Courses on Offer: Leading in Education
15 January 2018 (09:00 - 16:30)
16 January 2018 (09:00 - 16:30)
What is Coaching?
Coaching is one of the most powerful tools for unlocking natural abilities. It offers tools and resources to increase pupils', colleagues' and parents' personal awareness, confidence, fulfilment and self-sufficiency. This approach leads to greater independence and long-term resilience. Not only does it support the performance, leadership and independent learning of pupils, coaching enhances teachers' performance in the classroom by providing tools and frameworks for self-reflection and feedback. Additionally, coaching as a communication tool develops stronger relationships between staff, developing a more supportive and collaborative culture
As a participant you will learn to use coaching as an empowering communication and development technique. This promotes self-awareness, personal responsibility and action in yourself, your colleagues, your students and others.
The course features hands-on training emphasising participation and practical experience. You will have had opportunities to coach, be coached and receive coaching feedback. By the end of the course, we hope you have gained an understanding of how to use basic professional coaching skills in a variety of contexts.
|Date:||22 February 2018|
|Time:||13:30 - 18:00|
“Emotional intelligence is the sine qua non of leadership.” Goleman (2011:1).
The kind of topics which can be covered on this course include:
- Neuroscience of Emotional Intelligence and leadership
- Enabling teams to flourish
- Managing conflict
- Maximising engagement
- Virtues, values, emotions and performance
- Communication for flourishing teams
- Mindful negotiation for positive relationships
- Compassion and performance
The exact content of each course can vary depending on what the delegates would like to get out of the day.
This is a core module for all leaders participating in the Certificate or Diploma for the Wellington Leaders in Education Programme. This can also be taken as a stand-alone module.
Further information about the Wellington College Leading for Impact Programme can be found here.