We don’t see workplace coaching as something that is reserved for psychologists.
At the same time, to use coaching methods in the workplace effectively, training is a must! We train delegates to use coaching skills in their daily interactions and also in more formally defined coaching contexts.
This can help HR practitioners and line managers build a coaching culture at work and reduce their reliance on external suppliers for their day-to-day coaching needs. We can help employees develop their coaching skills from scratch and support their ongoing coaching development through a range of courses and masterclasses.
Find out more about these courses:
- Introduction to Workplace Coaching: a two-day course covering the essentials of coaching at work. No prior experience is required and the emphasis is on acquiring the core skills required of an effective workplace coach.
- Advanced Workplace Coaching: a two-day course for delegates who have completed ‘Introduction to Workplace Coaching’ (or similar), covering advanced cognitive-behavioural coaching techniques.
- Workplace Coaching Masterclasses: a series of one-day workshops covering specific coaching themes, including: performance coaching, dealing with procrastination and stress in the workplace.
Our coaching courses are run by skilled coaching psychologists, who bring their first-hand experience of workplace coaching to bear on the course. Our emphasis is on creating an interactive and practical experience from the very start, allowing delegates to practise skills in a supportive environment, getting individualised feedback from an expert.
These workshops are run on an in-house basis, where one of our team comes to you and facilitates the session in your own location. This minimises disruption and absence from work.
We are also very happy to design bespoke training courses for your organisation. Contact us if you’d like to discuss this further.