Providing effective support to colleagues in their development continues to be a highly valued and important skill. This virtual workshop provided by coaching and coach development organisation AKESO and The Madison Group, offers a half day workshop where you will be invited to reflect upon and develop your skills as mentor and coach, with a particular emphasis on developing your capability to offer pastoral support.
Who is it for?
This session is available to a range of multi-professional staff including GPs, PMs, Nurses and Senior practice staff (eg reception leads or team leads) – those with the responsibility for other team members.
The workshop will be based upon using a “solutions-focused” methodology, developed originally from systemic family therapy, proven to be a very effective approach in coaching and mentoring conversations.
The programme will be highly participative and there will be several opportunities to practise and further develop skills.
- Creating and developing the effective coaching and mentoring conversations:
- How do they differ from other styles of conversation?
- What is the difference between “coaching” and “mentoring”?
- Understanding the skills of effective contracting – starting well
- Reflection on five key skills: questions, listening, reflecting and summarising, silence and offering advice.
- Creating an effective rhythm in the conversation.
- Better use of language – a solutions-focused approach.
- Some coaching tools to structure your conversation with – “scaling” and the HOPES model
- Structuring a mentoring conversation – the difference?
- A number of opportunities to practise and try some new things
- Spotting danger signs of deeper issues
- Identifying what to take back and use in your own practice and what next
How to book
To book your place please contact: Jackie.email@example.com
Please quote ‘Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Training Hub’ when booking.