Coaching conversations

More organisations are moving to encouraging managers to have regular and informal coaching conversations. The research shows this has a positive impact on performance. This workshop guides managers on how to skilfully develop coaching conversations.

Max 12 participants
100 mins


On your business

  • Improved relations – good coaching conversations between managers and their team members help to establish better trust and support.  
  • Increased productivity and efficiency – managers can use coaching strategies to help team members improve their performance.  
  • Overall growth – through coaching conversations, managers empower their team members to feel confident in taking on more responsibility and achieve ambitious outcomes.

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Seek out and recognise the everyday opportunities that might initiate a coaching moment. 
  • Structure coaching conversations using a science-based model. 
  • Know how to tailor their listening approach with team members and ask great coaching questions. 
  • Practise their coaching skills, gaining experience of being the coach and the learner. 
  • Create a plan of action to improve how they coach their team members to develop. 

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Want to know more?

Incorporating coaching strategies into conversations between managers and team members can be a game changer. Grow the coaching capability of your managers, supervisors and team leaders, and great things will begin to happen in their teams. Individuals start to excel, build confidence and take on more responsibility. Plus, having conversations along the way will prevent under performance

emerging and small problems becoming big ones. Not only does a manager-as-coach supply useful and useable feedback, but they provide structure, support and motivation as well as producing aspiration and development. However, this all comes with being able to unlock the skills needed to cultivate these conversations. This workshop will provide participants with tools and techniques they can use to have a productive coaching conversation. 

Who will benefit?

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New managers

eager to develop the skills they need to support their teams. 

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Experienced managers

looking to strengthen or refresh their skills so they can continue to shine. 

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Senior leaders

fine tuning their leadership style and keen to empower their team.  

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