Coaching and how to be an effective leader training
- Definition and basic philosophy of coaching
- “Give a man a fish, eats for day, teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime”
- Active listening – Do you listen to respond or listen to hear?
- Introductions to Coaching Models.. GROW Model and Comfort and Stretch and Panic Zone
- Understand the barriers to peak performance
- How to facilitate coaching conversations
- Apply coaching to your Leadership approach
- Develop potential through coaching
Are you passionate about developing yourself and others around you?
Do you want to know more about coaching and how to facilitate coaching conversations?
Do you want to learn about how to apply coaching models to support others reach peak performance?
The benefits of coaching are now well recognised in the workplace. Coaching enables people to take personal responsibility and to achieve better outcomes with less stress. This training course is aimed at anyone who is interested in coaching and managers who have responsibility for developing and supporting staff.
This course will explore the essentials of coaching, develop your listening skills and questioning approach, explore 2 different coaching models and finally consider how you can apply coaching conversations to not only develop yourself, but others too.
This course is for those who are serious about learning and development. No prior knowledge needed, just a willingness to participate openly and honestly.
Course Facilitator – Sam Bishop
Sam is a Business Coach, an accredited Psychotherapist, a Director of S&G Business Development. Sam works with business owners, senior leadership teams and professional athletes.
Sam has a degree in Psychology and Masters Degree is in Psychotherapy. He is accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and holds a global client case load, supporting clients in the UK, America, Australia and Asia.
Sam’s passion is people and he enjoys giving people the tools to be able to help themselves and others, so they can then fulfil their potential.