It is no secret that organizations struggle to effectively transfer the knowledge and skills of experienced personnel to the newer workers. Learning how to develop and maintain effective mentoring relationships within organizations is the key. Mentors share their experience through a series of coachable moments. Many of these moments can be lost because students or coworkers shy away from performance scrutiny. In this workshop we will focus on what you want for your mentoring and coaching legacy then move towards becoming the most effective mentor and coach in the classroom, workplace, and at home. Students will demonstrate positive coaching and develop long-term coaching strategies. These are life skills that have broad application beyond the workplace. Attendees will practice proven techniques and leave ready to positively affect all those around them.
Students who complete this 8-hour course will be able to:
- Apply the RRAC© positive coaching method
- Use Facilitated Leadership techniques in coaching and mentoring settings
- Develop a roadmap for personal mentoring and coaching legacy
Course Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Max Class Size: 30 Students
Recommended For: Line level personnel, Field Training Officers, Supervisors, Instructors
About the Course Designers
Alan retired as a Commander with the Santa Ana (CA) police department and has nearly 30 years of varied law enforcement experience. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration and a Master of Arts degree in Education. Alan is a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Master Instructor, a member of the POST Quality Assessment Program and he served on the POST Instructor Standards Advisory Committee for 10 years.