How to create great coaching relationships – 30 January 2020, 9:30-4:30
Click HERE to book your place.
When coaches are asked ‘what is the key ingredient that enables your clients to achieve their goals and aspirations?’ they usually answer, ‘it’s all about the relationship.’ This is no great surprise as there is virtually unanimous agreement across the research, between the professional coaching bodies and throughout the practitioner literature as to the significance of the relationship in enabling successful outcomes for clients.
‘How can I enhance my ability to establish, maintain and develop the coaching relationship?’ is therefore a question that has relevance for new and experienced coaches alike. It is also relevant for coach supervisors, mentors, and trainers as this ability is a core element of any coach’s training and development.
It is tempting to think that enhancing our ability to foster the relationship is all about developing our interpersonal skills. But this is only part of the story. It needs to be explored through a more holistic lens.
This is a workshop with a difference. Based on the very latest research, it will share current knowledge and will use facilitated discussion groups and coaching to give participants the opportunity to explore their skills, knowledge, beliefs and assumptions about the way they foster coaching relationships with clients.
We will be using the ‘Relationship Style Framework’, a research-based model* to help you gain greater insight into understanding:
- what is important to you in the coaching relationship and how you articulate this with the client
- the ‘goodness of fit’ between your style and what your coaching clients may be looking for
- what works well and where you would like to have more flexibility
- how to develop your own relationship-building skills to create great coaching relationships
* Crosse, E, ‘A Q Methodology Study: How Do Coaches Foster the Coaching Relationship?’ International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring S13 (2019), 76-93.
This highly participative one-day workshop is appropriate for both internal and external coaches – those new to coaching, experienced coaches, coach mentors and coach supervisors.
The workshop will be delivered by Elizabeth Crosse, who developed the Relationship Styles Framework. She is one of the 1% of coaches globally to attain the International Coach Federation (ICF) Master Certified Coach credential. With over 30 years of expertise in coaching and training her practice focuses on executive coaching and the development of coaches. She holds three Masters’ degrees, including one in Coaching and Mentoring. She is an accredited supervisor and an ICF registered coach mentor and has successfully mentored hundreds of practitioners for their ACC, PCC and MCC credentials.
See the feedback from participants in some of Elizabeth’s previous workshops:
- ‘Elizabeth is authentic, she cares about the people she meets. Her smile is infectious and makes one enjoy being taught by her.’
- ‘Inspiring, kind, friendly and knowledgeable – superb ’
- ‘Professional, makes you think!’
- ‘Elizabeth is an excellent facilitator, very engaging which made the course fun, therefore enjoyable and memorable. I’m confident that the skills I have learnt I will be able to take forward and enhance my skills in this area.’
- ‘Knowledgeable and excellent presentation style. Keeping the group engaged throughout with examples of personal experiences.’
- ‘Incredibly engaging, knowledgeable, friendly allowed everyone to have their say – I would love to work with her again in the future. Could have sat and listened to her forever!’’
- ‘Her passion and enthusiasm shone thorough the session. This really encouraged me to stretch myself.’
- ‘Elizabeth’s style of facilitation suits me down to the ground – knowledgeable, practical, timely, perceptive of the audience’s focus levels and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you.’
- ‘Exceptionally knowledgeable – made the course by managing pace, content, feedback, support and experience. Would love to work with Elizabeth further through ICF, etc.’
- ‘Expert, brilliant facilitator, makes “steep” more approachable.’
- ‘This was a life-changing course.’
- ‘Elizabeth was brilliant over the two days and really made us think and work hard to learn and understand the content. The best part was being able to practise the skills with each other.’
- £395 + VAT (or £295 + VAT per additional place)
- 30 January 2020
- British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London – a ten minute walk from Oxford Circus or Great Portland Street tube stations
- 9:30 – 4.30
- Buffet lunch and refreshments provided
- Dress code: smart casual
- Certificates of attendance provided for CPD purposes: 6 CPD hours
Click HERE to book your place on ‘How to create great coaching relationships’.
Booking more than one place? Give us a call so that we can invoice you at the discounted rate.
Self-funded? Give us a call before you book.
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For a no-obligation discussion about running this workshop for your organisation on an in-house basis please give us a call on 01582 714280.