Coaching and Mentoring

Coaching and Mentoring

Description:                 Coaching is now recognised as a key tool for leaders who want to get the most out of their staff. It is about helping people to realise their potential and maximise their own performance by building on what they already know.

Objectives:                  Upon completion of the course delegates will understand the role of a coach and a mentor.  They will have acquired a knowledge of how to help people understand themselves, be able to set their own goals and discover from their own experiences how improved performance is possible for them.

Pre-requisites:            No previous knowledge is required

Duration:                     One Day

Introduction

Why coaching?

Coaching v teaching

What results are we looking for through coaching?          

 Develop key skills

Listening

Empathising

Questioning

Giving and receiving feedback

Reflecting

Challenging

Learning styles  

Understand the various learning styles

Apply this understanding to coaching

Coaching styles

Understand the various styles

Identify personal styles

Recognise the strengths and weaknesses of personal styles

Coaching team members

Recognising team needs

Developing the individuals

Mentoring

What exactly is mentoring?

How coaching and mentoring compliment each other

Key mentoring skills

      

 

 

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