Do you wish to develop your leadership style using coaching techniques and approaches? Would you like to improve your ability to motivate and support others to improve their performance?
This introductory course, delivered in two half-day sessions, has been designed for those wishing to enhance leadership skills and/or to use coaching to improve collaborative working, communication and professional relationships.
A coaching style of leadership is about learning not to lead in the traditional sense but more to facilitate others to come up with their own solutions. The leader holds more questions than answers and aims to develop the problem-solving muscle of teams, rather than being the one who solves the problems, thereby building greater capacity and engagement in those they work with.
Previous participants have included those working in the creative industries, charities, local government, arts, heritage and education sectors - as well as many freelancers and artists - in a wide varierty of roles, and at all different stages of their careers from apprentices to CEOs!
What does it cover?
Topics explored in the training include:
- Foundation coaching skills: philosophy and application
- Active Listening and Effective Enquiry
- Group coaching (using a simplified Action Learning model)
- Coaching cultures and a coaching style of leadership
By the end of the course all participants will have:
- Experienced coaching and being coached
- Developed active listening and effective questioning skills
- Explored the GROW model of coaching
- Used their coaching skills in a group context through Action Learning
This Training comprises of two online half day sessions (on Zoom) of which attendees will be required to attend both:
Introduction to Coaching - Monday 26th April from 2.00pm - 5.30pm
Introduction to Action Learning - Wednesday 12th May from 2.00pm - 5.30pm
'An introduction to Coaching Skills for Management and Leadership ’ is offered fully subsidised as part of the 'Music Education Hub Support Programme 2020-21' in partnership with and funded by Arts Council England. Details of other support within this programme can be found here.