Our Coaching Skills course is designed to give managers at all levels an insight into the skill needed to coach staff to enable better performance. Also see the ILM Coaching courses for accredited courses that carry a nationally recognised qualification.
The course will cover:-
- Identification of developmental needs within the individual members of staff.
- Develop an understanding of the staff's perception of their job.
- Develop 'one to one' communication skills
Who Will Benefit: Any employee, who during the course of their work needs to coach others.
The first use of the term coaching to mean an instructor or trainer arose around 1830 in Oxford University slang for a tutor who "carries" a student through an exam. Coaching thus has been used in language to describe the process used to transport people from where they are to where they want to be. The first use of the term in relation to sports came in 1861.
Historically the evolution of coaching has been influenced by many fields of study including LGAT such as "est", personal development, adult education, the Human Potential Movement, psychology, and leadership studies. Since the mid-1990s, coaching has developed into a more independent discipline and professional associations such as the Association for Coaching, the International Association of Coaching, the International Coach Federation, and the European Coaching and Mentoring Council have helped develop a set of training standards.