Those who study leadership are often able to assume a wide variety of management roles within companies, government bodies, nonprofit groups, or other organizations. This subject involves the study of what makes a good leader and how leadership skills can be acquired.
This Coaching & Mentoring training course focuses on the methods by which managers develop the performance of individuals in their team. It looks at two main types of
This Coaching & Mentoring training course focuses on the methods by which managers develop the performance of individuals in their team. It looks at two main types of coaching, providing opportunities for managers to apply these skills. The program outline is up to date and pertinent to marketplace requirements, thus catering well to all analytical prediction of training needs in the specified area. A customised proposal can also be arranged, to suit the training requirements of your team.
At the end of this coaching and mentoring training course participants will have learnt about:
Coaching to improve individual performance
The relationship between coaching and other performance management techniques
The key coaching styles (input and output)
The coaching process and skills
The role of the mentor and mentoring programs
Coaching styles: Input and output coaching
Coaching in the context of other performance development techniques
Applications for coaching
Coaching Process: A coaching model
Putting coaching into practice
Mentoring: Structuring a Mentoring program to give benefits to the company and individuals involved
Who needs mentoring and who makes a good mentor?
Responsibilities, skills and overcoming problems
Defining and developing the mentoring relationship
Who should Attend?