The LGiU is offering a new one-day session on the practical and theoretical aspects of coaching in a local authority environment.
Coaching offers a range of benefits, not only to those who are receiving it, but also to the coach and the wider service sectors in the organisation.
This workshop provides an understanding of the process, how learning is transferred through coaching and the wider benefits it delivers.
- Learning about the coaching process with tips and techniques for successful delivery
- Understanding how skills and knowledge can be transferred through coaching
- Identify how coaching can benefit a local authority at all levels.
|09:45||Welcome and Introduction – Clarifying workshop and individual goals|
|10:00||Session 1. Coaching and mentoring in a local authority, why do it? The corporate approach|
|10:30||What needs to be in place, who is involved?|
|11:15||The steps used in the coaching cycle|
|11:45||Using coaching in a service sector, and applying your learning (individual practical examples)|
|12:30||End of session 1 and Lunch break|
|13:30||Session 2. Transferring skills. Learning styles, stages and retention
On-line coaching – the virtual world
|14.45||Responding to the challenges in coaching
Final Q& A session