Cognitive Coaching, or to give it its full name, Cognitive Behaviour Coaching (CBC) can be used to improve the behaviour of managers towards their staff, and help employees and managers cope with the consequences of adverse events and enhance their performance.
Cognitive Coaching Course Profile
Cognitive Coaching helps people to address and resolve problems and concerns by enabling them to think through and apply alternative strategies and solutions. The approach integrates thinking, behaviour, images and problem solving techniques within a cognitive behaviour framework to enable the coachee achieve realistic goals.
Cognitive Coaching helps people to improve their performance, personal resilience, enhance wellbeing, prevent stress and overcome barriers to change.
- Problem identification
- Realistic and relevant goal setting
- Alternative solutions
- Consideration of implications of solutions
- Target most feasible solution
- Implement chosen solution
Who should attend this course
Chief Executives, Executive Directors, Board Members, Senior Managers
About the course
This is an inhouse course that will be tailored to meet your particular needs. To discuss this course or arrange a meeting, please call 01242 241882 or use the form below to tell us a little more about your requirements.
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NHS Wales - Workforce transformation workshop
16 March 2017
Derek speaking on psychological wellbeing and performance
Health and Wellbeing Exhibition
7/8 March 2017