Coaching for Wellbeing - Remotely delivered
The coaching for wellbeing programme explores how coaching can be a powerful mechanism to help people take better care of their health and wellbeing. This programme is suitable
The coaching for wellbeing programme explores how coaching can be a powerful mechanism to help people take better care of their health and wellbeing. This programme is suitable for any Professional educators who are keen to foster healthier lifestyles, look after the health and wellbeing of their colleagues and themselves and/or who are interested in getting into coaching.
KAA are delighted to be invited to deliver this programme remotely in partnership with COBIS.
Session 1: Monday 19th February 8.30am-11.30am GMT
Session 2: Monday 11th March 8.30am-11.30am GMT
Coaching is understood as a tool to help people promote their professional ambition, unravel professional challenges and is increasingly adopted as a day-to-day leadership process of providing support, to help employees identify opportunities and achieve individual development goals.
Those who succeed with a coaching style enable employees to gain awareness and reflection, generate their own answers, require less control and directing, and have a desire to help them develop and flourish (Porritt, 2021).
The position we take is that it is never too late to receive coaching or to foster the attitudes, attributes and behaviours associated with becoming a coach.
- By that we mean…
- Healthy practices
Delivery and Format
This programme will use a blended approach of online facilitated group discussion and online self-study using the KAA Online Learning Platform.
The group facilitated sessions will be led by KAA Director and International School Principle Dr. David Porritt.
Dr David Porritt
David has been a Headteacher and Principal for 25 years in the UK, Singapore, The Netherlands, Hungary and China. He holds an MBA in Educational Leadership (International) a Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring and has facilitated several cohorts of international teaching staff through the International Programme for Middle Leaders for the Council of British International Schools.
David has recently completed his Doctorate in Leadership and Coaching at UCL Institute of Education with the focus of the doctorate, understanding how leaders use coaching to impact their organisations.
(Monday) 8:30 am - 11:30 am