The Career Coaching course defines how a coach can play a pivotal role in assisting with important life and career issues; along with HR strategies, in collaborative, proactive and very marketable ways.
Run as it features here, or run in-house where the content can be tailored to suit your organisational needs; cost effective if a number of people require training.
Ms Lynne Spencer
Lynne is an experienced work psychologist who has also been a senior HR executive and line manager. Before qualifying, Lynne worked at the BBC for 11 years in a wide variety of HR roles and headed up the centralised recruitment and selection department of 40 people. For the last 12 years, Lynne has worked as an independent occupational psychologist, coach, trainer and consultant. She specialises in organisational development, coaching (she is on the editorial board of the magazine ‘Coaching at Work’), psychometrics, performance appraisal, selection, career and personal development and team building. As well as being a qualified counsellor and Myers Briggs Type Indicator presenter, she is the author of ‘Life and Career, a workbook for managers’ (1996). She is currently writing a book on Recruitment and Selection.
Who is it for
The Career Coaching training course is recommended for L&D practitioners, line managers, consultants and coaches who wish to be involved in career development at an individual or organisational level.
By the end of this programme you will be able to:
- define the career coaching process
- apply the career coaching model in a series of staged interventions
- receive individual feedback and tuition within real-life practice sessions
- discuss key techniques for dealing with a range of client concerns
- use your knowledge as a basis for organisational career development strategies.
aims and objectives, learning contracts
introduction to career coaching, the model and coaching principles
key skills in the career coaching process (1):
- active listening
tools for career coaching
- personality questionnaires
- interest inventories
common issues in career coaching
- managing careers in organisations
- redundancy and jobsearch skills
- referral and ethics
- time management
- self-development exercises.
Overnight (optional) my life and career exercise, interest inventory
review of previous day's learning
results of exercises
key skills in career coaching (2)
frameworks for helping the client and coach
- transition theory
- lifespan development
- skills analysis and values
- decision making
review of learning
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