Developing a Coaching Culture - 2 days

Developing a Coaching Culture


There are no prerequisites for participants to join this course

Many managers perceive that to develop people, you must train them. Whilst this is true to an extent, training only provides people with the skill set that forms the basis of development. Actual development of an employee is the responsibility of the line manager who will need to ensure that the skills learnt during training are actually applied in practice. 

Coaching is not a form of teaching, and it is not designed to provide the answer. Rather, coaching is about using deliberate and specific methods that facilitate learning and development in people through understanding and self-discovery. Indeed extensive research has shown that effective coaches will generally lead a higher performing, more motivated and more productive work force than those teams led by ineffective coaches. Increasingly, effective coaching skills are now a key competency against which superior management is judged.

© Copyright Firovia Consulting 2012