Coaching Skills Training

Not only does Coaching Skills Training work, it is also sustainable as the coaching becomes in-house and embedded.

Coaching skills training is great for organisations and companies – however large or small – that are looking to embed a coaching culture. This set of skills is a way of training staff in a long-term, sustainable way.

What are the benefits of creating a coaching culture?

It is increasingly regarded as a vital tool in helping businesses move forward and grow. The Institute of Learning and Management carried out a survey of managers and decision makers at 250 organisations. The results revealed a number of important findings:

Almost all – 95% – of respondents saw direct benefits of coaching to their organisation and 96% saw benefits to the individual. Specific benefits included improvements in:

  • Communication skills
  • Leadership and management
  • Conflict resolution
  • Personal confidence
  • Attitudes and motivation
  • Management performance

Organisations wishing to maximise the benefits of coaching should focus on increasing its scope and availability to create a coaching culture that permeates throughout their workforce. This means that coaching must be supported at the very top of the organisation, but not limited to senior executives, and that organisations need to devote resources to developing their internal coaching capability.

Coaching skills training can develop all members staff

Coaching within organisations is most effective when rolled out across the workforce. This can effectively be achieved by training staff to be coaches who can pass the skills on.
If your organisation is looking to learn some powerful skills that will make a huge difference not just now but moving forward, then our coaching skills training is ideal for you.
How can you embed a coaching culture in a cost effective way?

So how does it work? Liz Scott develops a core group, passing on her skills and expertise. These ‘trainers’ will learn how to ask the key questions to find solutions and how to think creatively. With the help of hand-outs, manuals and workbooks, they then cascade the coaching to colleagues.

Be part of this innovation. Give Liz Scott Coaching and Training a call to discuss how we can devise a programme for your organisation.

Pinhoe School is an example of us helping to develop and cascade a coaching culture through the school.  Take a look at the Pinhoe School case study here.

Don’t just take our word for it when we say we are professionals you can trust - take a look at our case studies and testimonials to see how our coaching has transformed the performance of our clients.

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Head Teacher Brian Jones
The system that Liz and Stuart created, feeding back to staff, letting them solve their own problems but in a productive way, is one that I would wholeheartedly endorse and I think could be very effective in a lot of schools – because schools are changing and we’ve got to make sure we change with them.

Brian Jones, Head Teacher
Riverside Community Primary School

For me, it’s all about performance and the coaching has enabled me to improve my performance as senior officer through focusing on strategies for improvement and to focus on solutions

Sue Clarke - Head of Education and Learning Devon County Council
Leadership coaching – Sue Clarke

Jenny Blunden
“The clear link that the Government has made between the quality of leadership and the outcomes for pupils means that we need the highest skilled leaders in our schools – and coaching development for leaders has an important role to play in achieving this.”

Jenny Blunden - Director, Cornwall Teaching School
Cornwall Teaching School

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