Introduction to Business Coaching

01684 252 151 01684 252 151 / 07973 744 260 07973 744 260
Ongoing
Professionals and trainees
£95 per person
Colwall Park Hotel, Colwall, Worcestershire, WR13 6QG

This introductory workshop is designed to equip you with the most accessible tools and techniques. The workshop is highly experiential - ensuring the learning is highly effective and tailored to individual approaches.

An introduction to coaching

  • What is coaching?
  • How does coaching differ from other ways of developing/supporting others?

The GROW model

  • Setting goals.
  • Establishing the reality.
  • Exploring options.
  • Finding a way forward.

Reflecting

  • Coach as ‘mirror’.
  • Helping the client better understand themselves.

Questioning

  • Powerful questions.
  • Understanding question types and knowing when to use them.

Active-Listening

  • Getting out of your own way!
  • Listening at different levels.
  • Finding amazing things in what your client has said.

Conduct and Ethics

  • Coaching approaches.
  • Ethical practice.
  • Confidentiality.
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Hosted by Miles Huckle

Miles Huckle is an experienced Business, Executive and Personal Coach. Currently working with several large UK-based organisations, Miles has a highly facilitative training style and has a reputation for extracting learning from situations! Miles is a member of the International Coach Federation and works according to their code of ethics.

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