Coaching in the Workplace
In any organisation, success is achieved through the individual achievements of its people. Managers need to take an active part in addressing and responding to specific opportunities to improve performance of their employees.
The Coaching in the Workplace short course will help you develop the skills you need to help others sustain improved performance. You will play an active part in addressing and responding to specific opportunities to improve performance of employees.
Your employer will benefit because:
You’ll return to work with the skills required to coordinate and align the effort of others for the overall good of the organisation.
This course is right for you:
If you are a manager or a specialist member of staff who uses coaching skills to manage, lead and support others to improve and sustain their performance.
- Establish a suitable coaching relationship
- Draw on different learning styles to tailor coaching needs
- Exercise valuable coaching skills and qualities
- Apply effective communication and rapport building skills to overcome challenges
- Determine best practice use of coaching frameworks and models
- Provide constructive feedback
|Start date||Start time||End date||End time||Location|
|18/07/2013||9:00 AM||19/07/2013||5:00 PM||NSW|
|16/10/2013||9:00 AM||17/10/2013||5:00 PM||NSW|
|04/12/2013||9:00 AM||05/12/2013||5:00 PM||NSW|
The Coaching in the Workplace short course aligns with the following competency:
Additional fees may apply if you choose to be assessed in this competency.
The Coaching in the Workplace short course can contribute towards the following Qualifications:
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What to expect
Many of the AIM programs use a blended learning approach, designed to help perform better and faster. Hover over the icons below to see how each stage of the blended learning process can work for you.
To help participants measure their understanding of the subject and determine learning priorities for the workshop and beyond. We typically provide this for you 2 weeks before your face to face workshop.
The facilitator will call within two weeks prior to the workshop to better understand your requirements so that the workshop can be tailored as needed.You receive a call around a week before we meet you face to face.
Face-to-face group sessions with a heavy emphasis on practical learning and developing critical skills. Please see published dates for face to face workshops in the calendar.
Interactive learning modules and templates, including the Harvard Manage Mentor program for ongoing learning in the workplace or after hours. We typically make this available for you before your face to face workshop and you usually have between 90 days and 12 months afterwards to utilize the e-learning.
In-depth support information and activities that provide the bigger picture beyond course content and theory. You have access to these two weeks before the face to face workshop and for 12 months following.
Follow-up activities, calls or webinars take place two to three weeks after the workshop to help participants transfer what they have learnt back in to the workplace.