Coaching across sectors is now acknowledged as effective learning and development intervention in both organizational settings and at a personal level. It is applied to a variety of areas, such as motivating staff, delegating tasks, problem-solving, relationship issues, team building, and staff development.
The proposed program, “Managers as a Coaches” aims to equip managers with basic coaching skills. Through regular coaching conversations, managers will not only be able to lead and develop their subordinates but will also be able to encourage, support and inspire their teams to develop trust and ultimately enhance employee engagement and performance.
Some of the unique features of this coach training program will be:
- This specific coach training program will be tailor-designed to suit the unique needs/ challenges of those working in the developmental sector
- Case studies from the field will form an integral part of the training
- The intake of participants will be limited to ensure an intensive reflective practice model of training delivery.
Who can Attend?
The program is mainly designed for professionals and practitioners in the specialized functions in the social science sector with supervisory responsibilities or coaching roles. On completion of the program, participants will be able to apply their coaching skills in their respective roles as leaders, program supervisors, youth development coaches, training and development specialists.
- Coaching manager and traditional manager
- Difference between Coaching and other forms of learning and development approaches
- Models of Coaching for managers to practice
- Listening and active listening
- Asking versus telling
- Giving Feedback
- Hold a bachelor’s degree
- Have at least one year of experience in a supervisory role
To download the registration form, click here.
The last date to submit the form is october 3, 2019.
Phone Number: 022 – 2552 5682
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