ILM 3 Award in Coaching
To enable delegates to effectively coach their team members and others.
Coaching is more cost effective than recruiting. It means your staff will be more engaged and effective able to achieve better business results.
The programme consists of four one day workshop and tutor support. Delegates complete a minimum of six hours coaching and a coaching diary and work-based assignments.
Coaching is about learning as opposed to teaching. Delegates will learn how to inspire those around them to see in themselves new possibilities and choices. Growing those around you and creating a ‘can do mentality’ are crucial facets of modern day leadership.
The workshop is designed to trigger delegates into seeing coaching as a means of maximising the potential of those around them.
We introduce coaching and what is and contrast the differences between leadership styles, coaching and mentoring.
Delegates start from the position of personal responsibility (to give them credibility) and then learn to develop questioning techniques that encourage staff to take responsibility and ownership.
We introduce GROW and questioning techniques and do some coaching.
Review of ethics, respect for coachee, equality of opportunity.
Identification of learning styles using diagnostic tools. Identification of barriers to coaching in the workplace.
Planning coaching and agreements. Goal setting and agreeing action plans. Keeping records. Introduction to the coaching diary.
Performance management is integral to the content using the Line of consequence model.
Coaching practice and feedback on communication.
Attendees complete a minimum of 3 hours of coaching.
This is a support day designed to help the delegates with writing their assignments.
Review of coaching sessions.
Rapport building and eye patterns. Levels of language and reading between the lines, questions to uncover coachee’s thinking.
Work Based assignment guidelines.
Attendees complete a further 3 hours of coaching.
Hand in Assignments and Coaching Diary