The ECU Coaching Register has been developed based on emerging needs and requests from ECU staff and Managers/Supervisors.
A professional coach may be used to enhance individual or professional growth or to advance organisational goals and objectives.
Coaching can be used for various purposes and many coaches specialise in an array of disciplines in order to provide the best value to their coachees.
Please review the definitions of the coaching disciplines in order to find the right coach for you or your staff member.
All coaches hold qualifications and relevant experience in their area/s of specialisation as well as experience in, or exposure to, the Higher Education sector.
Most are Registered Psychologists and/or hold accreditation with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) or similar accreditation body.
Staff from the City of Joondalup, Edith Cowan University, the WA Police Academy, and North Metropolitan TAFE have the unique opportunity to take part in a cross-organisational mentoring program supported by the Joondalup Learning Precinct Board.
The program brings staff together to enrich, enhance and share experiences and to strengthen relationships between Precinct partners. Program goals include:
- Developing individuals and improving their performance and effectiveness in the workplace
- Providing opportunities to develop networks
- Strengthening inter-agency relationships
- Improving inter-agency communication
- Providing a sustainable support mechanism for staff
- Supporting professional development activities.
Evaluation of mentor programs has shown that mentors find personal satisfaction in sharing their skills and experience with others. Mentees also benefit from the opportunity to broaden their knowledge base and learn from an experienced person.
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