Coaching and Mentoring for your Management Team
Training on
Coaching and Mentoring for your Management Team
                   Date: 17-18 March 2016                                    Venue: Intercontinental Hotel /TonlebasacII
 Time: 8:00am-17:00pm                                    Language: Khmer/English     

This interactive two day program will transform people at all levels into effective work coaches and mentors, enabling them to apply coaching and mentoring techniques immediately in everyday work situations. It will also provide a measurable standard to any internal coaching currently offered.
    • Demonstrate the difference between a Coach and Mentor
    • Understand when it is appropriate to coach or mentor an individual or a combination of the two
    • Define preferred learning styles and understand how people learn
    • Understand how to build real confidence in others
    • Use coaching and mentoring models
    • Apply practical coaching and mentoring skills in everyday work situations to increase performance and make communication easier
    • How to develop the performance of individuals
    • Demonstrate their new learning’s by way of a theory test on coaching and mentoring in the workplace
    • Complete an Action Step Personal Development Plan of key skills they need to work on as a developing coach/ mentor.
      Course Contents
      Module One – Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring

      • Exploding the myths surrounding coaching
      • Benefits of coaching and mentoring
      • The role of a coach and mentor
      • How to avoid everyday interference that takes your time away from coaching
      • How motivation works
      • The difference between mentoring, coaching, directing, supporting and delegating. Learning when it is necessary to apply them
      • Why coaching is an action orientated partnership purely focused on measurable results
      • Coaching and mentoring outcomes
      Module Two – Managing a coaching session

      • The Business Learning Foundation Toolkit
      • The most important skills of a Business Coach
      • The key characteristics of a good coach
      • How to ask powerful coaching questions
      • Opportunity to role-play using the STAR/ GROW model
      Module Three – Mentoring in Action

      • Mentoring suggestions
      • The first meeting, between first and second meetings, the second meeting
      • The Experiential learning cycle
      • Model discussions
      • Frequent questions asked by Mentors
      • Duration of mentoring
      • End of relationships
      Module Four – Putting learning into practice

      • Building a bank of great coaching questions.
      • Demonstration of what has been taught
      • Individual feedback from a professional coach
      • Creating SMART action plans
      • Getting started as a work coach/ mentor
      • Group review and feedback on new learning’s.
      • Action steps for new coaches

      Dr. Trevor Suter, Learning & Leadership Specialist – Founding Director Doctorate in Business Administration – Leadership Development Master’s Degree in Business Administration – Systems Thinking and Complexity Post  Grad  Cert  Management,  Post  Grad  Dip  Management,  Bachelor  of  Arts    Degree  (Hons) International Business Higher National Diploma (HND) – Business and Finance Cert Health and Safety,  Parts  1&2   Accredited   Associate  of  Institute for  Independent   Business  International (AInstIB). With more than 30 years’ experience working with people and teams, in Learning and Leadership Development and as an International Leadership & Business Performance Consultant, Trevor has worked with the worlds ‘best of the best’. This includes: elite ‘Special Armed Forces’ from different countries; Government Agencies and other high profile individuals and organisations from around the world including: Norwich Union Insurance, Canada Life, Sun Life of Canada, Blackstar (London), London Metropolitan Police Force, London Transport, US Navy Seals, British Special Forces and HM Royal Marines Commandos and Royal Navy, The European Commission, Ford Motor Cars, Sony Electronics, and numerous individuals and organisations in Cambodia including Cellcard, HR Inc, Canadia Bank, DAMCO, RHB Indochina Bank, ANZ Royal Bank, Lom Orng, Handicap International, Prudential, Coca Cola, Adidas, C&A, Comin Khmer, Vision Fund, BAT, Ezecom, Forte Insurance, Dumex, Wing, Royal Limousine, Vattanac Bank, CIMB Bank, CTN, Transparency International, Amret Microfinance, Kredit MF, DFDL, SCA Cambodia Airports, Cambrew, Crown, Smart Axiata, Pachem Dental Clinic, Room-to-read, Total, Dell Computers, Ganzberg Beer Cogetel (Online) Nexus, RMA, iOne. Trevor has also worked with some highly respected people in Leadership Development; Sir John Whitmore, CEO of Performance Consultants International, Gerard O’Donovan, of Noble Manhattan Coach Training organisation, and Dr Paul Thomas of DNA Definitive – leadership development and  complexity  specialists, and  a  number  of  senior country managers in the IBM Group and many specialist  colleagues  across  the  globe  from  the  IIBI (Institute for Independent Business International).
      Mr.Bouth Chan Vibol (Luke) Professional Learning & Development Facilitator BBA Degree in Business Administration, NUM Cert IV in Training and Assessment – Fortress Learning, Australia. With more than 13 years’ experience working with people, in business and in organisations in Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan, Vibol (Luke) has committed to developing himself and helping others to develop their skills, knowledge and positive attitudes. His main speciality lies in people skills -“soft skills”. Luke believes that while a combination of soft and technical skills are important; it is the soft (people) skills that are essential for enhanced management and in the 21st century’s business environment; and it is these skills, along with critical thinking, that are lacking – but most needed – here in Cambodia. Luke began  working  with    people in   teaching  roles and youth  counselling  and also  with a   number   of training organisations   working as a trainer, facilitator and coordinator 10 years ago. He joined Inspire Asia at the beginning of 2015 after he was offered a position as a  trainer and facilitator, where his skills and knowledge have become even more global and broad. For the past 3 years his main role has been in facilitating and coordinating all programs and workshops, and also in training and translation. He delivers professional programs, workshops and seminars in both Khmer and English and regularly receives excellent feedback from clients. Luke has worked with many individuals, businesses and organisations in Cambodia across a broad range of sectors including many different NGO’s, logistics, telecommunications, MFI’s,  banking and finance,  insurance,  wholesale distribution, manufacturing, engineering, construction, petroleum, oil  and  gas, brewing and canning, educational institutions, service industries, franchise companies, dental clinics and tourism and  hospitality. He  continues his research and understanding of the needs and requirements of the Cambodian organisations and workforce so that his skills may be utilised and shared with others not just in a theoretical way but through practical application and full understanding.

      Who should attend?
      This program has been designed for all tiers of Management with significant responsibility for coaching and mentoring as part of their everyday role. Alternatively, this course is ideal for anyone involved in people development (HR and Learning and Development) or anyone wanting to become a freelance Business Coach.

      What will be included with the training course?
      • Group photo of participants
      • Training materials
      • Certificates are awarded by LIFE
      • Two lunches and four refreshment 
      Training Fee: US$240 per person (Exclude any Taxes). (US$210 If Register ​​and Payment before March 10, 2016)

      More information
      Tel:              093 666836  /  093 666796  /  069 555528  /  069 555566
      Add:            Building #19F , St 271 , Sankat Boeng Salang, Khan Toul Kork
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