Outstanding Coaching in Schools: Using Our Brains as Educators

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In his coaching manual, Coaching for Change, Tony Swainston says: “Coaching has been the catalyst that has enabled many people I have worked with to reach their goals. It helps people to gain clarity, provides challenge, and broadens their thinking, no matter what their age or position in the school. Coaching embraces the truth that we all work better, more efficiently, and more effectively, when we believe that we are understood and our personal needs are being considered.” 

Tony has coached, and trained people to be coaches, in both business and education, in over 20 countries around the world. Many of Tony’s clients include people who wish to become professional coaches and therefore opt to take the ILM level V (at degree level) or ILM level VII (at Masters level) qualifications in coaching and mentoring through Tony’s company, Tony Swainston Ltd. Many of these include head teachers. 

“The key goal of the coach is to get others to perform at their highest level. It never involves the transmitting of knowledge, wisdom, or advice, but rather draws out the immense abilities that at times lie dormant inside another individual.” 

This one-day institute will provide you with the opportunity to find out about what coaching in schools is, why it is important for both adults and students, and how you can begin to use coaching to support the work that you do in your school, whether as a teacher or a head teacher. 

Who should attend? 

This one-day institute is relevant for all members of staff in schools. Specifically, this day will support: 

  • principals who are reflecting on the benefits of coaching and want to develop coaching in their own schools 
  • teachers who are interested in coaching to progress their own professional development whilst supporting other adults and students 
  • everyone who enjoys seeing others grow and develop in order to fulfil their potential. 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Implementing coaching in your classroom or the whole school.
  • Explore Coaching Tool 2: The Balance-Wheel.
  • Explore Coaching Tool 3: Values.
  • Practise Coaching Practice 2.
  • Reflect on coaching practice.
  • Discuss questions and answers.
  • Create a plan of action.

Additional Information

SKU CONF2019IAH
Session Session 3 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Day Day 3
Strand Mindset / Social Emotional, Professional Learning Teams

In his coaching manual, Coaching for Change, Tony Swainston says: “Coaching has been the catalyst that has enabled many people I have worked with to reach their goals. It helps people to gain clarity, provides challenge, and broadens their thinking, no matter what their age or position in the school. Coaching embraces the truth that we all work better, more efficiently, and more effectively, when we believe that we are understood and our personal needs are being considered.” 

Tony has coached, and trained people to be coaches, in both business and education, in over 20 countries around the world. Many of Tony’s clients include people who wish to become professional coaches and therefore opt to take the ILM level V (at degree level) or ILM level VII (at Masters level) qualifications in coaching and mentoring through Tony’s company, Tony Swainston Ltd. Many of these include head teachers. 

“The key goal of the coach is to get others to perform at their highest level. It never involves the transmitting of knowledge, wisdom, or advice, but rather draws out the immense abilities that at times lie dormant inside another individual.” 

This one-day institute will provide you with the opportunity to find out about what coaching in schools is, why it is important for both adults and students, and how you can begin to use coaching to support the work that you do in your school, whether as a teacher or a head teacher. 

Who should attend? 

This one-day institute is relevant for all members of staff in schools. Specifically, this day will support: 

  • principals who are reflecting on the benefits of coaching and want to develop coaching in their own schools 
  • teachers who are interested in coaching to progress their own professional development whilst supporting other adults and students 
  • everyone who enjoys seeing others grow and develop in order to fulfil their potential. 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Implementing coaching in your classroom or the whole school.
  • Explore Coaching Tool 2: The Balance-Wheel.
  • Explore Coaching Tool 3: Values.
  • Practise Coaching Practice 2.
  • Reflect on coaching practice.
  • Discuss questions and answers.
  • Create a plan of action.