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Leeds Coaching BootCamp
Mon 23 January 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 GMT
Coaching is one of the fastest and most effective forms of developing individual and organisational capability, and translating this into bottom-line performance improvements.
As well as an important component of any learning and development strategy, it is also an essential skills for leaders and managers in every organisation.
Distinct from mentoring and line-management supervision, coaching requires the development of a specific skillset, which this bootcamp will address in detail.
It's important that participants can learn from each other as well as from us.
Our bootcamps are designed for people who are, or are planning to use the topic areas for projects in their organisation. Typically you'll be a leader, line manager or HR professional with responsibility for the design and implementation of these services.
We'll ask you a few questions when you register to help us understand a little more about you and your organisation, and to make sure the event is suitable.
If we have any questions or concerns, we'll get in touch.
Vmax Consulting BootCamps are fast-paced and highly experiential one-day events. Participants will spend their time learning key topic areas, and practising their newly learned skills in a supportive environment.
Whilst a day isn’t long to learn about these topics, all participants will leave informed, engaged, better equipped, and eager to continue their learning.
All our BootCamps are facilitated by experienced practitioners and educators in the topic area.
We believe the best way for you to learn about Vmax Consulting is to see us in action.
We are confident that after attending one of our bootcamps, you’ll want to work with us again. That is why we’ve made the events completely free of charge for you.
You can therefore be confident that we will be focussed on providing a valuable learning experience.
Coaching BootCamp outline
- Welcome and introductions
- Defining coaching and the value of a coaching approach
- Differentiating between coach, mentor and line manager roles
- The GROW model of coaching
- Learning and practising the key skills required of the coach (Listening, Questioning, Challenging assumptions, Providing different perspectives, Helping to develop insight, Summarising and drawing conclusions)
- Implementing and managing coaching in your organisation
- Individual action planning