£950.00 + VAT 2 days
Thursday 26th & Friday 27th October 2017 – Edinburgh
This two-day course is a highly practical introduction to the concepts and skills required to effectively use coaching approaches as part of your HR or OD/L&D role. The HR role typically relies a lot on ‘giving advice’ to managers and others on how to deal with a variety of people-related issues. We will explore how coaching can give you an enhanced skill-set which might be more effective in helping your managers to manage more effectively. We will help you to understand where coaching ‘fits’ with other styles you might currently use and how you can increase your effectiveness as an HR practitioner by introducing a more coaching-led approach.
To book this course online, please click on 26th October on the calendar at the bottom of page.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This two-day practical workshop is for HR, OD and L&D /L&D professionals who feel they need to get a better understanding of coaching, and who would like to increase their own knowledge and skill in coaching. You may be thinking about introducing coaching into your organisation, or may simply want to develop your own skills in coaching. No prior knowledge of coaching is required. HR staff at all levels would benefit from this programme, including HR Business Partners and OD practitioners.
WHAT YOU WILL GET
At the end of the course, you will have:
The workshop will be facilitated by tutors from the Edinburgh Coaching Academy who are experienced and practising executive coaches but who also have an HR background and understand the challenges and benefits of coaching within organisations. The programme is facilitated by Alison Denton (BA MSC, Henley Certificate in Coaching, MBTI licensed), Diane Peebles (B.Com, Fellow of CIPD, AOEC Certificate in Coaching Psychology, SHL & MBTI licensed) and Joanne Kerr (BA, CIPD Certificate in Advanced Coaching, qualified Coaching supervisor, MBTI licensed). All three facilitators have extensive experience in senior level coaching, coaching supervision and coaching skills development.