Coach Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Coaching and Mentoring




Total 800 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Coaching and Mentoring Team Members


Holistic Self-Coaching Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Holistic Directions
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Winnipeg, Canada
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When you attend this workshop you will learn practical tools to get congruent, where what you are thinking and wanting matches the actions you take.

You will learn a unique meditation technique to connect your intuitive inner guide, your logical mind and your physical body together, to work in harmony. You will increase your ability to manifest what you want in life by increasing your self-awareness and developing a supportive partnership with your infinitely resourceful unconscious self. Discover creative solutions to breakthrough anything holding you back so you can generate new resources to support you in creating your new life.

Get connected with your physiology so you can feel more at ease, grounded and centered under pressure. Tap into your resilient self and create a solid plan for your future.

When you attend Holistic Self-Coaching�you will learn ways to quickly change your bodymind ‘state�to manage your internal feelings, dissolve limiting beliefs, create a partnership with the voices in your head, overcome fears and limitations, communicate more effectively and congruently, and set value driven intentions and outcomes for your ... [Read More]

NLP Cafe-The Art of Self Coaching

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Holistic Directions
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Maybe you really do enjoy speaking. Or in fact you love speaking �and yet you hate how you feel before you speak?

Whether you speak professionally, in your job or in the comfort of your home…you are a speaking for an intention to communicate a message. The more connected you are with your mind, heart and body in harmony the more authentic you are and the more people will listen.

Every time you open your mouth to speak, whether it’s to share a story, inspire others, debate an issue or give direction you want people to listen. You want to be heard and seen and you want to influence other people to your point of view in some way, isn’t that right?

So what’s the difference that makes the difference?

The answer is in connecting your mind, heart and body so you are fully alert, grounded and present. When you are fully present you will feel in a state of flow and harmony. The people in your audience will feel you are being authentic and not faking your performance or ‘acting as if�

I know you’re going to appreciate learning that Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) gives you the practical tools needed to improve your speakin... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

1. Introduction
Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring

2. Coaching
What Does a Coach Do?
Characteristics of Good Coaches
Preparing for and Structuring the Coaching Session
Coaching Dos and Don&,#146,ts

3. Mentoring
Keys to Formal Mentoring in the Workplace
Matching Mentors and Mentees
What Makes an Effective Mentor?
What Does a Mentee Need to Contribute?

4. Questioning and Listening Skills

5. Other Issues
Coaching and Mentoring Your Team Members
Hostile Students
Motivators

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

1. Introduction
Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring

2. Coaching
What Does a Coach Do?
Characteristics of Good Coaches
Preparing for and Structuring the Coaching Session
Coaching Dos and Don&,#146,ts

3. Mentoring
Keys to Formal Mentoring in the Workplace
Matching Mentors and Mentees
What Makes an Effective Mentor?
What Does a Mentee Need to Contribute?

4. Questioning and Listening Skills

5. Other Issues
Coaching and Mentoring Your Team Members
Hostile Students
Motivators

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

1. Introduction
Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring

2. Coaching
What Does a Coach Do?
Characteristics of Good Coaches
Preparing for and Structuring the Coaching Session
Coaching Dos and Don&,#146,ts

3. Mentoring
Keys to Formal Mentoring in the Workplace
Matching Mentors and Mentees
What Makes an Effective Mentor?
What Does a Mentee Need to Contribute?

4. Questioning and Listening Skills

5. Other Issues
Coaching and Mentoring Your Team Members
Hostile Students
Motivators

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge India
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Pune, India
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge India
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Pune, India
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Malaysia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Malaysia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Indonesia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Jakarta, Indonesia
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Indonesia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Jakarta, Indonesia
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge China
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Guangzhou, China
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge China
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Guangzhou, China
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

Coaching Skills

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Singapore
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
  V

Coaching has emerged as an essential skill in today&,#146,s business world. Applying a coaching mindset and skills will help you to become more effective and creative as a leader and contributor in your organization. And it will enable the people you coach to do the same.

In this highly participative one-day course, you will learn and practice a four-step coaching process. From starting coaching conversations, ensuring skillful dialogue and exploration of coaching topics, to overcoming resistance, you will learn the process, skills, and techniques to effectively coach to a desired outcome. You will actively engage with a real-work scenario throughout the course, practice each of the steps in the coaching process, and plan to apply your approach back on the job.

Course Objectives

## Understand your coaching capabilities through a coaching assessment

## What coaching is and is not

## Apply and practice the four-step Coaching Process (Initiate, Clarify, Explore, Act) in a real work situation

## Create an environment of mutual respect and trust

## Use questioning techniques to better identify the... [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring Team Members

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Singapore
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
  V

Coaching and mentoring can help your team members improve on-the-job performance and develop into your organization&,#146,s leaders of tomorrow. Coaching can also help bring underperformers&,#146, work up to standard. This short course will explain the difference between coaching and mentoring and outline the basics of both. You&,#146,ll learn about what makes a great coach, how to structure a coaching session, and the keys to formal mentoring in the workplace.

Course Objectives

Difference between coaching and mentoring

What makes a successful coach

Set goals for coaching

Structure a coaching session

Coach underperformers

Characteristics of great mentors

What mentees need to do to succeed

OET For Health Care Professionals Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Einstein College of Australia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Melbourne, Australia

The aim of OET Preparation Course at Einstein College of Australia is to prepare healthcare professionals with fundamental knowledge and skill set along with heaps of test-taking techniques which can literally enable a remarkable performance and guarantee a pass score.

Coaching for Success

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Edmonton, Canada
  V

Once good personnel have been recruited, their development and ongoing contribution to organizational success depends upon the quality of the coaching they receive. At a time when employee performance and retention is of utmost importance, the coaching factor should not be left to chance. Successful coaches draw on both professional development skills and performance management skills. They assist employees to better understand the expectations of the organization and how they can positively impact their own career development within the organization through continuous learning and performance management.

Coaching and Mentoring

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Edmonton, Canada
  V

The responsibility of leading a team provides a leader with the opportunity to coach and mentor individual team members, as well as the team as whole. Building upon a leader or manager&,#146,s performance management skills, topics may include: coaching conversations, coaching for high performance teams, and workplace mentoring and mentorship strategies and techniques.

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