Being a Manager and a Coach with Britta Klinck & Denis Sartain

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Date of event: 12 September 2017
Event ends: 12 September 2017
Start time: 10:30
End time: 17:30
Price: Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership.
Being a Manager and a Coach with Britta Klinck & Denis Sartain

Responding to the recognition of the importance and growth of coaching, this event looks to help managers and leaders bring coaching into their day job. It explores the context, relationships and approaches needed for making coaching more natural, effective and embedded.

As companies become more sophisticated in their understanding and use of coaching, we are increasingly seeing managers developing their coaching skills (often through programmes at Henley!), so that they can be part of an internal coaching culture within their organisation. This also plays to our strongly held belief that coaching skills are useful as part of any manager’s toolkit and don’t need to be kept for ‘special coaching occasions’.

We are also very experienced in helping organisations to set up their coaching cultures, and in helping them to not fall into the common traps, which can cause almost instant destruction of all the good work.

In this workshop we explore the contexts in which coaching can be effective as part of a manager’s day job, and also where it should not be used. We look at managing the boundaries between coaching conversations and management conversations, and how to decide what is appropriate and when. The workshop is practical and experiential, and uses a variety of coaching tools and techniques throughout the day to explore the manager-coach opportunities.

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For more information please contact Emily Sansom by email at thp@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0) 1491 418 855.

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Greenlands Campus

Henley Business School,
Greenlands,
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire
RG9 3AU