Defines exactly what coaching is and will give managers practical coaching skills.
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Coaching is certainly a buzz word in the workplace and with good reason – it delivers great results. However, what actually happens in coaching is often surrounded in mystery!
This coaching workshop aims to define exactly what coaching is and how it differs from other learning interventions, but most importantly it will give managers practical coaching skills that they can use immediately to really get the best from their team.
Standard course content:
- What is coaching?
- Benefits of coaching
- Different types and styles of coaching
- The role of coach and coachee
- Ethics and confidentiality considerations
- Coaching skills – rapport building, active listening, questioning
- Coaching models – GROW
- Coaching techniques and tools
- SMART objectives
- Skills practice and feedback
If you have a specific requirement then we can tailor the course content and vary the duration depending on what depth of knowledge you or your team require. The standard course is ideal for supervisors, managers or anyone who is looking to improve their coaching skills.
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