Coaching Skills for Managers Outline
Our Coaching Skills for Managers programme is aimed at practicing first line managers and team leaders who want to be able to use Coaching as part of their management style. We will provide them with the skills they need to coach formally and informally within with workplace, whilst demonstrating the benefits to help an attitudinal shift towards implementing a Coaching Culture.
ILM Endorsed Coaching Skills for Managers
This programme can also be completed with an ILM accreditation, allowing participants to gain a certificate upon completion, after having their skills assessed.
Attendees must log formal and informal practice within the workplace in between workshops and complete a written and verbal assessment of their skills and knowledge.
What do I need to do and how long does it take?
To gain the ILM accreditation, you will need to compile a portfolio of evidence, which consists of:
- Records of a formal and informal coaching, with feedback from coachees.
- Demonstrating your knowledge of coaching by completing a post-programme assessment questionnaire and call
- Reflections of your learning and development as a coach
Throughout the workshops, you will have direct access to your tutor and our support team, along with access to our library of online resources, which includes coaching videos, blogs and useful templates.
The journey from the start of the programme, through to completing the qualification, usually takes between 6-9 months.
Benefits for the Individual
Benefits for the Organisation
The Coaching Focus Way
The Coaching Skills for Managers programme follows our unique delivery style and method and our approach is highly experiential, engaging and focused on the practical – what works at work. Our intent is not only to deliver an outstanding programme, but to ensure that the participants leave with the practical capability to Coach at work and really make a positive impact on their own performance and to that of their organisation.
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