Coaching Skills for Managers

Getting the best out of others
Overview

Coaching has become a major force in people development. Globally, thousands of organisations utilise coaching as a tool to help staff develop, overcome obstacles and become more productive.  The course is highly practical and participatory.

Course Code
CSML1PD
Duration
1 Day
Delivery Style
Coaching
Course Type
Public or Private
Max Delegates
12
Available as Nutshell
No

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  • 17 Jan 2019
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Purpose of this course

To understand what coaching is, and to learn practical coaching skills that can be immediately used to help others maximise their potential.

Who is this course for

Anyone who wishes to become a coach or is involved in developing and growing others. Manager, leaders and professional development staff will find the workshop provides essential coaching skills and techniques.

You will learn how to
  • Establish a coaching relationship
  • Ask powerful questions
  • Really listen to what is being communicated
  • Generate new options
  • Set realistic goals
  • Utilise a coaching model, tools and techniques
Benefits for your organisation

Business objectives are only achieved through the collective performance of individual members of staff. Coaching helps maximise individual and team performance, enhances leadership capability, increases productivity and improves business relationships. This workshop is full of coaching techniques, tools and tips that are essential for coaching performance.

Benefits for you as an individual

Coaching is a skill for life and will be applicable in both work and personal contexts. You will be able to help others clarify realistic goals, and help them to work out for themselves the best way to fulfil these. fundamental coaching skills can be learnt and put into practice very quickly.

An introduction to Coaching

What is coaching?
How does coaching differ from other ways of developing/supporting others?

The GROW model

Setting Goals
Establishing the Reality
Exploring Options
Finding a Way Forward

Reflecting

Coach as ‘mirror’
Helping the client better understand themselves

Questioning

Powerful questions
Understanding question types and knowing when to use them

Active-Listening

Getting out of your own way!
Listening at different levels
Finding amazing things in what your client has said.

Conduct and Ethics

Coaching approaches
Ethical practice
Confidentiality

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites.

About the Lead Trainer

Adam Montgomery heads up our leadership and management portfolio and is wildly passionate about developing people. He has over twenty years’ experience in the training industry, has set up and ran two businesses, worked at director level with many customers, led and grown organisations, been a professional stand-up comedian, is an inspiring public speaker and is currently writing a book on the challenges of IT management.