Coaching and mentoring are the tools that ensure individuals achieve their full potential. Each concept has a different approach, being fit-for-purpose in specific situations depending on the requirements of your peers.
Coaching tends to be short term to improve the individual’s performance and mentoring tends to be longer term to develop the individual’s capability for the future. Understanding the differences between the two and implementing them effectively is imperative to any leader.
Developing coaching and mentoring skills at every level of an organisation is the crucial to unlocking potential, improving performance and increasing productivity.
This highly interactive Effective Coaching and Mentoring training course helps you identify the key differences between coaching and mentoring and develop the key skills that are required to become an effective coach or mentor. Leave with the skills to improve performance within your team.
What previous delegates said:
“Interactive, fun and a great atmosphere for learning” – Head of Training, University of Roehampton
|About the Trainers: Jacqueline Baker & Jonathan Bottomer
|Jacqueline has held leadership roles working with central and local government, as well as the not for profit sector. She set up her own coaching and consultancy business in 2011 and has been a freelance trainer since 2015, delivering the Crossing Thresholds Career Development Programme for women and Succeeding at Interview training. Among other roles, she is a Senior Partner with 2BCoached, and has worked with the National Mentoring Consortium, supporting undergraduates with disabilities and dyslexia.
Jonathan is a Certified Management Consultant and a member of the Institute of Business Consulting (an organisation within the Chartered Management Institute), the professional body for Business Consultants. He currently works as a Consultant at the Department for Work and Pensions.Jonathan specialises in helping local authorities (and DWP’s Agencies) improve their effectiveness and efficiency of the administration of Social Security Benefits.
09:15 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:00
Trainer’s Introduction and Clarification of Learning Objectives
10:00 - 11:00
Developing Coaching and Mentoring Skills
- Understanding the difference between coaching and mentoring
- When should we coach and when should we mentor?
- Exploring what ‘good’ looks like
- Using the key skills of:
- Building rapport
- Using intuition
- Providing feedback
- Language style
- Overview of the GROW coaching and mentoring model
11:00 - 11:15
11:15 - 12:45
Embedding Coaching and Mentoring Tools
Delegates will be given an opportunity to practice the GROW model in Action Learning Sets, discuss and learn about the importance of contracting with the coachee/mentee and learn some additional coaching and mentoring techniques:
- Perceptual positioning
- The rule of 3
13:45 - 15:45
Coaching and Mentoring Models: Developing the Techniques to Embed Them
In this interactive session, in addition to practising Perceptual Positioning and The Rule of 3, delegates will develop key strategies for embedding the following coaching and mentoring techniques:
- The stop model
- The NIP model for feedback
- The precision model
- The coaching circle
15:45 - 16:15
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