Once the domain of top athletes and sporting teams, coaching is one of the most practical ways to enable employees to give their best and to create organisations to which people want to belong. Ask the best leaders in any organisation how they learned to be successful, and you often hear the same answer, they had a good mentor.
The National College of Ireland (NCI ) is offering a new course in Galway. The CIPD accredited award in coaching and consulting starts on Tuesday evening January 31 in the Western Management Centre. NCI has been running courses in partnership with the Western Management Centre for more than 20 years. National College of Ireland, the largest provider of CIPD accredited courses in the country, is current running the hugely popular CIPD certificate and diploma in HRM every Saturday in the Western Management Centre.
Smart organisations use a coaching culture as a key enabler of organisational performance. A coaching approach to people management can drive a business to new levels of productivity and deliver significant return on investment.
Coaching and mentoring, when implemented and executed correctly, helps employees to perform better, which results in the organisation performing better. The flexibility and relatively low cost of these techniques make them particularly appropriate development tools for dealing with all the challenges and changes in the current world of business.
Whether you are seeking to introduce a coaching culture to your organisation, department, or team, or striving to unlock the latent potential of individuals through mentoring, this programme will equip you with the right tools to succeed.