ILM L3 Award in Effective Coaching

Coaching is an essential non-directive form of development. From workplace training to performance management, the managers in your business must know how to get the best out of your employees. According to the CIPD, 51% of business consider coaching a crucial part of their strategy. The rise of 'quiet quitting' has shone a light on the importance of keeping a motivated team, management communication and early intervention. Our three day Level 3 Award in Coaching, accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), will demonstrate best coaching practice to your team and give them the skills to develop their employees. 



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Module 1

Understanding Good Practice in Workplace Coaching:
• The nature and role of Coaching in the workplace
• Behaviours, skills, abilities and characteristics of an effective workplace coach including recognised Coaching Models
• Differences between Coaching and Line manager responsibilities and importance of coaching records

Module 2

Undertaking an Extended Period of Coaching in the Workplace
• Know how to plan and organise a coaching session
• Coach and individual and collect feedback on your performance

Module 3

Reflecting on Workplace Coaching Skills
• Conduct a coaching self-analysis
• Provide a self reflection on performance


Completion of this course entails delegates submitting assignments within the deadlines communicated at the enrolment stage. 

Delegates will be required to attend all 3 training days. 


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Benefits to the Business Benefits to the Delegate
Implement 'can-do' attitudes across different departments Receive an accredited qualification that helps you get the best out of your team
Build morale with highly motivated team members Recognise different learning styles and understand how to adapt
Enhance the performance of the coach by making them feel valued with an internationally recognised qualification Receive coaching feedback from an expert coach and know how to improve
Support those at a pivotal stage in their career to get the job done right first time Be confident in challenging a coachee's behaviour and perception