The Manager as a Coach

Who Would Benefit
Those managers wishing to extend their knowledge beyond simply managing people to ‘coaching’ individuals to succeed.

Course Description
Delegates will learn that good coaching skills are essential in providing the manager who coaches with alternatives to the formal training and development courses on offer. The aim of the course is to develop the coaching and personal skills of the manager to enhance individual performance and complement formal training methods in the development of their people.

CPD Points: 12
Training Course Category: Management & Leadership
Recommended No. of Days: 2
Training Course Location: To be determined by Client

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this programme the delegate can:

• Define training needs and identify areas to coach
• Show skill as a coach and mentor and be able to instruct a protégé
• Describe how to give constructive feedback and develop relationships
• Demonstrate an understanding of team roles and learning styles
• Explain how to develop others for succession planning

The Programme Includes:
Establishing the concept of ‘Coach’ versus manager
Identify those who need coaching
Establishing areas to coach
Identifying learning styles
Teaching & one-to-one learning
Mentoring skills & communicating the plan
Using the G.R.O.W. technique
Succession planning
Giving constructive feedback
Helping with self-development
Gaining agreement & setting objectives
Dealing with good / bad performance
Exercises – individual training scenarios



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