This OXFORD Coaching Skills for Police Supervisors training course will help the participants develop their coaching, mentoring, performance review, and interaction skills with colleagues, line managers, stakeholders, and service users to improve personal and organisational performance. Helping others achieve their potential is a key leadership skill; this course will assist in recognising and supporting the development of themselves and their staff.
It will allow the participants to consider their learning, coaching, and mentoring styles and how best to adapt these to any given coaching / developmental situation, e.g., a challenging staff appraisal. This highly interactive course explores underpinning theories and best practices allowing the participants to put knowledge and skills into practice in a safe learning environment before identifying time, place, and opportunities to transfer learning back into their workplace.
Key areas of coaching and mentoring, such as communication, body language, cultural considerations, contracting, and skills required, will be explored and set within the culture and context of 21st Century Policing.
This training course will highlight:
- Coaching and Mentoring – Similarities and Differences
- Understanding Self and Others - using a Myers Briggs Type Instrument (MBTI) to explore delegates preferences including Communication and Leadership
- Coaching Models and Processes
- Coaching in Action
- Learning into Action – Planning for Success