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COACHING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

  1. Module 1 – Coaching - What is it? What is it not?

 

Description

Module 1 presents coaching as a people development intervention comparing it with, and

distinguishing it from, common work-place development interventions. The other interventions

include: Mentoring; Training including on-job-training and delegating; counselling, and consulting.

 

Module Objective

By the end of the module participants should be able to:

  • Define and describe coaching and, explain how it differs from other similar interventions.
  • Identify situations that require coaching
  • Suggest alternative interventions for development situations for which coaching might not be the best intervention.

 

  1. Module 2 – Why Coaching?

 

Description

Module 2 justifies coaching in a work environment. It explains benefits of coaching to the

organization, the coachee, and the coach. In this Module participants are also challenged to build a

case for learning the skill.

 

Module Objective

By the end of the module participants should be able to:

 Explain the benefits of coaching to key stakeholders in the coaching relationship

 Illustrate the application of coaching in a typical work environment

 Present a compelling personal case for learning coaching and articulate their personal goal.

 

  1. Module 3 – The How Question

 

Description

In this Module the 5-Step (TREES) Coaching Process is presented, explained, and demonstrated.

Module Objective

 

By the end of the module participants should be able to:

 Describe the TREES Model

 Recognize the transition points along the 5-stage model

 Carry out a basic coaching conversation following the model as a guide

 Play each of the roles in the peer-coaching triad: Coach / coachee / observer

 

  1. Module 4 – Key skills and competences in Coaching

 

Description

In Module 4, participants are exposed to critical skills used to make coaching more effective: Asking

questions, listening, paraphrasing, summarizing and giving and receiving feedback.

 

Module Objective

By the end of the module participants should be able to:

 Demonstrate the application of the 4 critical skills and competences

 Analyze own performance after a coaching session and identify areas of strengths and

opportunities for growth.

 Give effective feedback to peer coaches

 

  1. Module 5 – Professional Coaching

 

Description

 

Module 5 focusses on building participants ability to coach using the professional standards (ICF

coaching competences and ICF code of conduct).

 

Module Objective

By the end of the module participants should be able to:

 Describe the key components of the ICF Code of conduct

 Explain the coaching competences and how they support coaching outcomes

 Justify the need for a coaching code of conduct in a professional coaching relationship

 Assess their own, and others’, coaching skills against the standard competences

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Contact details:

Coach Africa

P.O Box 12747 Kampala Uganda
Plot 5 Kent Lane, Kamwokya.

For any questions, please contact:

Eileen Walusimbi Oloya

[email protected]