Kingstown College Master Classes

How to create a coaching culture

Aimed at: HR professionals

Details

Monday 25th September 2017

Ballsbridge Hotel, Pembroke Road,

Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland

Facilitator: Professor David Clutterbuck

Workshop outline

David’s seminal book on coaching culture (with David Megginson) has been extensively revised and updated for 2016. However, Making Coaching Work: Creating a Coaching Culture is just the starting point for an intensive analysis of how to create a coaching culture. David addresses the issue at both the conceptual level (what does it mean to have a coaching culture?) and in the detail of how to create a viable and impactful strategy. Among the issues he explores are:

• How to establish where you are on the journey towards a coaching culture

• The implications of success – is it really what you want?

• How a coaching culture aligns with business objectives and other cultural influences

• The core elements of a coaching and mentoring strategy, including:

• Developing internal and external resources of professional coaches

• Coaching within the work team • Integrating coaching and mentoring

• Effective coaching and mentoring management systems

• Measurement

• Barriers to creating a coaching culture and how to overcome them

Public and in-house workshops usually require two days, with one of the outcomes being a draft strategy for achieving a coaching culture.

Additional information

Fees: €295 per person

To book your place call Kingstown College on 1890 788 788

For more information please email [email protected]

The Parenting Factor
(and the implications for your Talent Pipeline)

An Employer Workshop

Details

Thursday 28th September 2017

Fitzpatrick’s Castle Hotel, Killiney, Co Dublin, Ireland

Duration: half-day

Facilitator: Nicki Seignot

Nicki Seignot is the lead consultant and founder of ‘The Parent Mentor’

Workshop outline

At the end of this workshop participants will have gained:

  • Insights into Nicki’s work with different businesses and organisations
  • A sustainable, cost effective framework for supporting returning talent using your existing working parents and employees
  • Practical ‘have a go’ activities showcasing different tools and approaches
  • In addition, participants will each receive a set of ‘Cards for Mentoring Conversations’

For more information, see

http://www.theparentmentor.co.uk

Additional information

Fees: €120 per person

To book your place call Kingstown College on 1890 788 788

For more information please email [email protected]

The Resilient Leader

Details

Saturday 11th November 2017

Fitzpatrick’s Castle Hotel, Killiney, Co Dublin, Ireland

Duration: half-day

Facilitator: Paula King

Workshop outline

As our leaders navigate increasingly complex challenges the capability of tapping into the warrior within and understanding how to harness resilience has become an imperative for the leaders of today. In any working environment where employees are experiencing vulnerability through the demands of navigating changing and uncertain organisational environments resilient leadership has proven to be a key factor in ensuring a positive and productive workforce. In this workshop Paula will introduce practical strategies, tactics and tools to effectively influence, inspire and support resilience thereby minimising stress.

At the end of our time together we will have:

• Learnt some useful tools and techniques to assist us to increase our resilience

• Been introduced to the Resilient Rose Coaching Model and understand how to utilise it

• Gained an enhanced understanding of our learnt patterns and approaches to stress

• Gained an understanding of how to deal with difficult conversations effectively

Additional information

Fees: €120 per person

To book your place call Kingstown College on 1890 788 788

For more information please email [email protected]