A 3-day programme held at venues across the UK.
This executive coaching and mentoring course reflects current practice, focusing on what effective coaching and mentoring looks like and drawing links to the achievement of goals.
The programme is highly self-reflective and will help individuals develop a better understanding of their own strengths, weaknesses and the influence they can have on others. Participants will gain an insight into their role in building a performance focused culture and how to maximise internal resources to build high performing teams. The Programme has been designed to help in the engagement of staff so that they become more productive and satisfied in their work.
Course delegates will experience and reflect upon different coaching approaches, develop a sound understanding of effective coaching methods, and learn how they can adapt and develop their own approach to leadership within their organisation. At this level, the course will focus on individual self-awareness and how different individuals relate to others.
Who is this course for?
This course will give you a fresh perspective on building trust, minimising conflict and managing for performance in teams, and is suitable for:
- Experienced and time-served mid to senior managers and leaders
- Newly appointed leaders or aspiring leaders
- Consultants looking to formalise their knowledge of coaching and mentoring
This Programme reflects current practice in Coaching and Mentoring. Delegates will develop and expand their understanding and reflection on how these can be developed in an emerging digital and global economy. Participants can expect to engage in a range of group and individual workshop activities where role play, scenario setting, thought leadership activity and didactic learning will take place.
The taught elements of the course will include an overview of the following areas, to provide scope in the application of the tools and thinking together with core competencies and theoretical perspectives:
- Defining coaching and its purpose
- Understanding how high performing teams work
- Improved self-awareness
- Individual coaching approaches
- How to mentor and coach through change
- Understand how coaching and mentoring relate to organisational goals, and the tools which monitor impact
By attending this course, you will gain invaluable insights from industry experts in to new ways of working, innovative concepts and the latest theories that can be applied instantly on returning to your own organisation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where is the course delivered?
A: We offer this course in various locations across the UK. Our 3-day course is delivered in Central Manchester, London & at Chester University. And taught by our excellent tutors Alex Firmin, James Willerton and Sean Riley.
Q: Do I get any formal qualification for attending?
A: At the end of the course, you will complete 2 coaching based assignments that draw in your knowledge from the course and your practical working experiences. Once these assignments are passed you will receive your CMI recognised coaching certificate.
Q: I have worked within the education sector for almost 20 years, will this course be relevant to me?
A: The course is aimed at giving newly appointed and established leaders the fresh skills and knowledge they need to perform within their role. As an established professional this course will give you the opportunity to reflect on your current coaching & leadership skills, whilst identifying areas of improvement.
Our tutors are skilled in delivering the course to individual delegate needs.
You can see all of our frequently asked questions on our FAQs page.
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