Coaching is, in essence, the ability to have conversations to prompt change by allowing the other person to arrive at that decision to change for themselves. At work, coaching is a pivotal skill for managers, team leaders, and subject matter experts, and it can also be beneficial in your personal life. This practical seminar introduces the fundamental principles and practices of coaching, which you can immediately use to encourage and support colleagues, team members and loved ones alike.
- Define coaching, its benefits, characteristics, and underlying philosophy
- Apply skills that enhance coaching, such as questioning techniques, listening, and establishing trust
- Describe the elements of the GROW coaching model
- Have the skills to coach team members effectively using the GROW model
Setting the Context
Benefits of coaching
Characteristics of an effective coach
Essential Coaching Skills
Skills for great coaches
‘Ask, Don’t Tell’ questioning
Conducting Coaching Conversations
The role of structure in coaching
The GROW model
Planning to apply the skills and knowledge at work
This seminar is for people wanting to adopt a coaching approach to team leadership, management, or other relationships.
There are no prerequisites for this seminar.
When you enrol, we provide pre-session material to assist you to reflect on and align your objectives with the seminar content before you come along.
After the course, our online Resource Centre contains additional tools and resources to help you consolidate and continue your learning. We also provide telephone support whenever you require it.
TP3 can provide consulting services to ensure that this seminar exactly meets your business needs. These include:
- In-house seminars just for your organisation
- Customising seminar material to reflect your industry, business priorities, and work context
- Individual or group coaching, and
- Digital learning solutions.