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Coaching and Mentoring Workshop Overview

By November 22, 2016January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates

There are a few spaces left on the below course, which costs £95 per person.

Discount available for multiple booking.

I have attached a full outline of the course to help you decide if it would be right for you or your organisation.

Book in while you can by emailing [email protected] or telephone (01626) 326134.



Coaching and mentoring are two of the most valuable skills that we can apply to help people achieve their full potential

Whether we’re coaching team members or mentoring colleagues, our ability to give others the support and direction they need is the key to their success.

This interactive one-day workshop will provide you with all the key tools and techniques you need to empower others. You will learn key skills that you can take away and apply immediately in your situation to help others accomplish their goals.

Who’s this workshop for?

  • Anyone who needs and wants to develop their ability to coach and mentor others will benefit from this programme. It’s relevant at all levels, whether you’re a manager or a team leader; employer or volunteer.

What will be involved in the workshop? 

  • The workshop is designed to provide a dynamic environment that will include practical exercises, case studies, examples and tasks that will challenge and motivate delegates.
  • It aims to give delegates a clear insight and understanding into the dynamics that happen between people when they work together one-to-one.
  • By the end of the day you will be able to identify when coaching and mentoring is appropriate and to understand how to develop an effective process for delivering it.

 During it, you will learn:

  • The differences between coaching and mentoring
  • Why use coaching and mentoring interventions?
  • The principles of coaching and mentoring: Helping other to find their own solutions
  • Setting clear and meaningful development objectives
  • Key communication skills: Listening, responding; understanding and being understood
  • Motivating and guiding others
  • Giving effective feedback
  • Dealing with difficult issues: Managing conflict; ensuring progress
  • When and how to withdraw from the programme
  • Designing and developing the learning programme