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Developing a Coaching Culture - In-house Course
This in-house course focuses on the knowledge and skills required to cultivate an environment that delivers improved business performance. Research shows that organisations that drive development using coaching as a tool, exhibit increased employee motivation, productivity and performance.
For coaching to be effective, it has to be supported by a coaching culture within the organisation. This demonstrates that the business values its people and their development.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand how coaching works.
- Understand when coaching is appropriate.
- Use best practice techniques to formulate and communicate constructive feedback.
- Create a culture that supports coaching.
- Cultivate and promote an environment that delivers improved performance and increased motivation.
- Use reliable models to plan and deliver coaching.
Suitability - Who should attend?
This course is suitable for L&D and HR professionals, organisational development and change specialists, executive coaches, managers and team leaders.
Coaching – what does it mean?
- Definitions and examples
- Coaching versus mentoring
- Formal versus informal coaching
The business case: why invest?
- Case studies: examples of how coaching can impact business performance
- What are the measurable benefits of a coaching culture?
- Improved communication, conscious development of talent, disciplined leaders, enhanced employee engagement = increased operational improvement
Developing a coaching culture: first steps
- Reviewing current coaching strategy and practice
- Connecting coaching to business strategy and understanding its impact
- Senior management buy-in: selling the business benefits
- Selecting a coaching champion
- Communicating change clearly and consistently
- Planning for resistance
Establishing a behaviour-based coaching approach
- Connecting coaching with organisational values
- Removing and changing inhibitive behaviours
- Actively promoting behaviours that support the desired culture
Creating a coaching methodology
- Demonstrating clear learning outcomes
- Agreeing success criteria and a feedback process
- Developing evaluation strategies to measure desired outcomes
- How to embed coaching processes and behaviours
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As your leaders and HR colleagues endeavour to engage your employees, successfully navigate change and help your business meet its strategic objectives, FTI Consulting can support you with the following: Leadership enablement Employee engagement and mobilisation Change management and communication...