Coaching – Introduction to Coaching Skills in the Workplace

INTRODUCTION

The benefits of coaching are now well recognised in the workplace. Coaching enables people to take personal responsibility and to achieve better outcomes with less stress. This workshop is aimed at managers who have responsibility for developing and supporting staff. It is for those who are serious about learning and development. No prior knowledge needed, just a willingness to participate openly and honestly.

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Description

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the course, delegates will have

  • Explore, develop, and evaluate their own coaching and facilitating skills
  • Use coaching to boost effectiveness by inspiring and helping others to develop themselves
  • Draw on recognised coaching methods to motivate and support those they work with
  • Develop a critical insight into their existing practice and awareness of coaching
  • Understand the barriers to peak performance, and how to deal with it
  • Become more purposeful and effective at work, moving from habitual to conscious action
  • Formulate an action plan to improve their own coaching skills – with individuals and with teams

COURSE CONTENTS

Definition and basic philosophy of coaching

Who can coach, who can be coached

Powerful questioning and effective feedback

Learning, performance and enjoyment

Overcoming resistance and other barriers to coaching

Tools, models and overview of key coaching approaches

Developing leadership potential through coaching

Individual action plan

Course Duration: One Day