Hi-Impact Coaching for teachers and school leaders

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This highly interactive training day is aimed at teachers and school leaders who are either new to coaching or who have some experience. The day focuses on the critical skills of highly effective coaches and how you can apply these in a range of contexts such as leadership, management, teaching and one-to-one support and mentoring of children and colleagues.  Nick Austin and Richard Churches use a unique training approach in which they also ensure that participants leave with an awareness of how to train and cascade the skills themselves.
 
 

Speakers include:

Nick Austin

Nick Austin works nationally and internationally as a trainer, coach and consultant.  His clients include top UK and international companies as well as working extensively in schools in the UK and abroad.  Nick was a primary head teacher.  As well as being Professional Development Consultant for National Programmes for CfBT Education Trust, he runs his own training and consulting business Alect Ltd.
 

Richard Churches

Richard Churches is Principal Consultant for National Programmes at CfBT Education Trust, the world leading education consultancy.  He delivers training in the UK and internationally and works within the education and business sector.  Richard was an Advanced Skills Teacher as well as a senior manager in two challenging Inner London schools.  Richard is co-author with Roger Terry of NLP for Teachers:  How to be a highly effective teacher.

Content of the day

  • The core skills of Hi-Impact Coaching used by top executive coaches in business, industry and education
  • The attitudes, principles and skills of highly effective coaching
  • Applying the skills in a wide range of contexts
  • Top tips in relation to how to train this yourself


What you will learn during the day

  • How to coach within a framework of core principles
  • How to use questions to challenge and motivate
  • How to build rapport quickly and effectively
  • How to apply the GAP model of coaching effectiveness
  • How to develop others as coaches in your school

Venues

London            25th May 2010

Agenda

8.45 am      Registration and refreshments
9.00 am      The principles and practices of Hi-Impact Coaching
10.30 am    Break
11.00 am    Rapport, influence and questioning
12.30 pm    Lunch
1.30 pm      The GAP Model – connecting personal goals, school improvement, and values
                 with personal development needs
2.00 pm      Putting your learning into practice 
3.45 pm      Close
 

Reserve your place for £325.00 per delegate
If you are a subscriber of School Leadership Today or Professional Development Today reserve your place for £275.00 per delegate

 

 

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