Mentoring:

Mentoring

Coaching

Assignments

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Coaching for Results

Content
The Coaching Space
  • Know what information to hold confidentially, what information should be shared and how to discuss this with the coachee.
  • Understand the importance of setting and clarifying boundaries with the coachee.
  • Create a coaching agreement you would be comfortable to use with the coachee.
Questioning and Listening
  • Know when to use open and closed questions.
  • Know what to listen out for when coaching a client.
Goal Setting and Planning
  • Set goals which are challenging but achievable.
  • Create action plans to work towards achieving goals.
  • Know how to respectfully challenge a coachee to set stronger goals.
Coaching Methodology
  • Learn how to structure a coaching session using a specific coaching methodology.
  • Know how to help the coachee to identify options that will help them to work towards their goals.

Audience

Those managers and team members charged with leading and developing colleagues to achieve accelerated business success.

Outcome

  • A full understanding of the core competencies of coaching and the ability to apply those tools throughout their business and personal life.
  • An understanding of the boundaries of relationships whilst being able to develop coaching practice based on confidence and trust.
  • Ability to use tools and techniques to set realistic but challenging goals.
  • The confidence to listen, question and provide constructive feedback.

Mentoring for Team Leaders

Content
What is Mentoring?
  • Explore the background to mentoring and how it works.
  • Identify when mentoring is needed and how it should be applied.
Communication in Mentoring
  • Evaluate the key communication strategies needed when mentoring an individual.
  • Explore responsibilities and the scope of the mentoring role.
The Relationship
  • Define the mentoring relationship and understand how it should be developed.
  • Explore some common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Putting Mentoring into Practice
  • How to introduce mentoring strategies into the workplace.
  • Know how to judge when mentoring needs to come to an end and how to do this.

Audience

Anyone who is in a mentoring role and wants to fully develop the skills needed to support their ‘mentees’ in the most effective way.

Outcome

  • The knowledge and confidence to implement the skills and strategies required in a way which helps build a positive and supportive relationship with their ‘mentees’.
  • An understanding of the boundaries of relationships whilst being able to develop mentoring practice based on confidence and trust.
  • Ability to use tools and techniques to set realistic but challenging goals.
  • The confidence to listen, question and provide constructive feedback.