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Active Listening – a core skill of (peer) coaching & facilitation

Active Listening is one of the core skills of peer coaching identified by EmployID and is also very important in other facilitation activities and personal life. The video by Carmen Wolf (KIT) shows Do’s and Don’ts and what is necessary to be an active listener.

 

 

 

 

Peer Coaching Procedure – the most important if you want to do peer coaching

Peer Coaching Procedure – most important to do peer coaching In this video the EmployID peer coaching concept is explained by Carmen Wolf (KIT) in short to get an idea about how the process runs and what it is necessary to do in which role. The video is for information only and does not replace training to become a peer coaching practitioner. If you are interested in peer coaching training please contact us at: coaching[at]employid.edu

 

 

 

Clear steer for future project direction from user engagement process

Prof. Jenny Bimrose and Dr. Alan Brown, University of Warwick

Our consultations with PES in UK and Slovenia have resulted in a very clear message from the user engagement process. The very good news is that the PES do want support for identity transformation, but the support they want is slightly different from what we were expecting when we drew up our initial description of work, so all facets of the project will now need to respond in an agile way. One of the major requests from DWP (the UK PES) was the need to work on labour market information (LMI) / data so we can help the LMI specialists to coach PES practitioners to use this in ways which could transform their practice.

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