eLearning courses that promote a coaching culture
These online coaching courses will support managers to implement a coaching culture within your charity, whilst having high quality conversations and boosting productivity.
Each module is designed to create sustainable change through self-awareness, self-reflection and accountability. They do this using quick and easy self-assessment questionnaires and micro-coaching exercises. Topics include:
– Fear of Success
– Growth Mindset
– Imposter Syndrome
– People Pleasing
And many more!
It’s important to recognise that no two conversations are the same, as no two coaches are the same.
- Effective coaching conversations
- Coaching conversations with remote workers
- Coaching conversations during redundancy
- In the moment coaching conversations
- Difficult conversations
Being willing to learn and develop generates new innovative ways of doing things.
- Coaching for growth mindset
- Coaching for change
- Coaching for resilience
- Coaching for wellbeing
- Coaching for emotional intelligence
Coaching is all about unlocking a person’s potential to maximise their own performance.
- Introduction to coaching
- Coaching essentials
- Building trust and rapport
- Using coaching models
- Asking powerful questions
- The art of listening
- The power of silence
- The importance of goal setting
- Creating accountability
- Giving effective feedback
Maintaining good skills enables people to be more productive and produce higher quality work.
- Coaching for delegation
- Coaching for time management
- Coaching for focus
- Coaching for communication
- Coaching for creativity
Diversity & Inclusion
- Introduction to Diversity & Inclusion
- Unconsious Bias
- Creating psychologically safe environment
- Inclusive leadership
- Coaching for belonging
Exclusive discount for charities and non profits
We are huge advocates for coaching and we love to provide great solutions for all charities, whether you’re a member of the Charity Learning Consortium or not.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with Coaching Culture to offer an exclusive deal for all charities and non profits looking to implement coaching into their culture.
“It’s really modern content… the design of it, the look of it, the usability is really good…it’s well written, it’s interactive and it’s easy to use”
Jane Meggison-Hill, Sport England
“I would highly recommend becoming part of the Coaching Culture community!…It makes what at first feels like a seemingly impossible task into a growing reality”
Kerry Crowther, Marie Stopes
“The feedback from everyone that’s been through the eLearning content has really enjoyed it”
Jane Meggison-Hill, Sport England
“With the Charity Learning Consortium we really work in partnership, so it’s more than a client provider relationship“
Lou Guy, Teach First
We are proud to work with a range of fantastic eLearning providers
More from the Charity Learning Consortium
The little book series
We’ve done all of the hard work for you and curated all the best tips, advice and real life case studies into bitesized guides. The little book of In-House Coaching explains the steps to take to launch and sustain a coaching programme, with examples of different approaches to inspire you.
Learning Management System
We provide members with an online platform to host all content and track learner progress. The intuative and customisable LMS allows you to easily track and report on your learners’ progress.
How to ask a great coaching question
Questions are at the heart of good coaching conversations, explains Matt Somers, and the type of questions you ask shapes the outcome you get. He shares his tips for framing coaching questions to get the best results.
Coaching video content
As well as our many fantastic eLearning courses, we also offer bite sized videos. The video library is hosted on the Clear Lessons video platform and it covers a range of topics, including charity specific titles such as fundraising, volunteering and more.
The videos are in both animation and talking heads form and are designed to provide the third sector with quality and relevant content. Charity Learning Consortium members often embed these videos in their Learning Management Systems to enhance courses.