Managers will learn and practise how to conduct a coaching session or intervention and how to use this to increase commitment, motivation and performance of their team. Coaching has become a highly recognised and effective tool for developing the ability of your people; it is now considered to be an essential element of the management toolbox. This course introduces you to the powerful technique of coaching and gives you the practical skills to carry out both a formal coaching session and to use a coaching approach within everyday situations.
To provide managers with an introduction to coaching as a management tool. Managers will learn and practise how to conduct a coaching session or intervention and how to use this to increase commitment, motivation and performance of their team.
This is a highly interactive workshop; there will be plenty of opportunity for you to practise coaching skills and receive personalised feedback.
How and when to use coaching as a management style; Benefits of coaching; Preparing for a coaching session; Establishing core coaching competencies; How to achieve a high level of rapport; Practise active listening skills; Questioning techniques; Using the GROW model of coaching; Other coaching models; Dealing with resistance; Giving constructive feedback; Practical demos and coaching practise.
If you would like to continue your learning and have more opportunity to develop and apply the skills learnt in this course, why not take one or both of our other linked courses? Please see: Managing people effectively and Communication skills for managers.
Dates and Duration
Course length: 2 days 09.30-17.00 Thursday 21st June / Friday 22nd June 2012 Now closed Thursday 22nd November/Friday 23rd November 2012
First line managers and middle managers who want to broaden their management style and learn how to empower and bring out the best in their team.
Motivate and empower your staff, by developing their strengths; Develop teams that are proactive and self supporting; Increase performance at work; Promote trust, respect and confidence in the way that you manage and in the way that your team perform their tasks; Move from tactical to strategic management; Get greater ‘buy-in’ from your team and foster independent thinking and self-management; Decrease stress and avoid conflicts at work.