Priority Coaching

Leadership & Communication All States 1 day duration

Be a workplace coach and release the potential in your colleagues. Training gets your people to a certain level, but it’s your on the job coaching that will keep them developing and improving.


On completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Coach individuals and teams with more confidence
  • Set expectations for continuous improvement
  • Spread responsibility for performance to the individual’s greater sense of achievement
  • Improve the coaching experience each time
Unit 1 – Definition of coaching
  • Distinguishing between training, coaching and mentoring
  • Introducing the coaching model – a five stage, 13 step process to ensure a clear plan and agreed objectives form the basis of your coaching
Unit 2 – Stage 1: Competence review
  • Jointly agreeing on learner’s current skills and on the job application
  • Starting your formal Coaching Plan
  • Theories on skill development and learning styles
Unit 3 – Stage 2: Opportunity creation
  • Exploring how hands-on opportunities are created
  • Coaching responsibilities
  • The benefits of pre-briefing and practice
  • Theory application: expectations and motivation
Unit 4 – Stage 3: Action event
  • Assessing the action event
  • Performance improvement
Unit 5 – Stage 4: Consolidating learning
  • Coaching styles
  • Building on the learner’s self-assessment
Unit 6 – Stage 5: Habituate process
  • Steps to evaluating progress, planning next steps
  • Bringing it all together
Unit 7 – Coaching implementation
  • Coaching from a management viewpoint
  • Initiating or improving on a coaching process

Any manager, strategic coach, supervisor, or team leader responsible for one-on-one coaching of staff.

  • 1-day workshop
  • Comprehensive Learning Guide
  • Coaching Plan
  • Learning and Review Logs