- In unit 1 participants explore the characteristics of effective coaches and mentors, going on to present a business case for using coaching or mentoring within your organisation
- In the second unit, participants review their own ability as a management coach or mentor, exploring their ethical and moral views as well as building communication skills.
- During the final mandatory unit, participants plan and deliver a short coaching or mentoring programme in line with their organisation, divisional or team goals.
Assessment is by submitting a 2000-2500 word work-based assignment, plus a reflective coaching/mentoring diary. Full guidance is given for each of these and we also provide tutorial support. The course handbook and much of the course materials will be provided electronically.
Duration and Delivery
- Two full day workshops.
- Three half-day workshops including opportunity for coaching practice.
- Tutorial support.
Course will be held at our Draper's Court Centre, Kingston Hall Road, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2BQ.
Next scheduled start date is flexible and will be arranged when sufficient numbers of applications are received.
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