Person Centred Coaching

Supporting teams to learn coaching skills using Person centred tools and approaches

Coaching skills from accredited coach to deliver person centred skills and approaches. Competence in planning and coaching styles that achieve real positive change - This course can also be used to build person centred cultures.

Target Audience:

Participants would need to have a responsibility for planning or leading others to plan

Length of course:

6 half day sessions

Delivered by:

Pauline Doyle

Pauline Doyle
Associate Consultant
07977 015 646

Pauline leads our work on Person Centred Planning and approaches, across our adult, older peoples and children’s programmes. Pauline has many years experience across the statutory and voluntary sector at senior levels assisting people with autism, forensic needs as well as people and children with disabilities to get the support that is right for them.

Since qualifying as a social worker in children’s services more than 25 years

ago Pauline has worked directly, consulted and trained widely in person centred thinking, planning and approaches. She is a practitioner in family therapy, an accredited trainer in Map and Path, ELP and Inclusion, Training the Trainers, is an Action Learning Set practitioner linked to the Manchester Business School and leads the Transition Network for Valuing people North West.

Pauline is a systemic practitioner who is passionate and committed to personalisation and self directed support. She enjoys coaching individuals, groups and organisations to develop their learning and action planning using a process of enquiry. Her approach is supportive and reflective providing the people and organisations she assists the opportunity to figure out what they want and were they want to be.

When not working Pauline loves nothing more than walking her dogs, cooking for her family, holidaying in Cornwall and doesn’t sail anywhere near as often as she would like.