How to get the best out of yourself through coaching - 1 Day

Southwark Employees Price: £0 Associates Price: £0

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Who is it for?

How to get the best out of yourself through coaching


Staff understand how coaching can help them take ownership of their personal development, potentially leading to career progression or a change of profession 

What does it cover?

Being clear about the difference between participation and commitment

Making time to prepare

Talking about what matters most

Thinking about what you want to achieve

  • Being open to feedback and making sure you understand it – avoiding defensiveness
  • Setting aside ‘ego’ and being curious about what you do and why and what the impact is
  • Being prepared to let go of the past and focus on the future
  • The coach won’t be judgemental so nor should you be about yourself
  • Understanding your ‘internal drivers’ and adjusting their strength
  • Practical tips and techniques:
  1. Make a record of what you discussed, progress made and actions you have agreed to
  2. Focus on how you feel and want to feel, not just on what you want to do or produce
  3. Create more space, not more time in your life
  4. Become more focused in order to reduce energy drains
  5. Be open to see things differently
  6. Learn to see and experience things earlier than before
  7. Design and strengthen your business and personal environments
  8. Be clear about your goals before ending the coaching session
  9. Provide feedback for your coach on what worked and what you would like
  • Practical Communication tools for:
  1. Accepting praise and recognition
  2. Exploring feedback that seems less than helpful
  3. Accepting tough feedback
  4. Setting objectives
  5. Giving the coach feedback
  6. Asking for what you want
  • Being willing to evolve, not just develop your performance

What are the course outcomes?

  • How to maximise the benefit of your coaching experience
  • Understand the enormous opportunity that coaching provides for you
  • Create the mind-set that allows open and honest two-way communication
  • Help generate a positive relationship between you and the coach
  • Take ownership of your development and responsibility for your actions
  • Identify and remove your personal barriers to your development and change of practice
  • Work with the coach to help them help you to succeed

Book dates available for this course

12 Jan 09:30 G06, 132 Queens Road, London, SE15 2HP 10 Spaces Left 18 Apr 09:30 Training Room G01a, Ground Floor, 160 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2QH 11 Spaces Left

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