Coaching is a hands-on experience and the best way to master this skill is through practice. This course covers many theoretical aspects of coaching, though each theoretical part is systematically complemented with appropriate exercises and case studies so that the delegates can see for themselves what they are supposed to do when coaching.
Coaching skills is not only limited to managers, it is a skill applicable to everyone in any setting. These skills can be used to connect with others and to inspire, motivate and guide them in overcoming their problems and getting results. This course allows you to understand more about human psychology and learn how to ask the right questions and correctly share your opinion with others.
Since coaching involves guiding others, this course also includes comprehensive materials on human motivation and learning principles so that the learner can become familiar with the full range of topics necessary when dealing with others.
Contrary to people’s belief, a coach doesn’t have to know everything about a topic to be able to help. You don’t have to be the best tennis player in the world to be able to coach a tennis player. This also applies to the business environment. This course shows the delegates that, indeed, by asking the right questions, they can be an effective coach without the need to know more about the domain than the coachee does.
Using a range of practical exercises, delegates get to practice their coaching skills on each other and also work through exercises designed to increase their retention rate and help them memorise various techniques thought in the course.