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 Be a Better Coach

Performance Coaching

Be a Better Coach

1 day training workshop

Overview

Good, basic coaching skills are not that difficult to acquire. Furthermore, as far as staff members are concerned, any manager wanting to coach is ‘pushing at an open door’ – people thrive on coaching and welcome it.

Why do they? Well, because although course-delivered training is important, good managerial coaching is much more effective. This is because the best change and development plans are those that the staff themselves think through and commit to. And importantly, managers lend both their sponsorship and authority to them.

Proper coaching plans are serious, work-related, committed-to objectives. Coaching sometimes replaces traditional training approaches, but is at its most effective when it provides the real application of new skills that training has kick-started. This training session supports the 70-20-10 principles of helping people to develop ‘on-the-job’.

What you will learn:

  • What’s the learning problem: lack of skill or lack of will? How to choose the right approach in coaching
  • Be a better listener – a fundamental skill of the coach
  • How to give feedback powerfully but positively!
  • Plan it, agree it, do it, review it – how to make it all work.

Who should attend this training? 

Managers and supervisors who wish to support and develop the skills and performance of their team members

What previous delegates have said

'The course was brilliant.  I especially like the GROW and OSCAR models and feel I will be able to use these to benefit my team'

Course delegate, Bournemouth

 

See also : Mentoring

For more info phone 07514 031549 or complete booking form