Three sessions (two days each) and four coaching supervision sessions from an experienced coach. The first supervision session includes an assessment and debrief of current coaching style.
– Individual Coaching Assessment and Supervision Session 1
– Day 1+2
Session 1: Coaching in the Context
Understand your own coaching style, its strengths, and its shortfalls; Review and demonstrate your core coaching skills using the GROW Model; Explore the process of human behaviour change and how to use this more effectively to help your coachee affect change.
Session 2: Coaching Leaders Under Stress
Develop your skills on working with coachees to understand stress responses, identify causes of stress and anxiety, and design approaches which can assist them to better deal with stressful situations.
– Individual Coaching Assessment and Supervision Session 2
– Day 3+4
Session 3: Emotions that Drive Behaviour
Learn about Cognitive Behavioural Coaching and how to help a coachee focus on how they think, feel and act. Cognitive behavioural strategies and techniques can assist the coachee to understand triggers, thoughts and feelings that drive actions, therefore increasing self-awareness and proactively creating behaviour change.
Session 4: Working with Authority, Power, and Unconscious Behaviour
Recognise unconscious behaviour and its possible sources and apply appropriate strategies and techniques to enable coaches to increase awareness and management of their default behaviours. Also understand the balance of power in the coaching relationship and how it may help or hinder coaching.
– Individual Coaching Supervision Session 3
– Day 5+6
Session 5: Coaching for Meaning and Purpose
Learn new ways to explore with your coachees their own set of values and meaning and help to create motivation and purpose from them. Job satisfaction and performance are often linked to an individual’s sense of meaning and purpose.
Session 6: Coaching from a Systems Perspective
Understand how systems play out in coaching assignments and how to work effectively with them. Although our coaching sessions are usually a 1:1 experience, it is helpful to remember that each coach and coachee are pieces of a system. Work teams, organisations, families, bosses, and even values and beliefs are all part of the system that is the coaching environment.
– Individual Coaching Supervision Session 4