Performance Coaching Skills for Managers
Dates: 28th & 29th February | 20th March | 3rd April
Duration: 4 Days
Location: The Richmond Education & Event Centre, No.1 North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7.
This is a four-day workshop and is an open programme. It is sponsored by The Law Society Finuas Skillnet.
What you will learn on this programme
- Definition and the role of coaching in business and organisational contexts
- Differences between coaching and mentoring
- Principles of coaching, coaching tools and methods
- Coaching for employee engagement, performance and motivation
- The psychology of change and how this applies to you and your employees in business
- Manager as coach and flexing leadership styles
- Using coaching skills to develop your team
Our approach is a combination of theory and experiential learning, providing participants with the tools and frameworks required to understand when coaching is appropriate; to hold effective coaching conversations; and to use a coaching approach for talent development and management.
As well as providing an overview of the latest coaching theory and practice models, participants will identify a development agenda and will experience being coached in relation to personal career goals. Feedback will be offered on progress throughout the Programme alongside learning how to develop teams.
Practice and reflection are key elements in the adult learning process. Our approach is to engage our delegates actively in coach practice – both on the Programme and over the four month period of the training.
Delegates will complete 6 hours performance coaching and a 1000-word essay reflecting on their coach practice and use of coaching skills, tools and methods. This is to be submitted within four weeks of programme completion.
Support will be available throughout the programme and a recommended reading list will be provided