This full-day workshop includes facilitated discussions, individual and group activities and experiential learning through coaching practice. In this highly-experiential session, participants will have the opportunity to practice coaching skills and experience being coached, actively tackling issues they are currently facing in the work place.
This course follows a two-step process: First, clarifying what coaching is and is not, introducing the Excelerator Coaching™ model. Second, going further into coaching techniques and tools, and consolidating learning through practicing coaching skills and being coached.
Date & Time: March 9, 2018 | 8:30am - 4:30pm Location: 1183 Melville Street, Downtown Vancouver Cost: $229.00
Following this workshop, participants will have an understanding of coaching and will be comfortable coaching others. Participants will be able to:
Understand what coaching is and how it can support performance within organizations
Be comfortable using the Excelerator Coaching™ model to work with others within their organizations
Understand and apply a range of coaching and influencing approaches
Improve their communication and influencing skills through developing active listening and effective questioning skills
Understand interference and limits on performance
Contract clearly and ethically, and be aware of coaching boundaries
Be comfortable giving and receiving feedback, and learning from others
Participants in the One Day Intro to Coaching workshop are introduced to the four principles of the Excelerator Coaching™ Model – Engage, Enlighten, Empower, Excel.
ENGAGE: Focuses on creating an environment of safety and confidentiality for meaningful conversations.
ENLIGHTEN: Focuses on identifying root causes and underlying issues rather than symptoms in order to target specific action.
EMPOWER: Focuses on generating self-awareness of internal and external barriers which typically interfere with effective planning and implementation of change.
EXCEL: Focuses on commitment to action, with realistic timeframes.