- Specifically designed for head teachers, teachers, and educational leaders
- Structured to be practical and to embed the skills for the long term
- Uses best practices, proven methods and novel learning techniques that are refined and shaped by feedback from hundreds of attendees from schools and educational institutions all over the world
Teachers and educationalists naturally possess very highly developed and innate communication skills. In our experience, teachers regularly discover an easy natural affinity with our coaching methodology and its applications with their students, colleagues and parents. They consistently report that their relationships with these groups are enhanced and strengthened, and the challenging situations they encounter every day working with young and developing minds are eased and supported using their new coaching skills.
Examples of coaching programmes:
ILM Endorsed, Level 5, Level 7 and Diploma courses in coaching skills
The style of our coach training is ‘learning by doing’. It is a very practical approach in which participants have the opportunity to observe and practise live coaching sessions about issues arising in their workplaces and to receive constructive and personalised feedback from our trainers and from one another.
Our courses are purposely divided into two or more modules over a period of weeks or months. Between the modules, participants are paired up and given structured assignments in order to practise their skills in a supportive learning environment.. This builds confidence and fluency, enabling participants to embed the new skills and use them naturally in the workplace once they have completed their accreditation
We are committed to ensuring that the impact of our interventions with your school or organisation is captured in a way that is meaningful to you. We work with participants to develop methods that meet their specific requirements and give them the information that they need throughout the programme.
All modules will be specially tailored with examples relevant to your school or organisation. Participants will observe live demonstrations and coach each other practically on real issues currently occurring in their workplace. We are skilled at integrating our programmes into your existing teaching and leadership models so that your investment in any prior learning and training is retained.
Culture at Work is an approved Centre for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).The ILM is the most comprehensive UK awarding body for general and specialist management qualifications and is the leadership arm of City & Guilds, which awards NVQ qualifications. Its awards are internationally recognised.
Generative Thinking Programmes for team building, change management, and leadership integration.
Our facilitators are experienced in providing proven structures for drawing out ideas for change management, team-building, school amalgamation and integration projects. We support you in developing your existing teams, creative, innovative ideas and embedding proven leadership skills. Generative Thinking Programmes can be conducted during a half day or over several weeks or months of combined meetings, skills training and leadership development coaching.
One to one coaching programmes to support and develop leaders and teachers
We have a highly skilled team of coaches all over the world who can work with your leaders and teachers. We provide one-off coaching sessions and series of coaching sessions, for individuals and teams.
English Schools Foundation Hong Kong: creating a coaching culture
Gordano School Portishead: creating a coaching culture
North Somerset Coaching Partnership: creating a coaching culture
Canterbury Schools: Facilitation Day for change management in amalgamating two schools into one
Video: Client Testimonial – KLASS
Participants in our ILM coach training course at Alice Smith School in Kuala Lumpur discuss their experiences of attending the course and putting coaching principles into action.
Contact us to discuss bringing coaching into your workplace.