ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching in the Workplace for First line managers and team leaders

Subjects: managers, team leaders

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The Focus

Are you a manager who is looking for more powerful ways to manage your team? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when your team members come to you with problems, not solutions? Frustrated when you see talented individuals not performing to their full potential? Attending this course will equip you with the skills necessary to coach others to excel in their working lives.

Our Service

The course focuses on using practical coaching and training methods, combined with real-life exercises to develop your skills and competencies. The course supports you in developing an appreciation of:

Questioning techniques
Active listening
Relationship building
Motivating and inspiring
Goal setting and accountability.
The course is separated into four, one day sessions with at least one week between each to enable participants to fully understand and apply their learning. Underpinning this will be one to one sessions with a coach to help you reflect on how to apply your knowledge effectively. The content will vary depending on the coaching experience of those within the session and, subject to completion of assessments, will lead to a recognised qualification.

Our track Record

As an ILM centre, Striding Out has grown and developed a range of courses from Business, Enterprise, Leadership and Management, and Coaching and Mentoring. We have delivered training to individuals and organisations of varying sizes, ages and backgrounds with high success rates and praise from our awarding body for the work we are undertaking with our clients.

As a result of our support, our clients feel they have:

Understood questioning and listening techniques.
Appreciated the importance of understanding values and what motivates team members.
Developed ways to get people to set goals and be held accountable for actions.
Explored ways to create a solid and ongoing coaching relationship with team members
Our Clients

Our public courses are open to anyone who either is, or aspires to be, a workplace coach within an organisation. Our diverse range of trainers have the skills, experience and knowledge to work with individuals in a variety of settings to help develop their skills. All of our coaching skills courses are delivered by an International Coach Federation qualified coach.

Case Study

Phillip Kerry, Head of Resources, Envision

“The course was great and the trainer was absolutely brilliant. The course was so relevant and useful,

underpinning what we as an organisation believe about a coaching management style that I’ve recommended that our Chief Executive and colleagues attend the course too. I was really impressed that I learnt new things and new ways of doing things”.

Start date:
27 April 2011
End date:
18 May 2011
Course duration: Four Day Sessions over One Month

27th April, 4th, 11th and 18th of May

University College London

University College London
United Kingdom

SUBJECTS: managers, team leaders

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