Please note numbers are strictly limited on this programme – early booking is advised.
Our approach is a combination of theory and experiential learning, providing participants with the tools and frameworks required to understand when coaching is appropriate; to hold effective coaching conversations and to use a coaching approach for talent development and management.
On the programme, as well as learning the theory and coaching models, you the participants will identify your own development agenda and will experience being coached on this agenda. This will allow you to develop a clear view of your own development agenda as well as think about the potential development areas for your teams.
Practice and reflection are key elements in the adult learning process. Our approach is to engage our delegates in coach practice - both on the programme and directly after.
What you will learn on this programme
- Definition and the role of coaching in business and organisational context
- Differences between coaching and mentoring
- Principles of 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
Workshops: Coaching for performance for managers
Workshop 1: Friday 1 & Saturday 2 March 2019 - 9:30am to 5.00pm
Workshop 2: Friday 22 March 2019 - 9:30am to 5.00pm
Workshop 3: Friday 24 May 2019 - 9:30am to 5.00pm
Performance Coaching & Assessment
Delegates will complete 6 hours performance coaching and a 1000-word essay reflecting on their coach practice and use of coaching skills, tools and methods. This is to be submitted within four weeks of programme completion.
Support will be available throughout the programme and a recommended reading list will be provided.
Antoinette Moriarty – Programme Director
Antoinette trained as a psychotherapist in Dublin and at Metanoia Institute, London. She has over 20 years’ experience designing and leading professional and executive development for lawyers and other executive leaders. Antoinette is interested in exploring the inter-play between our professional roles and our personal identity. In addition to her private Psychotherapy and Executive Coaching practice (www.professionaltherapy.ie), Antoinette leads the Law School Counselling Service and designs the psychological elements of solicitors’ training.
Isolde Norris – Lead Trainer
Isolde is an executive coach, coach tutor and coach supervisor. She holds a Masters in Business and Executive Coaching and a Masters in Business Administration. She is an accredited professional coach with the Association for Coaching. With over 25 years’ experience working in both large and small organisations, Isolde’s career has always involved a strong focus on building effective and high-performing teams in high pace and high change environments. Isolde now coaches’ leaders and teams from a diverse range of industry sectors. Her website is www.koiconsulting.ie and her LinkedIn page is https://www.linkedin.com/in/isoldenorris/.
Pamela Fay – Lead Trainer
Pamela is an executive coach, coach tutor and coach supervisor. She holds a Masters in Executive Coaching and a Masters in International Marketing. Accredited by both Ashridge Business School in the UK and the EMCC, Pamela has been coaching for over ten years. Prior to that Pamela worked for Bord Bia and Diageo and had a performance management consulting business. Her practice website is www.pamelafay.ie and her LinkedIn page is https://www.linkedin.com/in/pamelafay/.
*Law Society Finuas Skillnet members
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