Leadership Coaching and Mentoring
Dan’s experience in this field expands over 20 years. He works closely with organisations to coach the workforce enabling true potential to be unleashed. Face-to-face leadership coaching enables a person to raise their game through a sequence of careful reflective questioning techniques. It enables individuals to discover their inner strengths.
Leadership mentoring is more a personal development relationship in which Dan helps support and guide the mentee, face to face, in his or her career/professional development. Dan assists in enhancing performance and developing safe leadership qualities, to move from where a person or business currently is, to where they, or the organisation, needs to be.
Taking up to an hour out of your working day on a fortnightly or monthly basis to receive coaching or mentoring with Dan can make a huge difference. Your strategic goals will be supported and you’ll be challenged to expand your beliefs. You will also;
- Be provided with one to one support, experience and motivation
- Have the ability to bounce off ideas and initiatives
- Become more focussed and productive
- Be able to understand yourself better and improve your relationships with others
- Increase your confidence in training delivery and leadership skills and amongst colleagues.
Contact Dan today to arrange an initial consultation.
Dan can also offer a training course to teach you the skills to coach others, enabling a coaching culture to be cascaded within your own organisation.
COACHSafe©– One or two day programme
This programme will examine how coaching plays a vital role in changing and sustaining the safety culture in an organisation, offering a clear approach into how to engage staff at a deeper level. The programme includes a follow up three months post-programme to ensure the COACHSafe© principles are being applied.
COACHSafe© workshops can include co-coaching with fellow participants, as well as skills practice during a typical two day programme.
- The nature and purpose of coaching
- Informal coaching on the job
- The power of inquiry and listening
- Coaching interventions around safety and health issues
- Patterns in organisations and departments
- Psychological theories and models
- Coaching as a model for building trust and respect
- Assessing the value of coaching relationships
- Organisational ethics and considerations