Coaching in the Workplace: Develop a Team

Coaching employees to improve their performance is not a simple task. Whether it be training or performance management, the managers in your business need to know how to get the best out of employees. These coaches will be able to ask fewer but better quality questions as well as adapting to their colleagues’ communication style, needs and skills. The rise of ‘quiet quitting’ has shone a light on the importance of ensuring a high level of motivation in the team. This course will allow your employees to maximise their own performance as well as the performance of the wider team by identifying needs and asking the right questions. 

Maximise your team's performance with innovative solutions

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for people managers who have a responsibility for performance management and development of their team.

We also run an ILM accredited Level 3 Effective Coaching Award

Course Content

Module 1
What is Coaching and How does it Help?

Module 2
When and How should you use Coaching?

Module 3

Questioning Techniques: Ask Fewer but Better Questions

Module 4
Learning Styles and Identifying Needs: How to Recognise and Respond to them

Module 5
Coaching Practice with Feedback

Role play and interactive Sessions
Throughout the training there are role plays, interactive sessions and games to help delegates practise and understand the processes and methods


Benefits to the Business Benefits to the Delegate
Build morale in the team with highly motivated team members Build confidence in asking the right questions - know what to say 
Create an engaged team who take responsibility for own development Understand what to say to get the best out of the team 
Implement ‘can-do’ attitudes across different departments  Recognise different learning styles and understand how to adapt 
Prevent staff misunderstandings from hindering productivity Skills and knowledge immediately implementable 

To find out more about this course or to book on, just get in touch