This topic contains a range of tools to help run a session on coaching.
This tool will introduce managers to coaching and get them to consider the prevailing 'coaching culture' in their own organisations.
This tool will show managers when coaching is the right approach and when other remedies might be more appropriate.
This tool will show managers two versions of the key steps needed to make their coaching sessions successful.
This tool shows managers the range of feelings and emotions experienced as part of learning.
This tool gives managers a simple structure for coaching others to perform.
A tool to help participants understand the key elements of a coaching session, practice the COACH model for coaching and understand the difference between facilitative and directive coaching.
This tool will help participants recognise that the way we use words reflects our thinking style and enables them to practise using language to build rapport.
A tool to help participants understand different types of questions and when they can be useful and build confidence in formulating useful questions in coaching sessions.
Use this tool to show managers how to use targeted questions to build ownership of the new way of doing things when coaching.
A tool to help participants understand the importance of listening when coaching and to recognise their own typical way of listening and its strengths or limitations.