Essential Coaching Skills For School Leaders
I support school leaders to create a self-sustaining culture of professional development through tailored, ILM recognised 1 or 2 day coaching courses.
This two day course is designed to support leaders to become 'coach-like' to inspire, challenge and empower their teams.
This course will enable participants to:
Day 1 includes the Introduction to Coaching Skills course
Understand how to use coaching for effective observation feedback
Gain practical skills in coaching specific personality types
Practise using coaching in a variety of leadership situations e.g. with staff, parents & students
Have the opportunity to be listened to & coached through your own professional challenges & goals
Who is this course for?
Suitable for all sectors
Middle Leaders looking to inspire, challenge and empower their teams
Senior Leaders looking to enhance their leadership skills
Staff looking to use a coaching approach with their students, colleagues & parents
Institute of Leadership & Management
This course is a recognised ILM development programme
Participants can obtain an ILM recognised certificate on completion of the course (£85 fee)
All participants gain free ILM studying membership
In-house up to 10 people from £1750 plus £85 per person for ILM certification
Up to 20 people from £1950
MalCPD Event £549 per delegate including ILM certification
Second delegate from £499
Minimum 5 delegates
Dates to be confirmed
This programme is ideal to demonstrate to Ofsted/ISI/SIS that individual staff needs are targeted & this positively impacts school improvement & learner achievement
Terms & Conditions:
All prices are per course unless otherwise stated
Travel costs will be added for venues outside the Dorset area
Price assumes the training will be held at your school. If not, venue hire costs will be added
"The style I learnt in the coaching programme was to help guide colleagues to the right approach rather than to dictate the correct method. I found this process particularly useful in becoming more reflective as a practitioner, something in which I encourage all my colleagues to develop".
- James Bate, Deputy Head of Humanities