Introduction to Leadership Coaching
TWO DAY WORKSHOP
27 & 28 February – Auckland (FULL – waitlist available)
11 & 12 March – Auckland (FULL – waitlist available)
27 & 28 March – Christchurch (FULL – waitlist available)
3 & 4 April – Hamilton (FULL – waitlist available)
9 & 10 April – Whangarei
9 & 10 April – Napier (FULL – waitlist available)
1 & 2 May – Wellington
22 & 23 May – Tauranga
30 & 31 May – Christchurch
18 & 19 September – Auckland
23 & 24 September – Queenstown
Learn about Growth Coaching International’s proven ‘relationships to results’ methodology for coaching individuals and teams. This very practical programme is designed to introduce participants to leadership coaching so that they can:
- exercise leadership with increased confidence and capability
- address performance management issues constructively
- enhance levels of motivation and commitment
- support the development of others more effectively
- provide difficult feedback while maintaining positive relationships
- facilitate higher standards and results
Who is it for?
For principals, heads of departments, team leaders and anyone in school or system leadership role.
How does it work?
This programme covers the three elements of the Growth Coaching System:
- GROWTH model
- Skills of coaching
- Coaching Way of Being
The two days help you both explore and experience the impact of coaching conversations. In addition, considerable time is devoted to giving feedback in the coaching.
The two day workshop extends and deepens coaching processes and skills.
The programme will also present the experiences of New Zealand schools in using coaching to transform teaching and learning practices.
Cost: $650 + GST
“Thanks for the fantastic course! I learned so much and now have some wonderful tools for developing my staff – and myself. I am so much better equipped to deal with tricky situations.”
Kath Martin, Principal, Hokitika, NZ
“Dynamic, skilled and knowledgeable facilitators who challenged us relentlessly throughout the workshop. Hands down the best PLD we have had in some time.”
Natasha Jacobs, Accredited PLD Facilitator, Waikato University, NZ
“We’re now empowered to become coaches that can help our colleagues navigate their journey”
Sarah-Jane Urunkar, ESOL Teacher, Mt Roskill Primary School, Auckland
“I have gained so many skills from this workshop that I will be able to apply straight away. I’m excited not only about being a coach, but also about being a coachee. You learn so much from the coachee when coaching. Very inspiring.”
Kim Timmins, Team Leader & Classroom Teacher, Pigeon Mountain School, Auckland