Peer Coaching

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Peer Coaching

Peer-to-peer coaching is a valuable leadership tool for both personal and team leadership development. It helps at various organizational levels become more accountable for their personal leadership development, while developing coaching and communication skills that make them more effective leaders of others in the organization. The participants work with a team of peers to: Support individual leadership development goals; Share lessons learned in leadership and management skill improvement; Brainstorm new approaches to workplace challenges; and Identify breakthrough solutions to leadership and management challenges.

The program begins with a training course that outlines a six-step coaching process model designed to help them develop themselves and others to drive superior performance. Throughout the training session, participants reflect on what they are learning about themselves as coaches so they may progress toward building effective coaching behaviors and skills, and are able to overcome challenges encountered during the coaching process.



Learning Objectives

Define coaching and describe the link between managing and coaching
Describe the differences between coaching and other communication modes
Identify effective coaching behaviors and situations in which it is inappropriate to coach an individual
Explain how social styles and patterns can impact a team effort
Identify your coaching style and adapt your coaching style to different individuals
Establish a solid presence with individuals who you coach
Ask probing questions to help an individual explore a situation, and reframe what individuals say to help them gain new perspectives about a situation
Describe a six-step coaching process model
Explain how to apply the coaching process model when working with geographically dispersed individuals
Apply coaching skills during peer coaching sessions
Develop a plan to apply learned knowledge and skills to the workplace




Course Topics

Introduction to Coaching and Peer Coaching

Defining Coaching and Peer Coaching
Learning Partner Peer Coaching Sessions
Learning Partner Peer Coaching Session I
Distinctions: Coaching and Other Support Disciplines
Using Peer Coaching
Social Styles

Self-Assessment: Social Styles
Social Styles Model
Peer Coaching Session: Social Styles
Core Coaching Competency-Listening

Why Do You Need Good Listening Skills?
Levels of Listening
Active Listening Techniques
Empathetic Listening
Core Coaching Competency-Questioning

Questioning
Types of Questions
Demonstration: Disempowering and Judging Questions Versus Empowering and Learning Questions
Coaching Process Model for Peers

The Coaching Process Model for Peer Coaching
Peer Coaching Session: Set SMART Goals
Peer Coaching Session: Discover and Learn
Demonstration: Reframe Your Thinking
Peer Coaching Session: Reframe Your Thinking
Peer Coaching Session: Commit to Action
Peer Coaching Process in Action

Full Class Peer Coaching Session
Learning Partner Peer Coaching Session II
Planning for the Peer Coaching Virtual Sessions

Virtual Sessions
Structure of the Peer Coaching Virtual Sessions
Virtual Sessions Schedule
Group Confidentiality Agreements
Ground Rules
Group Task and Maintenance Roles
Developing an Action Plan

Exercise: Formalize Personal Action Plan

Course organiser
Anatolia Eğitim ve Danışmanlık
Location
Vilnuis, Lithuania


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Upcoming sessions

15.02.2021 > 19.02.2021 (ID: 119429)

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