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Team COACHING and development skills

Team COACHING and Development Skills Course

Introduction

Being a coach implies the desire to see the other succeed. In life we have many people we are very indebted to because they believed in us, encouraged us, motivated us. Some supported us, others helped us learn, and others helped us overcome obstacles. Over time, coaching has proved to be the most popular and most effective technique in the field of personal development. Coaching has become an important part of the managers ' role in getting the best results from the staff. More than ever, employees demand opportunities for Dezvoltar. And managers are told they have to offer coaching to employees on a regular basis.

Objectives

This course relates to the development of skills in the coaching area to help managers to/and develop people in their subordinates. The course is aimed at:

• Understanding of motivators/Demotivatori factors and organizational culture;
• Knowledge of the difference between personal and organizational coaching;
• Fundamental principles in coaching;
• Establishing the coaching relationship with team members;
• Understanding how to use the team's resources according to the personal skills and talents of each team member
• Supporting the professional development of team members in the right direction for each of them;
• Communication in coaching.

Skills to be developed in the course of the

• Ability to use motivators factors and identify demotivatori factors;
• Ability to create confidence with the beneficiaries of the coaching process, in this case with its own team;
• Ability to use a set of tools and techniques to identify improvement needs, design and deliver team and group coaching sessions, as well as tools for strategic development of teams and organizations ;
• Ability to plan and establish coaching goals;
• Tracking progress developments and empowerment in coaching.

Methodology

This course is based on collaborative activities in small groups and in plenary, and discussions in plenary on the development of coaching skills to help team members work on those skills that best help them in achieving the objectives of Work. The program provides interactive exercises and case studies, each session ending with group and individual conclusions for the development of the skills practised in that session.

Who is addressing

This course is addressed, in particular, to managers interested in the personal development of the people of the teams they coordinate, but also to those who are preparing to take over a leadership of a team within organisations.

Agenda

Session 1: Introduction and Breaking ice

Opening of the course. Presentation of participants and trainers. Training of labour protection. Expectations and fears. Presentation of the objectives of the course.
Session 2: Why are we working? or motivation in organisations

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Understand the importance of organizational culture in achieving performance;
• Identify at least three factors contributing to personal motivation
Discover at least three elements linking work, results obtained and personal satisfaction.
Session 3: COACH, MENTOR, advisor or TRAINER-is it not the same?

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Learn at least one definition of coaching;
• Could list at least five differences between personal and organizational coaching, as well as between coaching, mentoring, and training;
• Could list at least five fundamental principles in coaching;
• Determine your preferred learning style.

Session 4: A MODEL of Team COACHING

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Could enumerate the stages of a coaching model for the personal development of the people on the team;
• Learn what to do as a manager before you start a coaching process.
Session 5: Clarifying COACHING needs and setting goals

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Learn how to start a coaching process with people on the team
• Could enumerate the steps to be taken at the first coaching meeting and what they expect from each other;
• Could explain how to reach a coaching agreement;
• Know how to set goals for the coaching process.

Session 6: Designing a detailed COACHING PLAN

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Understands how coaching meetings are planned
• Could explain how employees reach the objectives and the steps to do so;
• Describe how the coach can help the employee to achieve such a plan.

Session 7: Basic COACHING Skills – building the report and formulating questions

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Understand what a report is and what are the main steps to build a report;
• May enumerate several advantages of the correct fomulării of the questions in coaching;
• They will practice the design of questions on a given situation.

Session 8: Basic COACHING Skills – active listening, observing and giving FEEDBACK

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Understands what is active listening and what is its role in the coaching process;
• Practice active listening with colleagues;
• Awareness of the importance of observing in the coaching process;
• Be familiar with min. 3 Feedback patterns and how they are used in coaching.

Session 9: Tracking activities and performance improvement planning

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Understand how the actions undertaken by the employee should be followed and how the coach can support him in the delicate moments.
• Understand how the team's resources can be used according to the personal skills and talents of each team member;
• Support the professional development of team members in the right direction for each of them;

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