Group Coaching Techniques
Time & Location
About the Event
This session will explore the importance of dialogue in the group coaching context. Starting with the Principles of Dialogic Learning, with a whistle stop tour of the ideas of Vygotsky, it will help you to understand the ways in which group dynamics can enhance the effectiveness of individuals within a group. A case study around the use of the Thinking Environment and the GROW model will help you see how these methods will allow you to enhance dialogue and effectiveness of group coaching.
Online seminar on MS Teams facilitated by course leader, Mike Saunders, on Wednesday 10 March.
What will you learn?
- Importance of dialogue
- Principles of dialogic learning
- Impact of group dynamics
- Application of coaching models in a group context
Who is this course for?
Anyone with an interest in using coaching techniques to develop groups of staff.
About the Course Leader
Mike Saunders is currently Head of Quality Improvement at York College, but has been a teacher educator for 13 years, and taught in FE for the past 35 years. He is an experienced coach, and has made extensive use of group coaching techniques in the development of teachers and trainers. He has written around dialogic learning and social constructivism and brings his enthusiasm for these subjects to bear on this session