Coaching Skills for Managers
Information and Booking
Trainers: Lindsay Comalie and Magda Pawluk-Lane - Imperial College
Cost: Internal no charge. External not available
Duration: 0.5 day - 9:30 - 12:00
Format: Online and self-study
The short virtual workshop is designed for leaders and managers at all levels who are interested in creating a culture of self-motivation and growth in their teams.
It builds on the quality conversations and feedback models covered in Introduction to Management and Core 2 of the ILMDP and items covered in self-study elements.
This practical training session helps to build confidence in incorporating coaching approach as a valuable skill in a range of management situations and how coaching skills can be embedded in everyday conversations to engage with people on a deeper level.
It will review the principles, skills and models of coaching, including the GROW model, and introduce a team coaching approach.
The course consists of self-study and virtual sessions focused on practice. The virtual session is delivered a half day
- Please complete relevant self-study prior to attending the virtual session which builds on materials covered there
- Pre and post-workshop self-study consist of bite-size theory, questionnaires, quizzes, articles, etc. and can be accessed in your own time (you don’t have to be booked on the virtual session to access self-study materials)
Who should attend
The course is aimed at new and experienced managers who are currently leading a small to medium size group/team and who wish to learn or refresh their knowledge in this area. The course facilitator will also consider delegates who are going to be, or currently are, leading specific College projects and/or groups and who will benefit from this course.
- When, where and how coaching can be used to lead and develop people and teams effectively
- Review of coaching techniques, skills and mind-set
- Coaching practice – focus on listening, questioning and presence
- Emotional intelligence and coaching
- Review of GROW and practical exercise in triads