A practical programme for HR professionals who are keen to develop a coaching style of interaction either within their teams and/or with business stakeholders. You will develop skills in taking a more engaging, non-directive approach to supporting your business and to encouraging a coaching style of leadership in your organisation.
The practical 2-day (delivered virtually over 4 half days) training is held on Zoom, in a small group workshop style, and will be highly interactive so we encourage the use of camera and headset.
At the end of this course participants will:
- Be able to apply a variety of coaching tools, models, skills and behaviours to various HR/business scenarios including conflict resolution, change management, giving feedback and dealing with stakeholder opposition.
- Understand the characteristics of a coaching approach and the benefits and challenges of adopting it in HR business support and interventions.
- Develop the basics of coaching skills for application within their teams.
- Recognise what a coaching culture looks like and the organisational conditions that need to be in place to maintain it.
- Be able to assess their own organisation in terms of its adaptability to a coaching culture and identify the priority focus areas for getting there.
- Understand the basic steps in launching and managing coaching interventions.
- Be able to develop an action plan for their own CPD and priorities for implementation in their organisation.
- Evolution of the HR role and the significance of coaching approaches
- Where coaching fits in the new CIPD professional standards
- Directive/ Non-Directive spectrum of business interventions
- Coaching vs Mentoring
- Becoming a “Trusted Advisor”
- Coaching skills and behaviours in practice: applying the GROW model and alternatives solution-focused coaching impactful questioning and listening gaining stakeholder commitment difficult conversation
- Developing a coaching culture in organisations
- Action planning and personal development
ILM Recognised – this requires completion of a written assignment (choose between a theory-based or practical-based assignment) after the 4 sessions. You would agree to a deadline with the Tutor and on successful completion of the assignment receive the ILM Recognised Coaching Skills for HR Professionals Certificate. This is a recognition/Certification and not a qualification.
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Our faculty member John Macdonald is a Fellow Member of the CIPD and has had a 30-year career in human resource management, most recently as Vice-President (HR) in the global oilfield services sector. He is a qualified executive coach and mentor and regularly delivers coaching and mentoring programmes from the BSC portfolio of courses