection

Applying your skills

  • identifying opportunities to practice
  • building coaching in to your team
  • accountability
  • action planning

 

Who is the Course aimed at

This programme is aimed at managers with no previous experience of coaching or those in need of a refresher who are struggling to motivate staff.

 

Trainer

Laura Clarke

Coaching Skills

  • TBA
  • TBA
  • 09.30am - 4.30pm
  • £110for members £150for non-members
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