We’re delighted to announce that our ‘Introduction to Workplace Coaching‘ course will run in Central London on 16th and 17th November.
The course covers the essentials for line managers, team leaders and HR practitioners who want to adopt a more coaching style to their interactions with colleagues and includes:
- How coaching differs from traditional management approaches
- Structuring a coaching conversation
- Core skills of the workplace coach
- Goal-setting and accountability
- Coaching practicalities
- Ethics of coaching
The course is highly interactive and gives delegates plenty of opportunity to practice their new skills across a range of exercises. At the end of two days, delegates will know how and when to adopt a coaching style in appropriate workplace contexts, including: development planning, problem solving and decision-making.
The course will take place in the London offices of the British Psychological Society and you can find out more and reserve a place by visiting our event page on Eventbrite.
This two-day course is the perfect introduction to coaching skills – no prior experience is necessary. Course places are strictly limited and priced at £499+VAT each.
If you’re a line manager, team leader or HR Practitioner who has considered developing your coaching skills, this is an ideal starting point for you.Across the two days, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to practice coaching skills and get feedback from an experienced practitioner. We’ll cover the essentials of coaching so that you know when and how to adopt a coaching approach at work, and how to do so ethically and effectively.
Upon registration, we’ll send you some pre-reading and preparation work to complete before the course. This will ensure you can maximise your classroom time with practicing coaching skills.
The course facilitator on both days will be Dr. Richard A. MacKinnon, Managing Director of WorkLifePsych and experienced coaching psychologist.
If you’re interested in attending and have questions about the course, please get in touch via our contact form or call us on 020 7947 4417.