Coaching

“One of the most useful parts for me was the EQi and the coaching – which has been amazing.” Alice O’Grady, Head of School – Performance and Cultural Industries.

What is coaching?

Coaching is the art of facilitating another person’s learning, development, performance and well-being.

It is a focused conversation that enables you to explore your thinking, self-beliefs, perspectives, and feelings, relating to a particular topic that is pertinent to you. It involves challenging the obstacles you encounter, and identifying approaches and actions – that will work for you in your context – it will empower you to tap into your inner knowledge and strength, moving you forward  to accomplish what you wish to achieve.

Coaching is self-directive. Through raising self-awareness and identifying choices you find your own solution, and as coaching is about change and action the relationship is relatively short-term, with sessions typically lasting 60 – 90 minutes.

This Coaching SWAY contains links to the various coaching opportunities and our coaching request form.

Workshops

Coaching approaches and practice is also embedded into our leadership programmes to develop and equip our leaders with this technique, and focused workshops are also delivered throughout the year.

Find out more

If you have any questions about the above, or require any further information regarding coaching please send a request through to leadership@leeds, or contact Katie Leeman: k.leeman@leeds.ac.uk 

 

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