• Coaching: the approach training

  • Group Training

    This training gives you insight into the coaching process and gives you the opportunity to discover how you as a coach can give direction and direction.

    Training code
    COABAS
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    Dutch
    Dayparts
    6
    Price
    €1.745,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    Book Coaching: the approach now

    This course will mostly take place in a group setting. We use several learning methods to help you obtain the knowledge, give you helpful insights and get you inspired. Check the Spoken Language on the left for language info.

    • 9-3-2022
      Utrecht
      €1.745,00
      €1.745,00
    • 12-9-2022
      Utrecht
      €1.745,00
      €1.745,00
    • 6-12-2022
      Utrecht
      €1.745,00
      €1.745,00
    • 13-3-2023
      Utrecht
      €1.745,00
      €1.745,00
    Coaching: the approach
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    What is Coaching: the approach

    Organizational development and employee development go hand in hand. That is why organizations pay attention to the professional and personal growth of employees. In this training you will learn coaching skills, so that you can contribute to this personal growth. With your support, the employee learns to solve issues he encounters independently.
    You are used to working in a solution-oriented way. That is fine in many situations. The downside is that the other person continues to need you. A coach helps the other person to face his problem clearly, to recognize patterns in his thinking and to find solutions himself. In this way, his problem-solving ability and self-knowledge increase and he takes a big step in growth as a professional.
    As a coach you are curious about what moves and motivates people. You listen without judgment, observe and ask questions. That sounds simple, but it is not! Our tendency to offer solutions, make assumptions and have an opinion gets in our way.
    After the training:

    • You know the basic attitude of a coach
    • Can you structure a coaching conversation
    • Do you understand the effect of different types of questions and interventions
    • You have insight into your own strengths and weaknesses with regard to coaching
    • You are able to conduct effective coaching conversations
    • Are you able to give the other person insight into his thinking patterns and qualities
    • You are able to use techniques to guide the coaching process
     
     

    Who should attend Coaching: the approach

    The training is intended for managers and professionals who see coaching as part of their job. For example, you have the role of manager, project leader, scrum master or HR employee. Or as a senior employee you are the point of contact for (junior) colleagues. In many roles it is very useful to be able to coach.

    Prerequisites

    We expect you to have at least three years of work experience.

    Objectives

    You can conduct a professional coaching conversation by structuring and making the right interventions. You are aware of your attitude, choice of words and position in relation to the other. As a result, you contribute to the independence and problem-solving ability of the other person. You experience how you achieve more by doing less. You will also experience how much fun coaching is!

     
    Incompany

    This training gives you insight into the coaching process and gives you the opportunity to discover how you as a coach can give direction and direction.

    Training code
    COABAS
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    Dutch
    Dayparts
    6
    Price
    €1.745,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    With an Incompany training you have several advantages:

    - You choose the location
    - You experience the training with your colleagues, so it is always in line with your practice
    - The trainer can tailor explanations, examples and assignments to your organization
    - In consultation exercises can be adapted to organization-specific questions

    Request more information or a quote.

    Coaching: the approach
    10
    9.1
    0
    22 reviews
     

    What is Coaching: the approach

    Organizational development and employee development go hand in hand. That is why organizations pay attention to the professional and personal growth of employees. In this training you will learn coaching skills, so that you can contribute to this personal growth. With your support, the employee learns to solve issues he encounters independently.
    You are used to working in a solution-oriented way. That is fine in many situations. The downside is that the other person continues to need you. A coach helps the other person to face his problem clearly, to recognize patterns in his thinking and to find solutions himself. In this way, his problem-solving ability and self-knowledge increase and he takes a big step in growth as a professional.
    As a coach you are curious about what moves and motivates people. You listen without judgment, observe and ask questions. That sounds simple, but it is not! Our tendency to offer solutions, make assumptions and have an opinion gets in our way.
    After the training:

    • You know the basic attitude of a coach
    • Can you structure a coaching conversation
    • Do you understand the effect of different types of questions and interventions
    • You have insight into your own strengths and weaknesses with regard to coaching
    • You are able to conduct effective coaching conversations
    • Are you able to give the other person insight into his thinking patterns and qualities
    • You are able to use techniques to guide the coaching process
     
     

    Who should attend Coaching: the approach

    The training is intended for managers and professionals who see coaching as part of their job. For example, you have the role of manager, project leader, scrum master or HR employee. Or as a senior employee you are the point of contact for (junior) colleagues. In many roles it is very useful to be able to coach.

    Prerequisites

    We expect you to have at least three years of work experience.

    Objectives

    You can conduct a professional coaching conversation by structuring and making the right interventions. You are aware of your attitude, choice of words and position in relation to the other. As a result, you contribute to the independence and problem-solving ability of the other person. You experience how you achieve more by doing less. You will also experience how much fun coaching is!

     
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