Coaching Skills for Managers
Coaching for high performance
For individuals and organisations alike, coaching and mentoring is effective in accelerating learning and raising performance levels. This programme has been designed to enable participants to establish their personal coaching methodology and style, whilst practicing its application to real work performance management.
|Benefits to you and your organisation:
Attending this programme will enable you to:
- Examine and practice various coaching models and the key skills
needed for effective coaching
- Effectively contract coaching outcomes with your client
- Understand and navigate the ethical issues in coaching
- Clarify your role in developing staff to their full potential
- Determine appropriate development strategies for high, medium and
- Identify opportunities that support people development, including
their strengths and motivations
- Practice skills in tackling poor performance effectively and aligning
personal goals with those of the organization.
£1,485.00 + VAT
Fees are inclusive of all materials,
refreshments and light lunch.
Fees are exclusive of residential and travel costs
|Who should attend this programme:
This programme has been designed for coaches, practitioners, practicing managers and leaders, to develop their coaching skills.
- Welcome, Introductions and Objectives
- Background and context of coaching
- Coaching – what do we mean by coaching?
- Coaching versus mentoring
- Exploring and assessing various coaching models
- Situational leadership – a model which puts coaching into context
- Considering the ethical issues in coaching
- Aligning your preferred coaching method with the ICF Code of
- Key skills needed for coaching:
- The difference between directive and non-directive coaching
- The ultimate compass – Working with the whole person to ensure
interventions have breadth and depth
- Blending and connecting through building rapport, listening
- Understanding the generative nature of language
- Making assessments, giving information and designing practices
- Parallel process skills practice using GROW – a model for coaching
- How does coaching link into the performance management cycle?
- Performance Management – links between individual and organisational
- 7 step model – a framework for managing performance and tricky
- Skills practice
- Planning what to do next – how to apply the learning
20 – 22 February 2012 (Manchester)
18 – 20 July 2012 (London)
19 – 21 February 2013 (Manchester)