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C&M day 5

  1. Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring Day 5
  2. Aims for day • Review learning logs from day 4 • Group feedback on coaching practice • The business case for a coaching and mentoring programme • Evaluating your coaching/mentoring programme • To review PDP • To discuss assignment requirements • To undertake coaching practice
  3. Tutorial review • Group review of coaching/mentoring experience since last meeting
  4. Assignment 1 • AC 1.3 Present the case for using coaching or mentoring to benefit individuals and organisational performance • AC 4.2 Analyse how the benefits of coaching or mentoring should be evaluated • 4.1 Critically review the elements required for effective and integrated coaching and mentoring
  5. The case for using coaching or mentoring to benefit individuals and organisational performance
  6. Why have a coaching / mentoring programme? • Done properly it is focused systematic and structured • Is tailored for individual (person centred) • In-house programme cost effective development (resource = time) • Can have quick results • Can motivate and engage employees • Help new employees to integrate into culture of organisation • Can improve communication and interpersonal skills • Can resolve conflict • Continuous development for both coach/coachee or mentor/mentee
  7. Evidence • 75% of organisations offer coaching and mentoring most intend to grow this over next 2 years • Coaching found to be 3rd most effective L&D practice (after on the job training & in-house development programmes – CIPD 2015 L&D survey
  8. Evidence • Recipients more aware of motivations, improved personal effectiveness, more effective on specific projects, greater confidence in role • Increased job satisfaction, engagement & well- being at work and sustained over time • IES study 2010-12 of 100 clients in 15 organisations
  9. Evidence • Three-quarters (77%) of the 30 respondents indicated that coaching had significant or very significant impact on at least one of nine business measures • Increased individual work output • Increased department productivity • Increased employee satisfaction • Increased customer satisfaction – Anderson, MetrixGlobal
  10. Evaluating the programme
  11. The Kirkpatrick evaluation model
  12. Putting together an evaluation framework • Clarify why the evaluation is being conducted. Are you seeking to prove something, improve something, or learn something? • Be realistic about constraints. Clarify your budget, resources available and any time constraints, and consider these in relation to your purpose. • Define success criteria before choosing measures. • Be selective in your evaluation measures. Collect data to show whether success criteria have been achieved. Consider looking for benefits well after the coaching has ended. • Consider the perspectives of different audiences for the evaluation and how you will access a range of viewpoints. • Make sure in advance that your coaches are willing to use your evaluation tools when operating in your organisation. • Minimise resistance to the evaluation by letting participants and managers know before the coaching starts what evaluation measures will be used and how they will be expected to contribute.
  13. What can you measure? • Feedback from participants and coaches • Appraisal system • Employee attitude survey • Exit interviews • Assessment against initial objectives set • KPIs • 360 feedback • Employee turnover • Reflective journals
  14. An Effective and integrated coaching / mentoring programme • Develop a coaching culture by linking programme to strategy, policies, procedures and having senior management support • Must include contracting, supervision and evaluation • Activity: critically review from the perspective of your organisation
  15. Assignments
  16. Assignments • Assignment 1: Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring • Assignment 2: Undertaking management coaching or mentoring in the workplace • Assignment 3: Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor
  17. Assignment submission • Assignment 1 (principles) Monday 5 December • Assignment 2 and 3 (undertaking and reflecting) due Friday 6 January • Use assignment templates on Its learning • Submit through Its learning
  18. Assignment • Discussion • Updating your learning log and PDP
  19. Coaching / mentoring Practice
  20. Coaching practice • Work in 3s – coach/mentor, client, observer • Switch roles • Keep notes – this is evidence for your assignments
  21. Programme review