VAT not included
Who should attend?
Business Managers, Engineers, Project Managers and Technical professionals who want to work more directly with their direct reports to improve performance and engagement.
The purpose of this program is to develop your skills in coaching. Managers are now expected to coach workers every day: Nearly nine out 10 firms expect their managers and supervisors to deliver performance coaching as part of their day-to-day work, according to a survey by the UK Institute of Personnel and Development.
The International Coaching Institute found that performance coaching provided by a manager or supervisor is becoming increasingly popular as the value of sustainable on the job learning is recognised in the workplace. However, research also suggests that if coaching is to deliver these significant benefits, employers need to ensure that their line managers are provided with updated, cutting-edge training to be able to deliver the results.
While performance coaching is a relatively straight forward process, it needs practitioners well versed in listening, asking great questions and confidently guiding people through to realist solutions based on well-defined objectives and well understood reality.
• What is Coaching – Coaching Quiz
• Coaching Blocks and Ways around Them
• Solution-Focused Thinking
The GROW and OSCAR Model
• Preparation; learing the lines
• Building rapport, Listening, Great Questions
• Coaching Exercises
• The Coaching Road to Business Success
• Setting a Performance Objective
• Coaching and Different People Types
• Interacting with different people
Dealing With a Reluctance to be Coached
• Coaching in the Moment