Coaching Skills Workshops
"Notion’s knowledge and level of professionalism is outstanding. They design and deliver products to an exceptionally high standard. The emphasis they place on ROI means they have provided solutions that are effective, business focused and measurable. They have been fantastic to work with."Ruth Stern, Learning & Development, Royal Mail
We are experts in helping organisations leverage coaching to drive engagement, performance and commercial results. Whatever stage you are at in implementing coaching into your organisation, we can help you develop a sustainable coaching culture.
We have a wealth of pragmatic programmes available from half days to 12 month programmes.
We even run strategic 'open' programmes specifically for HR Professionals, just in case you want to 'test' us out first!
The benefit of choosing Notion to deliver your coaching skills training is that our tutors are also some of the UK’s most experienced Executive Business Coaches - so all the theory is translated into real life coaching examples and case studies, adding a wealth of context and knowledge to aid an exciting learning experience.
All of our main coaching workshops include follow up sustainability programmes to ensure the learning is embedded and to drive the capture of commercial benefits... we typically achieve 5 to 100 times ROI... if you get in touch we'll tell you exactly how we do this and can share lots of case studies!
"What made me choose Notion was the phrase 'coaching in the moment' and one of my highlights of the programme was the pragmatic approach - you recognise that people don't always have time for formal coaching sessions. It was all very straight forward which meant that I saw members of the team putting things into practice straight away."Kate Naylor, HR Director, Hitachi Rail Europe
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Why Operational Coaching?
It's simply about giving your Managers and Leaders skills they can use everyday, in the moment, on the job....
This can't be achieved from the GROW model alone, which is after all, an Executive Coaching model. This is why we developed Notion's STARTM Coaching Model.
Coming soon! Watch this clip from a recent talk where we explain more about the importance of operational coaching skills for managers
Discover the 1st of the 5 Purple Rules that should be in place before embarking on a coaching skills training programme...
Click here to discover the 1st of the 5 Purple Rules that should be in place before embarking on a coaching skills training programme... ...
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Notion are also an approved centre for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and are accredited to deliver the ILM7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring
This is only a small selection of some of the other workshops and webinars we run. We are always happy to create bespoke courses to meet your specific needs, so please do contact us...
- Introduction to Coaching
- Operational STAR® Coaching
- Gravitas & Executive Presence
- Engaging Team Performance through Coaching
- Coaching the Team & Advanced Team Coaching
- Reflective Practice
- Getting the most from your Coaching Supervision
- Communication & Influencing Skills
- Resilience & Mindfulness
- Lawyer as Coach
- Time Leverage
- Dealing with Overwhelm and Stress
- Creating a Vision and Setting Goals
- Managing Change
..and others can be designed to meet your specific needs.
Something to think about
“A study featured in Public Personnel Management Journal reports that managers (31) that underwent a managerial training program showed an increased productivity of 22.4%. However, a second group was provided coaching following the training process and their productivity increased by 88%. Research does demonstrate that one-on-one executive coaching is of value.”
F. Turner, Ph.D.
“Xerox Corporation carried out several studies on coaching. They determined that in the absence of follow-up coaching to their training classes, 87% of the skills change brought about by the program was lost.”