Learning and Skills Council Skills for Life Quality Initiative 2005-06. Coaching and Mentoring Day 1. University of Wolverhampton. Aims of the course. To enable participants to enhance their coaching skills To enable participants to set up coaching or mentoring programmes
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Learning and Skills Council Skills for Life Quality Initiative 2005-06
University of Wolverhampton
For participants to:
1. consider the role of mentor and coach in their organisation
2. recognise the value of coaching and mentoring in their work with colleagues
3. define and differentiate between coaching and mentoring
For participants to:
Known to others
Unknown to others
Known to self
Unknown to self
Enthusiastic –you tend to rush in, operate on a trial and error basis, adapt well to new situations and ‘wear your heart on your sleeve’.
Imaginative –you have a clear picture of the situation, are usually unhurried, friendly, avoid conflict and are a good listener.
Practical– you enjoy solving problems, tend to use facts, test out new situations and assess the results.
Logical– you are precise, thorough, organised and like to follow a plan. You also learn from your own experience.
Activity (in pairs)
(This activity is from Malderez and Bodóczky, 1999)
The following are factors of coaching models suggested by the National College for School Leadership.
Factors to consider :
Are there others you would wish to add?
or some you would consider are not important?
This is the end of your first day. Reflect on what has been discussed today:
How would you feed back about the day to the course tutor? How could you do so using neutral rather than evaluative statements?
What else might you consider when feeding back about the day?