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Coaching Pathway

This series of courses progressively develops all the skills learners need to become effective workplace coaches. Based on thought provoking and challenging video scenarios across a range of work environments and centred around the popular GROW coaching module, these courses engage learners and build skills and confidence in the topic. A powerful array of takeaway…

Performance Management Pathway

Explore the role of performance management in developing a motivated, high performance workforce with online training and know what you can and can’t expect to achieve. 11 highly interactive and engaging online training courses for employees. Over 4.5 hours of eLearning including: Video case studies and multiple choice questions ensure the learner sees the impact…

Influencing Pathway

Building and developing the vital art of Influence. In today’s knowledge economy, influencing has become an essential communication skill. Roles are changing: Managers need to influence more and command less, online training for employees provides the means of teaching learners the essential skills; team members are specialists with knowledge that needs to be heard; and…

Leadership Pathway

What makes a great leader? Being promoted to a leadership role is probably the most exciting time in anyone’s business career. It requires new skills and knowledge, insight and commitment to make the transition successfully. However finding relevant training courses which are designed to guide the new leader through all of the stages required to…

What is Coaching in the Workplace?

When we think of coaching it’s easy to imagine an American football team led by a man with the whistle and a clipboard. Whilst coaching in the workplace is slightly different from this (no one will expect you to wear a shell-suit) the thinking is not dissimilar. Coaching aims to get the best performance out…

What are the Responsibilities of a Workplace Coach?

Workplace coaching aims to get the best performance out of an individual or team. A great coach, in any environment, will work towards getting the best out of their team or individual. They know when to ‘tell’ and when and how to help people work out their own solutions using a careful mix of communication…

How do you Identify Coaching Needs in the Workplace?

The purpose of coaching within the workplace is to improve working performance and therefore being able to identify coaching needs is essential. Like a stereotypical sports coach, a workplace coach takes the existing skills of a team or individual and builds on them, enhances them and gets the very best from them. They will also…