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Coaching Services

Individual personal growth or team coaching

Whether it is about leadership or management behaviours and skills, communication, self-confidence or the need for a fresh look at yourself in times of change, coaching will make a difference. At the core of coaching is an attractive philosophy; that we all hold within ourselves the potential for change. It is a self-empowering approach to emotional development, encouraging us to take responsibility for our actions and thoughts. By changing ourselves, we change the way others respond to us, and the way we approach the world.

SEE in association with SW Councils, provides access to the South West Coaching Pool to support organisations in building internal coaching capacity and enable people to access coaches from other partner organisations

Cost

SW Councils-Associate Member  Organisation, South East Employers-Member Organisation

£600 pa (£1,700 for 3 years) Pool membership - minimum 2 coaches up to 4 coaches, additional coaches £175 pa PLUS £1050 per coach for training and Pool registration (or £175 registration if qualified and experienced)

Non Member Organisations

£950 pa (£2700 for 3 years) Pool membership - minimum 2 coaches up to 4 coaches, additional coaches £200 pa PLUS £1,250 per coach for training and Pool registration (or £200 if qualified and experienced)

Professional coaches/coaching supervisors

Free to join but must annually give 5 hours free + 10 hours at £50 per hour for either supervision support to an inexperienced coach, CPD workshops or coaching

Stand alone Training - Level 5

Member £1,050

Associate Member £1,150

Non Member Organisation £1,400

About us

SEE is a Regional Employers' Organisation. We offer advice to local authorities across the south east, in addition to a range of training, development and consultancy opportunities tailored to your needs.

 

The role of a coach

To guide the coachee through business problems and individual challenges in order to:

  • clarify issues and development objectives
  • challenge limiting beliefs
  • evaluate options
  • decide on a compelling course of action.

Benefits of coaching

  • Focus on specific goals, in a confidential environment
  • Swift changes with a one-to-one approach to development
  • Time out, in your own workplace, to reflect and refresh
  • Help to encourage a coaching culture to improve performance

Coaching can complement other development programmes and work alongside performance management procedures, to ensure real impact for the coachee and the organisation.

 

To find out more about Coaching Services, please email

training@seemp.co.uk, or call 01962 840664.

          OR

View South West Councils  website or call 01823 270101

View our other personal development courses.