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Manager as Coach - Maximising Performance

Manager as Coach
Manager as Coach

Target Audience: This 1 day workshop is for anyone who manages people and wants to develop their coaching skills within the University.

Brief Outline: This one day workshop introduces people managers to the skill of coaching and how it can be used to help them develop and motivate their staff, maximise performance and make managing easier.

What you can expect to learn: By the end of the workshop you will:

Please note: Attendants are expected to join the Coaching Register of the University after the workshop.

Links to other courses: Whilst this course contains some duplication of materials within the Essential Skills for Mentors course it does provide you with skills that are essential to the people manager role. If you choose to undertake the Essential Mentoring Skills for Mentors please be aware that some of the skills practice will be very similar. Please note you do not need to do Essential Mentoring Skills for Mentors to attend this course.

Facilitator Information / Led By

Name: Anna Sheather

Job Title: External Tutor from Élan Coaching Ltd

Training Dates: There may be more than one training session scheduled; Please click on the 'Book now' button below to view all the date(s) available.

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