Coaching Methodology

Our coaching is all about building a mentoring relationship

How?

It is about managing the process!

Mentor and learner need to agree how they are going to work together.  Our mentor will take responsibility to ensure the process has been discussed and agreed. This will include setting out a protocol and agreeing a process for review.

Our mentors have good organisational skills so that they can take responsibility for organising the practicalities and making sure that all the essentials are covered.

Our coaching and mentoring contents will cover:

  • Learning Approaches
  • Learning Styles
  • Lifelong Learning

Helping others to understand the skills required for a coach:

  • Teaching Skills
  • Motivation Skills
  • Organisation Skills
  • What is Coaching?
  • Coaching Skills
  • Coaching at Home
  • What is Mentoring?
  • Mentoring Skills
  • Learning from Mentoring
  • What is Counselling?

Positive Thinking Skills

  • The Importance of ‘Mindset’
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creative Thinking
  • Reflective Practice

We are mindful that there are a number of areas which are common to both mentor and learner, such as using reflective practice. Other skills may be more important for mentors; for example coaching skills and an understanding of some theoretical models that may help the learner.

It is also helpful to understand that any mentoring relationship will change over time and that different skills are important at different stages of the relationship.

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