Coaching and Mentoring
£790.00 Plus VAT
The modern business environment demands that organisations constantly re-examine their business practises. The need for change is becoming almost a daily factor in keeping up with the ‘competition’ and satisfying ever-increasing customer expectations. Organisations need to be able to support their staff through this process of ‘constant change’ and Coaching and Mentoring plays a crucial role in providing that support.
Who Should Attend
Ideal for directors, managers and supervisors who are responsible for the performance of others. HR Professionals seeking to develop these skills within an organisation will also benefit from this course
Understanding the context for effective workplace coaching and mentoring
Understanding the process and content of effective workplace coaching and mentoring
Nature and role of Coaching & Mentoring in the workplace
Behaviours required by a workplace coach or mentor
Skills, abilities and characteristics of an effective workplace Coach or Mentor
Development goals that can be met through Coaching & Mentoring
GROW, OSCAR, ARROW
Exploration of the coach and line manager responsibilities
Contracting – purpose and content
The importance of confidentiality in Coaching & Mentoring practice
Record Keeping, Coaching plans, progress reviews
Assessment techniques and purpose
Range and value of different learning resources and facilities
Assessment tools (VAK. Belbin)
Job descriptions, behaviours, competency frameworks
Concept of learning styles
Personal factors which can inhibit responsiveness to coaching
Strategies to overcome personal barriers to coaching & Mentoring
Credits 6 – These credits can be counted towards an ILM level 3 Qualification upon completion of a work based assignments.
How to Book
If you are interested in booking this course, then please select your desired date and then select book now to complete the booking.
We will then contact you to confirm availability and any additional required details.