San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Creative Training Hub presents
The Effective Coach:
Coaching and mentoring skills for managers
Coaching is seen, by many, as the cornerstone of a modern style of management. This course aims to equip you with a strong understanding of the skills and characteristics of an effective coach/mentor combined with essential insights into the benefits of a coaching style of management.
This Creative Training Hub event will include short exercises and a practice session to enable participants to actively engage with some of the key techniques covered. The content will be delivered through a combination of demonstrations, focused exercises and peer group learning.
This one-day course is for managers responsible for achieving results through and with teams and individuals. Managers at any level can benefit but those in a senior position really looking to draw out the potential in key people throughout their organisation/department will find this an essential set of skills and ideas to develop. It is also for those wishing to use coaching and mentoring skills in their inter-actions with others.
This course is facilitated by Danny Hearty, who is an Executive Coach. He has previously worked as a trainer and manager in the cultural, health and international development sectors. Danny is an Associate Certified Coach of the International Coach Federation (ICF). He abides by the philosophy and ethical guidelines of the ICF, which can be viewed at www.coachfederation.org. He is also an accredited Myers Briggs (MBTI) Assessor and a Belbin Team Roles Assessor.
For more information visit: www.creativetraininghub.co.uk
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Creative Training Hub
Creative Training Hub is a social enterprise. We offer one-day training events to arts and cultural organisations and also provide creative learning opportunities to meet the needs of the local community. Our work spans from delivering projects to children and young people to working in partnership on social innovation and regeneration projects.