This personal coaching programme is ideal for managers who lead staff or who need to maximise effective working relationships.
If you are passionate about unlocking your teams full potential in a way that leaves the team more competent and more fulfilled so they are able to maximise their own performance, and feel that you are developing them, then this is the right programme for you.
The programme has been designed to help you:
Throughout this one-day in-house coaching session you will practise your new coaching techniques with your colleagues to attain instant feedback, enabling you to progress quickly, so you can return to work feeling ready and able to put what you have learnt into immediate effect.
Training objectivesThe aim of this programme is to help you:
This interactive one-day in-house workshop is based upon a series of short theory and good practice facilitator-led sessions followed up by personal practice. Group discussions are also used to identify personal experiences of good and bad coaching experiences. Expert trainer feedback enables participants to develop workable personal action plans for improved confidence and performance.
Andy Wadham is the Managing Director of DNA Leadership and is a John Adair Accredited Trainer and acts as DNA Leadership’s lead facilitator, coach and leadership trainer. Andy works closely with top management as a consultant and executive coach on team building and leadership issues.
Andy has over 20 years’ experience in the field of leadership and team development; both in a military and business environment. During his time serving in the Royal Navy, Andy learned the art of leadership and leadership development. Since leaving the Service as a leadership training officer, Andy has gone from strength to strength and has worked very successfully in various leadership consultancy positions and advisory roles, working with both individuals and organisations across many business sectors.
At the 2012 Adair Trainers Conference, Andy was presented with an Action Centred Leadership Award by John Adair in recognition for the leadership development work he is delivering in business. Well-known for his work in designing and delivering leadership workshops and seminars across many business sectors, he regularly contributes as a key-note speaker at networking events and conferences and has an ACL case study published in John Adair’s book, Effective Leadership Development. The case study also featured as lead article in a national business magazine, Business Communication.