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Core Skills for Coaching

Foundations of coaching

  • Ended
  • 4,000 US dollars
  • Zoom

Service Description

This 30 hour coaching training program teaches core essential skills needed to coach well in academic medical center (or equivalent) settings. Primary topics covered in this program include: -The evidence for coaching and its component parts -The application of coaching within academic medical centers -The coaching mindset: what it is and when to apply it -Foundational coaching skills: establishing trust, listening, asking questions, creating awareness, designing actions, planning and goal setting -Coaching through the lens of equity, diversity and inclusion -Mindfulness and it's application to coaching This unique, experiential and evidence-based program, custom tailored for people who want to use coaching in academic medical centers, includes both synchronous and asynchronous learning. Participants will develop their skills through practice, large and small group activities, reflection, reading, and working with a mentor coach. A significant amount of time will be spent in small, mentor coach facilitated groups, where participants practice various coaching skills. The mentor coach provides specific input and feedback to help each individual with their coaching acumen. Additionally, participants will have individual time with their mentor coach to focus specifically on their own coach development needs. By the end of this course, participants will: -Demonstrate core skills and methods for coaching. -Assess when to use coaching appropriately and effectively. -Be prepared to apply coaching skills within academic medical center settings. -Define coaching and its unique and expansive levels of impact. -Articulate the values in which coaching is grounded. -Have 2-3 specific actions they can take to improve their ability to coach.

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