Workshop: Coaching for Performance (experienced Managers)

Our workshop asks experienced managers to reflect on their role as a Coach and assess themselves against the key skills and behaviours required for a successful coaching session.

Target audience: Managers-to-be/those new to management

Audience size: 5

Duration: Two days

Client: Automotive


Workshop: Stepping into Management – Coaching for Performance

This workshop is part of our ‘Stepping into Management’ series and discusses the role of the manager as a coach and the skills needed to be successful in this role.

Target audience: Managers-to-be/those new to management

Audience size: 6

Duration: One and a half days

Client: Automotive

Workshop: Essential Learning Theory (Part 1)

Target Audience: Product Specialists

Audience size: 7

Duration: Two days

Client: Construction Equipment

Location: Eskilstuna, Sweden

This is part-one of a two-part series of modules designed to take product experts and presenters and ‘move them’ towards becoming a professional trainer.

Part-two will be held in December 2011, also in Eskilstuna, Sweden

Coaching: 1 to 1 – Leadership and Motivation

I worked with an experienced NHS Nurse today discussing leadership and motivation skills.

We covered:


¨ Defining ‘Management’ and ‘Leadership’

¨ Behavioural Traits of Leaders and Managers

¨ Why We Need Managers and Leaders

¨ Major Influences on our Management and Leadership Style

¨ A Short History of Measuring Management Style

¨ Measuring your Style as a Leader

¨ The Benefits of your Individual Style(s)

¨ The ‘Dark Side’ of your Style(s)


¨ What Motivates You?

¨ Three Effective Models for Motivation

¨ Recent Research into Management and Staff’s perception of Motivation

¨ Motivation Audit

¨ Motivation Tips

Workshop: Management and Leadership

Target audience: Experienced managers looking to further refresh and enhance their management and leadership skills

Audience size: 9

Duration: Two days

Client: Automotive

Location: Daventry, Northamptonshire, England

The Workshop discusses the differences in behaviour between managers and leaders. The Workshop is designed to allow frequent self-assessment culminating in a personal action plan.