Businesses from across Cornwall are being invited to develop their coaching skills and understanding of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to empower their staff to increase their performance.
CCB Training part of the Cornwall College Group will be hosting their free-to-attend coaching with NLP event on Thursday 31st October, 12.30pm – 3pm at the Health & Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Truro.
This exciting project will not only develop skills for those taking their first steps onto the leadership ladder, but also provide opportunities for those operating at a strategic level to work together with other senior leaders across the region. – Sally McAuley, Head of Business and Professional at CCB Training
This event is part of the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s Cornwall Festival of Business; a week-long festival created to inspire the business community, encourage innovation and provide information.
“It takes great skill to be an inspiring coach,” stated Sally McAuley, Head of Business and Professional at CCB Training.
“Allowing your staff to explore ideas and find the answers for themselves not only empowers them, but supports them in a more collaborative way. This event will introduce you to coaching, gaining an understanding of some useful techniques, applications and the differences around management intervention models,” continued Sally.
Attendees will gain an overview of how NLP principles can be used for improved communication, confidence, increased influence and better results.
There is no charge to the event for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) or public sector organisations thanks to funding through CCB’s Developing Leaders project from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.
The Developing Leaders project aims to inspire, enhance and engage leadership skills through a suite of courses that can be accredited from Level 2 to Level 5 by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) or Chartered Management Institute (CMI). All courses are 80% funded subject to criteria.
“This exciting project will not only develop skills for those taking their first steps onto the leadership ladder, but also provide opportunities for those operating at a strategic level to work together with other senior leaders across the region,” Sally added.
Developing Leaders is a three-year project ending in May 2021 and Sally urged companies and individuals to attend the event, as places are limited.
Alternatively, people can contact CCB to take up this training opportunity while the funding is available.