Creating a Coaching Culture

Short Course
Duration: 1 day   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Gain the skills and knowledge to develop a coaching strategy that is successful, sustainable, and aligned to organisational objectives.

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Dates and Availability

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06 February 2019
Duration: 1 day
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£545.00
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£490.00 + VAT Book places now
29 March 2019
Duration: 1 day
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24 September 2019
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A coaching strategy will help you grow and nurture your talent to become greater assets for your business. Plus, you’ll create a more engaged and motivated workforce that are actively engaged in the learning process. CIPD research shows that there’s still a lack of understanding about how best to use coaching, and in which situations it will be most effective.

This course will help you assess your team or organisation’s need for coaching, develop a coaching strategy, and cultivate a coaching culture that creates opportunities for people to grow through coaching initiatives. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge to analyse success as a result of coaching and use this to achieve ongoing high performance.

Course Tutors

Mr Stuart Haden

Stuart is the Programme Manager for the CIPD, building proposals and designing courses for UK and International clients. Managing the delivery of face to face and digital programmes, continuously refreshing content and new product development. A learning and development professional with over 25 years experience as a facilitator, coach and consultant. Specialising in developing optimal performance with individuals, teams and organisations. Throughout his work he values authenticity, coachability and personal energy. In 2013 he published his first book - It’s Not About The Coach: getting the most from coaching in business, sport and life. A unique angle on coaching inspiring the coachee to make informed choices about coaching, discover readiness for learning and develop the values required for success. Working across all industry sectors typical assignments include coaching, optimal performance, resilience and well-being.

Mr Jon Davidge

Mr Andrew Larkin

Andrew is a trainer, facilitator, coach and consultant with a focus on leadership and engagement, management development, learning and talent development and strategic HR. With a passion for helping people and organisations to learn, develop and achieve their strategic goals, Andrew has worked closely with senior teams in many large and medium sized organisations in the public, private and third sectors. His learning & development experience includes sectors such as Health, Financial Services, Mining and Minerals, Social Care, Energy, Defence, Telecommunications, and Education.
Who is it for

This course is for HR and / or L&D professionals who are looking to develop and implement a coaching strategy in their organisation. You may be looking to develop a coaching culture in teams or across the whole organisation, or further develop coaching initiatives that are already in place.

This is a highly practical and interactive workshop where participants will develop their strategy, planning, business case and needs analysis in a coaching context.

Benefits

By the end of the Creating a Coaching Culture course, you’ll be able to:

  • identify the need for coaching within your organisation and be aware of existing resources and development gaps
  • assess readiness for coaching and levels of coachability
  • develop a coaching strategy that considers organisational culture
  • implement a clear framework for coaching strategy
  • reference coaching resources that align to your organisation
  • plan for the formal development of internal coaching skills
  • enable coaches to operate at a senior level
  • create a sense of community and group coaching.
Programme
  • Identifying coaching development needs within the organisation.
  • Utilising internal resources, and internal skills development.
  • Creating provision for one to one coaching programmes.
  • Assessing coach-ability and readiness for coaching in the organisation .
  • Setting up coaching groups.
  • High performing teams and organisations.

Run this programme in-house

Creating a Coaching Culture 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.

 

 

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