An Introduction to Coaching

Short Course
Duration: 2 days   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Develop your coaching skills and the confidence to adopt a ‘coaching management style’. 

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Dates and Availability

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Start Date Location Availability Non-members Members Delegates  
21 September 2020
Duration: 2 days
London Spaces available
£880.00
+ VAT
£790.00 + VAT
07 December 2020
Duration: 2 days
London Spaces available
£880.00
+ VAT
£790.00 + VAT

Booking information and ways to pay

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Are you looking to bring out the best in the people around you within your workplace? If so, this invaluable introduction to coaching is perfect for you. Not only is it a great introduction, but also a solid foundation in which to adopt a ‘coaching management style’.


Course Tutors

Mrs Jacqueline Clifford

Mr Jon Davidge

Jon worked at Board level in publishing and media businesses before turning full-time to coaching and consulting in 2002. He specialises in leadership and team development in the cause of better working environments and more successful enterprises; long-term passions of his. Jon’s clients have typically valued his practical experience as much as his coaching skills – he claims that it’s the former that earns him the right to practice the latter. His approach is to help clients experience a sanctuary in which to reflect on their work and relationships and see them from a critical distance before determining fresh courses of action. These resolutions are tested and rehearsed in the safety of the coaching relationship until pipe dreams become probabilities.
Who is it for

An Introduction to Coaching is an ideal choice if you’re a line manager wishing to develop your coaching style and challenge individuals within your organisation to reach their full potential.

Benefits

By the end of An Introduction to Coaching course you will be able to:

 

  • identify coaching values
  • evaluate different coaching models and how they are used
  • develop your own coaching style
  • apply coach-mentoring techniques for performance and development issues
  • give feedback as a coach
  • develop action plans for coaching in the workplace
Programme
Coaching – an overview
 
  • definitions from leaders in the field
  • coaching for skills
  • performance improvement and potential
  • philosophical underpinning
 
 
Values exercise
 
  • identify your collective values around coaching
 
 
Core processes
 
  • peer coaching sessions
  • emotional intelligence
  • contracting
  • practice a range of models
 
 
Coaching tools
 
  • GROW model
  • appreciative enquiry
  • coaching techniques for performance and development issues
 
 
Giving and receiving feedback effectively as a coach
 
  • skills and techniques
  • listening
  • questioning
  • skills practice

Run this programme in-house

Introduction to coaching can also be provided in house. You choose where and when you want our trainers to deliver. We can also tailor the programme to suit your precise organisation needs. To speak to our customer services team about your particular requirements, call us on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.

Got a question?

Speak to one of our highly knowledgeable course advisers on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.