Coaching Pathway
Online Training for Employees

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  • Coaching Pathway
  • The role of a coach in the workplace
  • Getting to Know GROW
  • Executive coaching training plan
  • Learner centred behaviour

The coaching pathway contains a series of interactive and engaging online courses for employees.

This course covers

  • how to develop a high performance workforce
  • the key concepts of performance management
  • the role performance management plays in motivation, engagement and high performance
  • the cycle to individual and organisational goals to improve customer service and satisfaction ratings
  • how to communicate effectively with your teams
  • defining acceptable standards of performance for a job and align performance objective accordingly
  • preparing for and conducting a performance review
  • strategies to improve poor performance
  • the popular GROW coaching module

How it works

Progressively develop all the skills learners need to become effective workplace coaches.

Each course – which looks at the role of a coach in the workplace – takes between 20 and 35 minutes to complete and is made up of byte sized interactive modules which can be left and returned to as often as desired, allowing learners to study for as short or long a time as suits them.

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 reference materials and planning tools helps learners put the skills into practice. Our unique set of course features allow each learner to tailor the course to suit their preferences including controlling the speed of delivery and the colours and contrast to create a relaxing learning environment.

Providing executive coaching training with the Coaching Pathway is a great way to encourage a culture where managers and experienced staff members motivate and inspire those less skilled or newer in their roles.

If you want, you can edit the courses to include your organisations examples or suggestions on when or who to coach.

Languages available

English

The benefits of choosing Engage in Learning

  • engaging and interactive online training
  • personalise courses with our easy-to-use in-course editor
  • variable playback speed
  • choice of 100 languages
  • downloadable eBooks designed to boost knowledge retention and support implementation at work
  • learn using desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet
  • accredited, five-star-rated courses
  • LMS or cloud-based training

Course features

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Learner centred behaviour

Being a great coach

Being a great coach takes motivation, interest and skill.

In this course you will learn the difference between coach centred and learner centred behaviour and how to use each of them and you’ll carry out an assessment of your own skills so you can identify your development needs.

Executive coaching training plan

The art of bringing out the best in people

There is an art to bringing out the best in people. It isn’t just a case of handing out instructions. This course introduces you to the concept of coaching and how it differs from mentoring or counselling

This course introduces you to the benefits of coaching along with some of the common barriers.

Getting to Know GROW

A sound coaching relationship

The GROW model is a framework you can use to plan and conduct a coaching relationship.

In this course you’ll see how to establish a sound coaching relationship and plan your coaching process and coaching meetings using a coaching model called GROW — Goal, Reality, Options and What.

The role of a coach in the workplace

Coaching is an ongoing process

Effective coaching is an ongoing process, not a one off activity. This fourth course in the Coaching Pathway helps the learner achieve their full potential. Consequently, one of your roles as coach is to maintain momentum.