educ548 | Graduate
Coaching And Mentoring
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Coaching and Mentoring Techniques
- Describe techniques used in successful coaching and in successful mentorship.
- Develop a professional growth plan for coaching or for mentoring.
- Identify strategies for working with challenging persons being coached or mentored.
Communication in Coaching and Mentoring
- Identify the components of active listening skills.
- Explain the importance of two-way communication.
- Discuss intercultural communication as it relates to coaching and mentoring.
- Describe nonverbal communication as it relates to coaching and mentoring.
- Analyze various methods of providing performance feedback in coaching or in a mentorship.
- Explain the value of self-evaluation and reflection.
- Analyze the process of monitoring and evaluating performance.
- Explain the rewards of coaching and mentoring.
Coaching and Mentoring Foundations and Strategies
- Differentiate between coaching and mentoring.
- Identify the process for coaching and mentoring.
- Identify the different roles and responsibilities of a coach and of a mentor.
- Identify coaching and mentoring strategies.
- Describe approaches to coaching.
- Explain modes of mentoring.
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