When we describe a coaching culture we mean one which is supportive and developmental, one where employees/colleagues/peers give and receive feedback that helps them to learn and develop skills, attitudes and behaviours for their own benefit and for that of others. A coaching approach refers to how leaders and managers and coaches deliver their coaching skills. You will come across these terms a lot throughout this course.
This course expands on core coaching skill areas which equip coaches to work on a one-to-one basis. You may have already developed your coaching skills through previous training, if not, our START: Coaching for resilience course covers these.
You may be a practicing coach with plenty of opportunities to have coaching conversations, or perhaps you feel you currently have limited opportunity to practice. Whatever the case, this course will help you to apply your interest and enthusiasm for coaching for the benefit of yourself and others in the context that matters to you. The emphasis is on realising benefits to people and organisations beyond the confines of the quiet coaching room.