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Coaching and mentoring as a line manager

This highly participative course will help anyone who is line managing people to gain additional skills to ensure they develop their staff and performance. By the end of the day you will understand and have practiced coaching and be confident to try it out in the workplace.
When Apr 09, 2018
from 09:30 AM to 03:00 PM
Where BVSC, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DR
Contact Name
Contact Phone 0121 678 8830
Attendees Supervisors, coordinators, managers, directors and trustees who have line management responsibility for staff and/or volunteers.
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This highly participative one day course and individual coaching session will help anyone who is line managing people to gain additional skills to ensure they develop their staff and performance.  By the end of the day you will understand and have practiced coaching and be confident to try it out in the workplace.

This course covers:

  • Difference between mentoring and coaching 
  • The T/GROW model of coaching and how to use it
  • Getting the coaching habit: seven important questions to use
  • The key skills for coaching and mentoring
  • The different circumstances you can use coaching (and when not to!)
  • And lots of opportunity to try all of the above out.

Learning outcomes:

  • Know the difference between coaching and mentoring.
  • Understanding of the T/GROW model of coaching
  • Experience of coaching using the model
  • Understanding of what questions are most helpful in using coaching or mentoring.
  • Understanding and practice of the key skills in coaching and mentoring.

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