Linden Learning in association with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
WHY LEARN TO COACH AS A LEADER AND MANAGER?
Leading a team is a tough job. You need to manage performance, but take people with you. You must set high standards and be in control, but also encourage and develop staff. This course has been developed from our shared passion about the importance of coaching as a key behaviour for any manager, one that gets results and aligns people to what the organisation needs. Everything we teach is based on evidence, on our experience as managers ourselves and on working as coaches with many thousands of managers in both the public and private sector.
You will learn how to
- be a brilliant listener
- give feedback that is heard and acted upon
- ask powerful questions that create new thinking
- develop employees key skills and attitudes
- create a culture of positive engagement
- reduce your stress
ABOUT THE COURSE
We believe that practice leads theory by a long way when it comes to learning to coach. We therefore always teach in small groups and with at least two tutors. We work on real material with real people – no watching videos! On the first two days we teach the core skills you need to use a coaching approach as a leader and manager. You then have a few weeks to practice and reflect before the final day. During this time you will have a one to one session with one of the course tutors.
We provide a comprehensive handbook and manual.
Date, venues and costs for 2018
All course are held in Central London at Guildhall School and the next course will take place on 13 and 14 March and 9 May 2018.
Fees: £1,200 plus VAT
For more information on dates, fees and how to apply for a place on the course, please email Michelle Gardiner, the course administrator, at [email protected]. Alternatively, to speak to one of the course tutors direct about the content of the course, please contact Jane Cook on 07969 962957 or [email protected].
Jenny Rogers has 24 years of experience as an executive coach. Her current clients include HM Ambassadors and other senior civil servants, chief executives in healthcare, medical directors, partners in the ‘big four’ consultancy firms among many others. She has been training and supervising other coaches all over the world for 17 years. Jenny has a life-long interest in development, starting with 6 years as a teacher in early career then as an Education Advisor for the BBC where she later ran the management development department after 16 years as a TV producer. Her book Adults Learning is now in its 5th edition and she has written extensively on coaching and on psychometrics as well as four books on career themes. Her book Coaching Skills: A Handbook is widely regarded as the standard work internationally on how to coach.
Jenny Rogers’ advice is simple, memorable, deeply pragmatic, and always focused on results. If only more managers would take it! Tim Brooks, CEO BMJ Group
Jane Cook has 25 years of leadership experience using a coaching approach, including as a headteacher, assistant director in the Department of Education and managing director of a consultancy firm. She now works full time as a coach and coach trainer, helping clients to maximise their own potential and to learn how to unlock potential in other. Jane’s current clients include senior leaders in schools, universities and local authorities, creative and performing artists and young business leaders. Jane holds a post-graduate coaching Diploma from the Institute of Leadership and Management and is a senior member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). She is also an accredited Myers Briggs practitioner and Action Learning facilitator.
The coaching approach should be an essential component of any management course. It is straightforward, user friendly and engaging. It has made me (and will continue to make me) a more effective leader and manager by enhancing my awareness of what I need to do to get the best out of the people around me. This type of self awareness is so overlooked and yet so critical to the success of any relationship, personal or professional. This is a great course! Enjoy every minute. Alan Watt, Chief Executive, Academy of St Martins in the Fields
This coaching course is the best and most effective training I have undertaken in recent years. It has allowed me to reflect both personally and professionally and due to this I feel liberated. Jane and Jenny are hugely inspirational and they support you to enhance your strengths but also to develop and grow your mind. Bryony Surtees, Executive Head Teacher, Chesterton & Isle of Ely Primary School
The course is delivered in small numbers and intensive but in a very positive way. Both Jenny and Jane are wonderful coaches who are extremely adept and professional. Jason Wing, Executive Principal, Neal Wade Academy