Team Coaching Skills Course Details - Teaching & Support Staff - Secondary, primary and FE Phase
Working as part of a great team can be life enhancing, offering a clear sense of direction, purpose and collaboration. This session looks at ways in which the growing development of team coaching offers opportunities to build and develop effective teams explores the processes necessary to build a group of individuals into a real team. We will investigate the key elements of group interaction and look at a framework around which a leader needs to build his/her team before focusing on the skills, strategies and tools essential for team coaching.
· Explore the primary elements of group interaction
· Consider how a range of tools shape team dynamics
· Develop the skills and strategies for effective team coaching
· Create a toolkit of team coaching techniques
Date & Times: Tuesday 19th March 2019 from 9 am - 12.30 pm
Cost: £85 per delegate
Venue: The Priory School, Longden Road, Shrewsbury SY3 9EE
Facilitators: Jane Martin – Professional Development Manager, Shrewsbury Colleges Group, please see biography below:
As Professional Development Manager, Jane’s experience of working within the Further Education sector includes teaching in the English Department at Shrewsbury College, developing provision as Programme Leader for Education, focusing on staff development and training as an Advanced Practitioner, and working in partnership with colleagues at Edge Hill University as the Course Leader for initial teacher education.
Investment by the College in promoting a coaching culture was reflected in Jane’s appointment as an Advanced Learning Coach, a role which provided opportunities to embark on research projects, lead conference workshops and contribute to published work. The successful introduction of curriculum-based Professional Learning Communities at Shrewsbury College and development of a team of Learning Coaches to support professional development has facilitated the implementation of Peer Review and Lesson Study processes, both of which draw on the principles of coaching and mentoring to inform professional dialogue