This short-format online-course will introduce you to some helpful coaching techniques. These techniques can be applied in many contexts including online and face-to-face training, as a leadership strategy and in the management of intercultural project teams.
The three unit course includes SMART goals setting, questioning techniques, and feedback techniques and is meant as an introduction to coaching-tools. The recommended workload will be about 3 hours per unit.
Teacher: Anne Fox
Anne Fox er NooAs partner i Danmark. Hun har arbeidet med e-læring siden hun kom til Danmark fra England i 1993 og med Moodle siden 2002.
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Tuition Fees: NOK 900
Duration: You can start whenever you want, and you will have access to the course 180 days from the day you enroll.
Required learning resources: All resources are online and included in the course.
Target group: Coaching techniques are being increasingly applied to a wider and wider range of contexts. This course is aimed at those who need basic knowledge about coaching as a strategy for learning in schools, professional training in organizations, as a general leadership strategy and as a way of increasing the performance of intercultural project teams.
Certification: The submissions and the course will be graded with Completed/More work required. When all required coursework is completed. You will receive a course certificate.
The Coaching Techniques course comprises three units which are described in the following:
Unit 1: Coaching yourself and setting SMART goals: We will have a look at the technique of SMART goal setting which is a way of coaching yourself to reach better results.
Unit 2: Coaching others using effective questioning techniques: We will have a look at the questioning technique which coaches often apply in order to help their coachees reach better results.
Unit 3: Giving feedback: We will have a critical look at the most common Feedback Techniques used in order to help coachees reach better results. Are these techniques really universal?