Management Course

ML. 9 Coaching & Mentoring Certification

ML. 9 Coaching & Mentoring Certification

Accredited by: LONDON INSTITUTE OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SIGNATURE PROGRAMME

Course Code:ML-9
Subject:Coaching & Mentoring
Course Fee:GBP 495
Duration:2 Days
Venue:University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Course Code:ML-9
Subject:Coaching & Mentoring
Course Fee:GBP 299
Duration:2 Days
Venue:University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Who should attend?

  • Directors
  • Deputy Directors
  • Heads of Department
  • Senior Managers
  • Faculty Members
  • Masters Students
  • Those who want a Promising Position as a Leader in a Reputable Organization

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Maximise the achievement of an organisation’s vision through coaching and mentoring
  • Bring out the best of the skills, talents, contributions and qualities of all involved
  • Use modern correct skills and techniques
  • Achieve long-term organisational benefits

Course Content

Characteristics and Benefits

  • Differences between coaching and mentoring
  • Coaching and mentoring to improve organisational and individual performance
  • Choosing the most appropriate coaches and mentors
  • Criteria to identify those appropriate to be coached or mentored

Preparation

  • Setting objectives within a strategic context
  • Identifying and agreeing individual coaching and mentoring needs
  • How to become an influential coach or mentor
  • Structuring effective coaching and mentoring sessions

Skills for Success

  • Set clear targets for timescale and resource allocation
  • Ensure understanding of oral communication skills required
  • Reading and interpreting body language
  • Support without judgement

Overcoming the challenges

  • Retaining objectivity throughout a personal relationship
  • Maintaining motivation and enthusiasm on both sides
  • Giving and receiving constructive feedback
  • Avoiding dependency

Measuring Results and Contribution

  • Managing expectations on both sides
  • Setting appropriate short, medium and long-term targets
  • Systematic, regular and structured monitoring
  • Measuring return of investment of time, money and people