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Introduction to Coaching Skills for Managers Workshop
Introduction to Coaching Skills for Managers
The aim of this workshop is to give managers some simple tools and thoughts that will help them adopt a coaching approach to managing their people. On the global stage of leadership and management, coaching is firmly recognised as a must have skillset for any leader. The benefits of coaching include greater employee engagement, increased motivation, reduction in health and safety incidents, increased productivity, greater overall efficiency, and many other benefits that are widely reported. Within this workshop we look to make the art of coaching simple and accessible for managers, but also relevant to the life of a manager. This is not a coaching course – it is a manager development course that looks at coaching.
Throughout the course we will explore the following questions:
- What is the role of leadership and management in the workplace?
- What is coaching and what are the characteristics of coaching?
- How can coaching skills help us deliver great outcomes for our people and patients?
- What some tangible skills I can practise to help me develop an effective coaching approach in management?
- How do we deliver feedback that leads to a mutual coaching conversation?
The workshop will be set up as a safe place of learning. As a manager there can be very little room for experimentation in business as usual activities. This workshop will therefore act as a place where delegates can embrace the vulnerability required to do something new or different and practise their coaching skills before ‘going live’ in their daily operations. The delivery style of this workshop will be interactive. Delegates will mainly be talking to their peers, exploring new or existing thoughts. They will then get the opportunity to practise coaching with one another in breakout rooms.
Upon competition delegates will leave with an understanding of how coaching is relevant to operational management, when and where they can use coaching skills, what the outcome of coaching in management is and what skills they need to practise in order to improve as a manager that coaches others.
This workshop will be facilitated by Dean Byron.
About Dean Byron: Dean has been supporting managers and leaders at every organisational level for many years. He has experience in managing change, formal human resources management, large technology implementation, organisational development, managerial and organisation restructures, creating a coaching culture and many other aspects of internal management and culture consultation. Educated in social sciences, qualified CMI business Coach and Mentor and certified Roche Martin Emotional Intelligence 360 assessor.
Dean joined the NHS and the EoE Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team in January 2021 as Leadership Development Manager. He is a friendly, approachable person that loves to see others become the best versions of themselves. He is often recognised as a high energy, positive professional and an empathetic yet disruptive organisational change maker.
He is particularly passionate about seeing leaders optimise the human potential of their people and optimal organisational human resource. He has spent many years demonstrating that leaders can use coaching to correctly assign accountability, increase capability, embed organisational values, nurture effective behaviours, and ultimately deliver enhanced overall results. He likes to keep things simple and tangible for an easy implementation.
• You will need a webcam and a headset to fully participate.
• The computer will need to have the sound function on so you can hear and speak at the webinar.
• You will need to be connected to the internet for the duration of the webinar.
• We will send an email with details of instructions for the day to all participants, prior to the date.
• Please note: this webinar may be recorded.
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Organiser : Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team