Coaching And Mentoring


Whatever your training need is, Oak Innovation’s course on coaching and mentoring is flexible to meet your demands.

Designed to be delivered in all situations, it provides all the content you need to keep any audience informed, skills gaps met, and keep the most demanding audience satisfied.

This product saves you time when it comes to delivering a coaching and mentoring course. And, whatever your delivery style is, you can easily deliver this course to others.

Your perfect solution to virtually any delivery opportunity: full-day corporate courses, one-to-one coaching sessions, team training workshops, ongoing professional development sessions, and so much more.

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  • Audience: Suitable For All Employees.
  • Duration: Full Day.
  • Experience: No Experience Required.

Coaching And Mentoring

The demand for coaching and mentoring skills is increasing at a massive rate. As a result, many companies are recognizing how much they require these skills especially in times of rapid change.

But how exactly does someone become a coach or a mentor? What skills are required? And, are they difficult roles to perform?

This coaching and mentoring training can be delivered to improve skills in this highly sought-after area.

And, for trainers and business managers, you’ll receive the instructor guides, learner manuals, expert guides, and practical forms needed to deliver this training course as your own.

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Course Description

Experienced coaches and inspiring mentors leave an impression on the world and can really bring the best out of others. And, as competition within industries continues to grow, companies across all industries need more employees who can coach and mentor other staff, develop their skills, and continually generate improvements. But finding coaches and mentors requires much more than a desire to introduce such programs.

This one-day coaching and mentoring training will immerse learners in all aspects of coaching and mentoring.

From the training material, learners will discover key coaching and mentoring skills. Designed to be accessible for all categories of employees, learners will be able to identify opportunities for coaching and mentoring programs.

Learners will also learn to introduce coaching and mentoring programs and they will understand the benefits involved.

Through hands-on exercises, and free coaching and mentoring forms, participants will discover practical tools, will explore how people use these forms, and they will ignite techniques that make a strong impact on an organization.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand coaching and mentoring programs.
  • Identify opportunities for coaching & mentoring.
  • Introduce coaching and mentoring programs.
  • Understand the benefits involved.

Course Overview

The content of this course can be broken down into 5 key areas.

1. Coaching
As you may know, it can seem incredibly challenging to introduce a coaching program – especially if there is no history of programs within a company. And, this typically leads to inaction, procrastination, and sadly, can be very costly for an organization.

But, sometimes perception and reality may be deceptive.

This section of the training is a complete blueprint on how to successfully introduce a coaching program within a company. In fact, this section will:

  1. Focus on practical ways to employ coaching and mentoring skills.
  2. Explore what coaching is.
  3. Discuss the benefits of developing programs from internal resources.
  4. Examine the primary characteristics of coaches.

2. Different types of coaching
Whether an audience is new to coaching or are simply looking to improve existing coaching skills, this section stresses that the type of coaching required (e.g., executive, performance, skills, and personal or life coaching) is dependent upon:

  • The context in which the coaching will take place.
  • The form of influence (Directive and Non-Directive) that the coach is adopting.

In this section, learners will build knowledge, understanding, and will:

  • Explore the trade-off between the work completed by the coach and the coachee.
  • Examine the push or pull styles of coaching on offer.
  • Share six ways to start coaching and the GROW Model for coaching.

3. Mentoring programs
While some staff can show some basic mentoring skills, many companies still face challenges when introducing mentoring programs This course is created to ignite learning, to help participants improve their skills, strengthen mentoring relationships, and increase awareness of mentoring approaches suitable for the workplace.

This section will:

  • Explore the world of mentoring.
  • Discuss the use of mentoring within all organizations.
  • Compare the two primary forms of mentoring: Informal and Formal Mentoring.

Included also are a range of free coaching and mentoring forms that will also help participants improve essential mentoring skills to thrive in any business environment.

  1. A guide to setting objectives.
  2. Client agreement form.
  3. Mentoring agreement form.
  4. Client profile form 1 & 2.
  5. Client evaluation form 1 & 2.
  6. Call record sheet.
  7. Coaching versus mentoring.
  8. Creating my plan form.
  9. Formal versus informal mentoring.
  10. How we react to change.
  11. Session record sheet.
  12. “What is important” form.
  13. “When I achieve” form.
  14. Mentoring review sheet.

4. Two types of mentors
Strategic mentoring is essential for all organizations. This course teaches participants the essentials of mentoring and explores the two main types of mentors within organizations. To illustrate:

  • The Role Model.
  • Facilitative Mentor.

This course includes practical and best practices on how mentoring programs evolve and focuses on:

  • Mentor characteristics.
  • How to plan a mentoring program.
  • Obstacles, documentation, and the different types of mentoring models that exist.

5. Five simple mentoring models
Learners will discover how to approach different types of mentoring situations, expand their knowledge base, and be more prepared for mentoring programs. In particular, this training will explore five core and practical mentoring models:

  1. One-on-one.
  2. Resource-based.
  3. Training based.
  4. Mentoring circles.
  5. Combinations of the above.

Who Needs Effective Coaching And Mentoring Skills?

  • Senior management that wants to strengthen their relationships with staff.
  • Managers, supervisors, and team leaders need coaching and mentoring skills to lead, manage and motivate their teams.
  • Administrative, support staff, and line staff that needs coaching and mentoring skills to maximize their engagement and participation within the organization.
  • HR professionals need coaching and mentoring skills to meet the needs of the departments that they support.
  • Project managers need coaching and mentoring skills to create more engagement and collaboration with their teams.
  • Organizational development professionals need coaching and mentoring skills to secure relationships and participation from all functions within the organization.
  • Consultants and independent contractors who are being asked to play a role in organizational initiatives.

What You Get

  • A 20 Page Instructor Guide
  • A 60 Page Participant Manual
  • 70 Customizable PowerPoint Slides
  • Training Games And Training Icebreakers
  • A Course Advertorial
  • Eight Pre-written Expert Training Guides
  • Customizable Exercises And Tests
  • Further Reading Lists

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Coaching And Mentoring