Coaching Skills for Leaders

The role of coaching and individual coaches is increasingly featuring more prominently within NHS organisations, as an approach to enable organisations and their people to become more resilient, connected to the wider system and ‘change ready’. 

Coaching as a leadership style aims to use questioning techniques to release the potential of colleagues  allowing individuals, teams and organisations to reach further and continue to evolve; a coaching culture is one of limitless potential. Equipping leaders with the skills to coach rather than instruct will help to create cultures that encourage innovation, learning and a focus on the broader issues.

EMLA is excited to be delivering this two-day, non-residential workshop for leaders in member organisations to enhance the confidence and experience of participants enabling them to champion coaching as a leadership style.


Please check back for more dates in the future.


For any enquiries about dates, please contact either Pam Smith-Falls, Programme Lead, or Lucy Titterton, Programme Coordinator at or please call 0115 748 4277.