Develop your own coaching style to build a winning legal team.
Find out more about this in-depth, hands-on programme for legal leaders below.
Success in the legal field demands teamwork. This course is designed to help participants as they develop their own unique coaching style, blending insights from psychology, executive coaching, and other fields.
The programme will cover:
- Definition and the role of coaching in business and organisational contexts
- Differences between coaching and mentoring
- Principles of coaching, coaching tools and methods
- Coaching for employee engagement, performance and motivation
- The psychology of change and how this applies to you and your employees in business
- Manager as coach and flexing leadership styles
- Using coaching skills to develop your team
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Law Society Finuas Skillnet marked the commitment of graduates from our coaching, leadership and professional education programmes in a recent ceremony. Congratulations to them all. You can enjoy some highlights from the evening in the short slideshow below.
Meet the team
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See what participants of our inaugural Coaching Skills for Solicitors and Practice Managers programme had to say about their experience of the programme.
“Participating in the Coaching skills for managers programme has been very beneficial to me in several ways: not only did it enable me to develop a network of like-minded legal professionals but it also helped me to refresh my coaching skills (used in a previous professional corporate career) and strengthen the deep sense of coaching culture within my firm. The techniques reviewed during the coaching programme and the coaching practice exercises have been essential to making this programme a success. I would recommend it to anyone who is managing teams and/or has a keen interest in acquiring and/or developing their coaching skills.”
Sandrine Greene, Director of Operations, Tracey Solicitors, Dublin
‘The Coaching Skills for Managers course has allowed me to better understand myself and others. It has given me the tools to develop new ways to respond to challenging situations and helped me to build more productive working relationships with my colleagues.’
Michael Moore, Director, Legal Services, KPMG Ireland