Co-coaching Techniques for Problem Solving

Co-coaching Techniques for Problem Solving

Date & Time

10 March 2010, 00:00


Conference Room (NIE1-01-09)


Office of Education Research (OER)



Events Details

Time: 11.00am-12.30pm


The highly interactive, participatory and experiential workshop invites participants to explore co-coaching techniques to develop highly time- and resource-effective approaches to problem solving.

Leadership traits, attributes and behaviours exploited, include:

•    Deep listening skills
•    Probing questions
•    Letting go the answer, letting come the solution
•    Tough empathy
•    Working in variable trust environments

This workshop is relevant to those keen to promote shared understanding and improved team working at every or any level of the organisation.
Richard Kemp is the Co-Director MBA Executive Experience at The Open University, UK. Prior to this, Richard was Director of Executive Development Programmes at Henley Management College. He has many years of experience ensuring executive education reflects market place expectations around thought leadership, collaborative research, faculty and practitioner expertise.
Please register your interest to attend this workshop with Mr Aaron Chong, Office of Education Research at email: by 24 February 2010.

Please note that this workshop is for NIE staff only.