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Professional development programs are designed to enable one to explore their values, attitudes, styles and interpersonal skills and to provide a platform for continuing personal development as a manager or leader. It refers to skills and knowledge attained for both personal development and career advancement. It will enhance ability to critically evaluate the theories relating to personal development, management and leadership. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage. There are various approaches to professional development such as consultation, coaching, communities of practice, lesson study, mentoring, reflective supervision and technical assistance.
Coaching is generally known as a collective, action-oriented conversation that facilitates the enhancement of life experiences, goal attainment, self directed learning and performance in the individual being coached professional and personal life. Moreover, coaching takes on many beneficial characteristics such as: (1) the ability to unlock people’s potential to maximize their own performance; (2) a facilitative approach that helps people to learn, as opposed to teaching them; (3) an instructional approach that is directly concerned with the immediate improvement of performance and development of skills by a form of tutoring or instruction; and (4) the potential to enhance performance in work and personal life domains, underpinned by models
These are supported by a coaching or mentoring relationship characterized by respect, genuineness and empathy. The three stages are designed to move the client forward towards change and action. The effective coach or mentor tries to maintain the right balance of support and challenge throughout. Reviewing the working alliance openly and honestly through frequent evaluation can be a direct source of learning and change. There are several features in common between Alexander’s GROW model and The Skilled Helper model (Egan 2010).
For life coaches and counselors concerned with training these children there are techniques to help optimize the effectiveness of listening. One of these skills is careful presentation of stimuli that is audible by the client (Estes, 2010). By supplying stimuli causing a focus on the client’s ability to listen, asking appropriate questions, and helping the client learn how to be an effective listener the coach is improving his or her academic abilities and future communications. Moreover, in a coaching setting it is important for the life coach to utilize skills optimizing the effectiveness of their listening. By understanding emotional, physical, and verbal signals the life coach is better equipped to listen to what the client is saying, instead of just hearing them (Estes, 2010).
This could be effective in strengthening their relationship. The summary is another important way for the counselor to help the client organize key thoughts, feelings and... ... middle of paper ... ...tentiveness, I think that the therapeutic relationship started in this scenario can be productive. References Cooper, J.B. (2010). Counseling microskills. In B.T.
Generally my behaviour and attitude with my students reflects nurturers. According to Pratt the nurturing educators highly believe and accent the relationship between learner’s self-concept and learning (T’Kenye, 2005). Their strengths lay in caring for their students and supporting and encouraging their individual efforts in a trusting and respectful environment (T’Kenye , 2005). In addition, I really believe in emphasizing empowerment. I want to empower my students to use their education for intrinsic motivation purposes.
Furthermore, “Research indicates that to become effective in intake interviewing so that a working alliance is fostered, counselors need to follow guidelines and receive training to obtain accurate and valid information” (Duley, Cancelli, Kratochwill, Bergan & Meredith, 1983). This is why as counselor we have the training necessary to successfully execute an intake process. Theories that are used in an intake process before an intervention plan is designed are based on strategies which are positively associated with a desirable outcome. One approach that I will use is the conversation theory which refer to how general study of how knowledge is founded through interactions between two people. This theory main focus seeks to define how two individuals will come ... ... middle of paper ... ...counselor want to make sure that the counselor provides the best services possible.
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