Coaching for Results

Date & Time:
Mon 05 March 2018
3:00pm - 5:00pm

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With No Guru and Professional Liverpool

Much has been written about the growth of coaching and mentoring to help people achieve business, professional and personal results.

Yet many organisations have yet to take advantage of coaching as a tool to drive results in the organisation and may still be wondering:

What is coaching (or mentoring)?

What difference can it make?

Who is the coach and how do we develop coaching skills?

How do I become a coach or mentor?

This interactive session delivered by John Drysdale of No Guru, our Liverpool based ILM Qualifications Centre, will help to address these questions and more.

A short networking session (with a twist) will be followed by hints and tips plus new-found skills to encourage you to coach others and to bring clarity to questions you have about the value of coaching people in your organisation.

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Explain what coaching is and how it is different to other development tools
  • Identify the key skills needed to be an effective coach
  • Practice some incisive coaching questions in a safe and fun environment

You will also be able to ask John and the Team about their highly sought after ILM Coaching & Mentoring qualifications that accelerate people’s skills (and careers) as well as finding out more about routes to a career in coaching.

This is the best thing I have done professionally. I joined the programme mainly for my own development and it delivered that.  More than that, the ILM Level 7 programme now helps me add even more value in my role as Director of a successful HR Consultancy.  I would recommend the No Guru ILM programme to anyone who wants to develop their own coaching & mentoring offering”

Helen Klepper C4P Management Solutions

This event is free for Professional Liverpool members, however, there will be a charge of £20.00 + VAT for non-members.

To book on to this event please click here. For any more information, please contact Emma Rittenberg.