Insights to Coaching
Dates/time: Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, 8 a.m.-noon
Location: Schwitzer Student Center 012
In order to reach new goals and face increased challenges, you need to engage everyone you lead. Coaching builds a relationship that focuses on developing an individual’s full potential. This course will provide an insight to coaching, for both the role of a supervisor and a peer-coach. Coaching will be defined for students as they begin to examine the attributes of a coach, the role of a coach, and the benefits of coaching. They will then apply these learnings in practical exercises through scenarios.
- Participants will define coaching and articulate verbally and in writing the foundations of coaching.
- Participants will learn and identify two benefits of coaching and provide examples of each of the two types of coaching.
- Participants will understand and explain the 5 principles of coaching (relationship of trust with coachee; support and direct coachee; clarification of role, job and expectations; feedback on progress; recognition of success).
- Participants will apply these learnings objectives successfully in a practical exercise/scenario.
This program is designed for emerging and experienced leaders, team leads, supervisors, managers and anyone that is responsible for coaching staff or co-workers.
For more information or for registration assistance, please contact the Division for Professional Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-788-3393.