Coaching & Mentoring for Managers
Duration 1 day
Coaching and mentoring are important approaches in supporting the development and achievement of learners, staff and service users within the health, education and social care sectors. This one-day workshop focuses on the part that coaching and mentoring can play within the range of skills, techniques and approaches used in the workplace. Attendees will be introduced to the range of skills and qualities needed by a coach and mentor focusing on one-to-one teaching, supporting and learning techniques.
This course is designed to cover: The main features of coaching and mentoring and when they should be used Questioning techniques aimed at improving performance Skills for negotiating goals and targets Tips on how to give constructive feedback on performance The Gibbs Model: reflective practice and how to encourage learning in teams Time for reflection and practice for each delegate's future development needs
Methods of Delivery
Attendees are provided with course handouts for use on the day and for future reference. The trainer uses a variety of visual presentation, flipchart work, plenary discussion and subgroup work to ensure that all course objectives are met, while providing a safe, open forum for delegates to exchange views and practices.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- Coaching, mentoring and the role of the coach/mentor
- Learning styles and methods
- Reflection, assumption and listening skills
- Boundaries, learning agreement and relationship barriers
- Structuring and recording sessions and actions
- Practice of coaching skills
Anyone working within the health, educational and social care sectors who wishes to develop the skills of coaching and mentoring.
There are no pre-training requirements for this course.
Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
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