Coaching Skills for Instructional Coaching
This workshop is a result of Instructional Coaching Group's partnership with Growth Coaching International, the leading provider of coaching professional development in Australia and New Zealand for more than two decades. Based on Advanced Coaching Practice (2019) and An Introduction to Coaching Skills (2017) by Christian van Nieuwerburgh, this session focuses on the beliefs, habits, and practices of effective, advanced coaches.
Coaching is a particular form of conversation that requires specific skills. The 9 Key Coaching Skills essential to an advanced coach's success address the nuances and complexities of coaching conversations. Through an exploration of these skills, participants will become outstanding listeners, powerful questioners, and helpful facilitators of thinking. Participants will: Learn, practice, and internalize the 9 Key Coaching Skills 1. Developing trust 2. Being present 3. Listening actively 4. Clarifying 5. Empathizing 6. Being succinct 7. Asking the best questions 8. Giving feedback 9. Noticing Develop habits and behaviors to improve the effectiveness of coaching conversations
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