Coaching and mentoring managers is essential for the development of a high performing, collaborative business. Establishing a core of effective managers who can develop staff and communicate strategy effectively so staff know what is expected of them and feel supported, is pivotal to successful competitive businesses.
Understanding the Skills, Principles and Practice of Effective Coaching and Mentoring within an Organisational Context
Undertaking Effective Coaching or Mentoring within an Organisational Context
Reviewing Own Ability as a Coach or Mentor within an Organisational Context
ILM Credits: 16
The workshops and supervision tutorials are highly participative, using facilitated discussion, brief presentations, coaching practices and feedback. The workshops promote reflection and improvement, and encourage delegates to find opportunities to apply the learning in the workplace. Delegates are supported with action learning based coaching sessions and will complete:
- A minimum of 18 hours of coaching with a minimum of two, and maximum of three, coachees throughout the programme
- A 5,500 word Assignment
- A Portfolio of the documentation from your 18 hours of coaching sessions
- A Reflective Journal covering your development as a coach throughout the programme
Your written submissions are assessed by ILM.
Workshop and tutorial attendance, as well as written submissions are mandatory.
This programme is for managers with significant responsibility for coaching and mentoring as part of their day-to-day role, learners planning to move into a development role and those wishing to start a career as a freelance coach or mentor.