Stand-Up Meeting
Coaching and Mentoring

Role Model, Coach, Mentor, and Guide are all words that people associate with positive influence sources. Indeed, coaching is one of the best ways for anyone to receive positive influence from others. It is based upon a mutual partnership between individuals that involves providing support and health challenges to employees. A closely related skill is mentorship which is often considered a part of coaching, and it is about providing guidance, wisdom, and advice to those to whom it is needed.   

 

Being able to provide coaching is one of the most useful skills that anyone can develop for their organization and personal lives.

This workshop is offered to groups of 5 or more.

Workshop Duration: 1 day

Open Space Office

Workshop Objectives 

  • Coaching for team development

  • Coaching and mentoring for individual productivity improvement.

  • The habits of effective coaches.

  • Discover how to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of employees and provide appropriate feedback for improvement.

  • Discover how to correctly identify areas of problem for employees and suggest corrective actions.

Workshop Topics

  • The Definition of Coaching and Mentoring

  • Coaching Assessment Reviews

  • Understanding the Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication

  • Critical Thinking Skills

  • Using SPIRIT to Set Goals

  • Different Learning Styles and Principles

  • The Benefit and Consequence Matrix

  • Skills Used in Coaching

  • The Coaching Model

  • Giving Effective Feedback

  • The Most Common Coaching Problems and Solutions

Office

Workshop Outline

The Definition of Coaching and Mentoring

The very first part of this workshop will involve participants learning about the nuance between coaching and mentoring. Participants will also be taught to appreciate the coaching formula.

Coaching Assessment Reviews

Participants will review their pre-assignments and identify areas of growth.

Understanding the Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication

Effective communication is one of the most important aspects of coaching. During this session, participants will be familiarized with different communication styles, skills, and question techniques, and listening abilities.

Critical Thinking Skills

The following session will involve participants being taught the most important coaching skills in small interactive groups that will include teaching and challenging skills.

Using SPIRIT to Set Goals

Participants shall be taught the SPIRIT model for goal setting and identifying how to help people with consistency.

Different Learning Styles and Principles

Everyone learns differently, and the purpose of this session is to teach some of the ways that people learn to incorporate that knowledge into their understanding of coaching. This session will include the seven principles of adult learning.

The Benefit and Consequence Matrix

This session shall consist of teaching participants about using a very useful tool for examining and critiquing change from employees.

Skills Used in Coaching

Participants shall divide into small groups to complete various exercises for familiarizing themselves with key coaching abilities.

The Coaching Model

Participants shall be taught the 4-stage coaching model to assist them in any coaching situation.

Giving Effective Feedback

Participants will be familiarized with the six qualities of effective feedback giving.

For more information on this workshop, please contact us:
Email: Training@addisonsolutionsllc.com

The Most Common Coaching Problems and Solutions

Participants will conclude the day by learning about the most common coaching problems and their respective solutions.

What's included in our workshops?

  • We ensure our workshops are facilitated by top-quality trainers. 

  • We guarantee that all workshop class sizes are small and interactive.

  • We provide all workshop material.

 

All  Workshops will be held live online via Zoom. Click here to view our current scheduled workshops.