Coaching for Results - MPDCFR

This course will improve delegates' understanding of the coaching process, develop their coaching skills and enable them to introduce coaching back in the workplace.

Coaching is key to getting the best out of people. Knowing when to coach and how to use coaching to great effect can accelerate performance improvement. Coaching is extremely cost effective and reaps great rewards for both the coach and the coachee.

Target Audience

You will benefit from this course if you are a first line manager who is new to, or has limited experience of coaching.

Outline

  • Understand what coaching is.
  • How coaching compares with other systems? (What do we mean by systems - such as mentoring and counselling?)
  • The characteristics of a good coach.
  • The learning cycle and learning styles.
  • The spectrum of coaching skills.
  • What coaches do.
  • Developing the key coaching skills: building rapport, contracting, questioning and listening skills, observing and analysing, giving feedback.
  • Selecting a coaching style - the skill/will matrix.
  • The GROW model of coaching.
  • Conducting a coaching session.
  • Motivating your team.
  • Positive cycle of motivation; negative cycle of de-motivation.
  • Evaluating coaching.
  • £ 1,080

    Guide Price Per Delegate

  • Dates & Locations Available

  • Birmingham
    27/09/2017
    Birmingham
    27/09/2017
    London
    22/11/2017
    London
    22/11/2017
    Leeds
    11/12/2017
    Leeds
    11/12/2017

Course Information

  • define coaching and describe the coaching cycle
  • identify what helps and what hinders the coaching process
  • enhance your skills as a coach including the use of feedback to help individuals develop
  • develop the confidence to encourage people to solve their own work problems
  • recognise coaching opportunities to develop staff

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