The next course will take place on Tuesday 25 June 2024.


What do all successful atheletes have is common? A coach!  A coach’s role is to help others to develop.  They don’t need to know everything, they are not always experts who know the answers.  However, they know how to draw out the answers from their coachee, by questioning, listening and encouraging reflection.  

Coaching is one of the most effective ways to get the most from a team.  It is a form of on the job training that helps people to build skills in the right place at the right time.  Good coaching can help people blossom and develop, acquire the right skills and attitudes and become more creative and aware of the scope of their job and constitutes success.  Coaching will motivate a team as well as help them learn.  In addition, it demonstrates a manager's interest in their development showing them you want to pay attention to them as individuals.

A mentor however, may share with a mentee information about his or her own career path, as well as provide guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. A mentor may help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources.

This one-day course at The Boilerhouse in Grantham will explore the role of mentor and coach through a mixture of lecture-style sessions, small group exercises and case studies. 

This course is suitable for anyone that provides coaching or mentoring or may be about to take on one of these roles for the first time.  It will equip you to go away to fulfil your role with confidence and enthusiasm.

The fee for this one day course is £495+VAT at 20% where applicable.  IOM3 members and subscribers to our Business Partner Programme are entitled to a discount of 10% on the course fee. 


 

Register to attend the next course

IOM3, The Boilerhouse, Grantham
9:30am to 4:30pm, Tuesday, 25 June

 


 Your trainer - Sandra Morrell

 

I am an experienced Learning and Development professional with a passion for helping people and businesses succeed. With over 25 years experience within the financial services sector, I’ve covered a variety of Learning & Development and Business roles. 

Since leaving the Financial Services sector I have worked with organisations within a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, local government, pharmaceuticals, chemical and with universities in the UK and Global.  This has covered the design and delivery of specific training interventions including Leadership and Management, Executive Coaching, Performance and Talent Management, Change Management, Team Leading, Presentation & Facilitation skills, Project Management and Graduate Recruitment.

I have a passionate interest all aspects of learning and development techniques and have worked in L&D, delivering training solutions for large corporate organisations, small companies and everything in between.  My aim is to develop learning pathways to improve the performance of individuals and ultimately benefit the organisation. Taking an holistic approach, encompass all learning styles and needs, whilst encouraging innovative thinking and enabling access to learning.

I combine the best traditional techniques with the latest ideas in learning and development to ensure effective and sustainable results. My aim is to help leaders, managers, individuals and teams to become more effective, motivated and confident. This is done by designing and facilitating innovative, enjoyable and challenging learning events.