Nurturing potential within a work context is a worthwhile and rewarding skill to master - and valuable across all sectors of employment. This Saturday Masterclass will walk you through the best practice skills of business coaching, which can be immediately put into practice.
Coaching is a powerful way to help an individual or group improve their own performance. It is a specialised skill set used by educators, Fortune 500 CEOs, medical professionals and many more professional industries. A coaching approach enriches interactions: from informal conversations to management meetings, academic tutoring to performance reviews.
This one-day workshop offers a comprehensive introduction to the power of coaching skills. Our How to Become a Business Coach training course will lay the foundations for how coaching can best be used within your individual role and place of work. This is an excellent introductory session, ideal if you are to gain a good grasp on the basics of business coaching skills, before enrolling on the more in-depth 10-week Coaching for Business programme.
In this course, participants learn coaching models, tools and activities specifically designed for a variety of contexts. The learning is experiential and practical, based on research and expertise. Participants will acquire new or enhanced skills to complement their current ‘toolkit’.
As a result of attending, participants will:
On completion of the Masterclass students wishing to develop their Coaching skills further may be interested in the 10 week programme, Coaching for Business.
During the course you will learn:
There will not be any formal teaching or assessment.
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Megan is a trained and Certified Co-Active Coach with over seven years of experience. Her focus areas include career development, leadership and entrepreneurship. She coaches individuals and groups, and facilitates workshops.
Outside of coaching, Megan volunteers with Parent Gym, running skills and confidence workshops to help parents support the wellbeing of their children.
Prior to becoming a coach, Megan worked in digital project management. She is also a qualified Personal Trainer, earned a certificate in Web Design and Technology from San Francisco State University, and holds a degree in Psychology from Clark University, Massachusetts.