Full course description
DATES: February 10, 2021 & February 17, 2021 & February 24, 2021
TIME: 1:00PM-3:00PM for each of the three sessions
This three part series is designed to introduce participants to the fundamental skills of coaching. Together we expand a participant’s knowledge and ability to integrate a coach approach into their day-to-day interactions, communications and work with colleagues.
- Part 1: Agreements & Coach Definition
- Part 2: Three Key Coaching Skills
- Part 3: Case Study & Practice
At the end of this session, participants will:
- Understand what a coach approach means, the key principles and what is a coaching mindset
- Understand how coaching skills compliment and strengthen your wider communication skills
- Be able to distinguish between coaching and mentoring/counselling/consulting/advising Understand the structure of a coaching conversation
- Be able to engage in fundamental coaching skills
- Be able to identify where, when and how you can use coaching in your work at UBC
- Be able to discern coachable moments and identify when coaching is not the best form of communication
INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Goundrey, Jessica Carry
PREPARATION & PREREQUISITES: Elevate Your Conversations: Connect-Explore-Close Model (Self-directed module)
Vancouver Point Grey, VRPTGY,Online, OE, Coaching & Mentoring Skills, CGMGSS, Leadership & Management, LPMT, Personal Development, PLDT
This course is eligible for PD Funds reimbursement, follow the below steps to access PD funds.
- Check your PD Fund balance
- Enroll in and pay for the course
- Claim your PD funds
Learn more on how to claim your PD Funds here.
You have two payment options for enrolling in this course.
- Pay with your personal credit card (preferred if you are claiming PD Funds).
- Pay with a UBC departmental credit card.
For detailed instructions about payment options, please self-enroll in the Intro to WPL course.
If you have any question or would like to enroll a group, please write to email@example.com.
UBC Human Resources reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a course due to low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If this occurs registrants will be contacted at least three business days in advance of the date of the course, followed by written notification and a full refund. Please note, Human Resources is not responsible for expenses incurred beyond the enrollment fees (i.e. travel/ accommodation expenses).
INDIVIDUAL CANCELLATION OR WITHDRAWAL REQUEST
UBC Human Resources understands that schedules can change and despite a registrant’s best intentions they may not be able to attend a course. UBC Workplace Learning & Engagement’s refund and cancellation policy is outlined below.
Course withdrawal completed five business days before the course begins: A full refund will be provided. E.g. for a course beginning on a Wednesday, the withdrawal must be done by 4:30 pm the preceding Tuesday. To withdraw, please follow the steps below.
- Go to your WPL dashboard and login.
- Click on the settings symbol (gear) on the upper-right corner of the course you want to drop.
- Drop the course.
Cancelled due to illness: In cases of illness, where 5 days advance cancellation notice has not been provided, there is no refund available for the missed workshop however we will offer you a credit (activation code) equal to the 50% of the course cost. This code can be used for you to attend a different course offered by the Professional Development Program. The activation code will be valid for one year.
To cancel email firstname.lastname@example.org advising of illness. Must be received by 8am on the day of the registered course to qualify for this credit.
No show or late attendance: Fees for no shows or late course withdrawals for reasons other than illness won’t be refunded.