Training Spotlight: The Fundamentals of Coaching

The Fundamentals of Coaching is a half-day training being held Aug. 30 and Nov. 13 in Room 560 of the King County Administration Building.

This half-day training introduces the fundamental skills of coaching. Have you ever wondered if coaching could be applied on your job? Do you know that you can have an effective, seven-minute coaching session with an individual or co-worker? Are you aware of the mindfulness practices included in coaching? Come join us for The Fundamentals of Coaching course, where you will become familiar with the basic elements of coaching such as the mindsets and skills a coach uses to help others move forward. Participants will engage the materials through instructor-led classroom discussions and interactive social learning.

Objectives:

  • Become familiar with the discipline of coaching
  • Learn how mindfulness practices improve the coaching experience
  • Describe the mindsets and skills a coach uses to help others move forward
  • Acquire skills to facilitate results within 15 minutes of the conversation
  • Practice coaching others and being coached

We covered Building Change Management and Effectiveness last week, and there is still space available! It is a one-day training being offered July 27 and Sept. 7 in room 560 of the King County Administration Building. Craig Fleck will join King County’s own Debra Baker in delivering the session.

Investing in YOU growthLearn more and register for The Fundamentals of Coaching, Building Change Management and Effectiveness, or both on Eventbrite before the session fills up, and visit Learning and Development on KingCounty.gov to learn more about trainings and other opportunities to invest in YOU!

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