ILM's latest research has found that coaching and mentoring can positively impact the workplace in a variety of ways:
- Stronger teams; Support for talented employees; Improved ability to align to the organisation’s culture and ethos with employees’; A more inclusive culture; Improved employee satisfaction scores and Improved staff retention.
- For this qualification learners are required to evidence 18 hours of coaching and/or mentoring practice.
The understanding element of the qualification comprises the following elements:
- Understanding Coaching
- The Manager as Coach
- Coaching Skills for Managers
- Coaching and Performance
- Identifying Coaching Needs
- Providing Career Guidance
- Developing a coaching program
- The Manager as Mentor
- The GROW Model of Coaching
- The Outcomes Coaching Model
- Making the Business Case for Coaching
- Selecting a Management Coach
- Overcoming Barriers to Coaching
- Evaluating Coaching Outcomes
- Reflective Practice
The skills practice session held as part of the learning on 25th March from 10am-1pm will help you learn or improve practical coaching skills.
- Training days from 10am-4pm: 4th, 11th and 1st April 2020, refreshments and lunch included
- Support from NICVA will be ongoing with one to one tutorials agreed with each learner attending all the sessions
Please note, this course is aimed at those working in the voluntary and community sector in NI.