Coaching For It Managers Training in Norway

  • Learn via: Classroom / Virtual Classroom / Online
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Price: Please contact for booking options
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Each person is a unique source thanks to its strengths from birth and its previous experiences. With coaching training, we basically aim to understand the person and transform its potential to performance.

The human element has become very important in the business life with the participation of new generations. Generations that criticize each other have to work together. If you are a manager or potential manager in such an environment, then the most important part of your job would be to know, understand, evaluate and support the person in front of you.
This training will help you to gain coaching skills. It will support you in permanently developing your communication and management achievements and you will learn to apply practices that you will implement in your private and business life.

IT Coaching program is the version, in which all these skills are customized for IT teams, which are considered as “special employees”. You will transform the potential of your IT team to performance thanks to this course.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Mid-and senior level managers, all other employees that want to improve their coaching skills.

  • Know Yourself
  • Know Others
  • Empathy
  • Asking questions/Listening
  • Reading between the lines
  • Motivation
  • Recognizing personality profiles and behavior typs
  • Learning how to improve the performance

  • Performance formula
  • Definition and stages of coaching
  • Similarities and differences between coaching/mentoring
  • Coaching methods
  • Behavior
  • Asking questions, listening
  • Personality profiles
  • Feedback
  • Delegation 

Contact us for more detail about our trainings and for all other enquiries!

Coaching For It Managers Training Course in Norway

The Nordic country Norway, is in Northern Europe. Known for its stunning natural beauty, including fjords, mountains, and forests, Norway is also famous for its high standard of living and strong social welfare system. Norway's capital and largest city is Oslo. Tromsø, Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger are the other tourist attracting cities of Norway.

Norway is a constitutional monarchy with King Harald V as the head of state. The country has a population of 5,425,270 as of January 2022. Norway is a relatively small country and has a relatively low population density, with much of its land area covered by forests, mountains, and fjords. Despite its small size, Norway is known for its rich cultural heritage, strong economy, and stunning natural beauty, which attracts millions of visitors every year. This Nordic country is also known for its winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, and is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

Norway has a long history of invention and is home to numerous more top-tier tech firms and research facilities, such as; Kongsberg Gruppen, Telenor, Atea, Evry and Gjensidige Forsikring.

Due to the country's high latitude, there are large seasonal variations in daylight. From late May to late July, the sun never completely descends beneath the horizon. Which attracts many tourists around the world to see the "Land of the Midnight Sun". Tourists mainly visit Sognefjord, Norway's Largest Fjord, Pulpit Rock, one of the most photographed sites in Norway and of course the capital; Oslo.

Oslo is considered the business center of Norway. It is the country's largest city and the capital of Norway. The city is home to many of Norway's largest and most important companies, as well as several international organizations and research institutions. Additionally, the city is a popular tourist destination, known for its scenic location on the Oslo Fjord, its many museums and cultural attractions, and its vibrant nightlife and dining scene. Some of the most popular museums in Oslo are The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, The Nobel Peace Center, The National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design, The Munch Museum and The Vigeland Museum.
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