Our coaching partnerships are flexible, to accommodate the different needs of the clients.
They can include, for example:
We also provide coaching and mentoring skills training for managers who want coaching skills for their ‘tool box’, and design coaching and mentoring programmes for your organisation.
Beehive Coaching & Leadership Development Ltd takes quality and consistency very seriously. Both Mark Sykes and Sara Lodge are members of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and adhere to their professional guidelines.
One way of focusing the coaching relationship is to use tools such as 360 feedback or personality inventories. The tools we can offer through Beehive MDL are:
We also use Transactional Analysis techniques, models and approaches to great effect – they serve as our base philosophy.
In any relationship game playing and transference take place. In a coaching situation this can decrease the efficacy of the relationship, and lead to unsatisfactory outcomes on both sides. Supervision is in its simplest form the ‘coaching’ of the coach – helping them to understand the issues they may have with a client, raising awareness of any transference that may be taking place, facilitating the coach in seeing new possibilities if they feel ‘stuck’, giving feedback, challenging and supporting them. At Beehive Management Development Ltd we see coaching supervision as being crucial to the coaching process. Sara Lodge offers coaching supervision for internal and external coaches in organisations.
And the following programmes:
‘Developing a coaching and mentoring mindset’
While many programmes teach the skills and knowledge needed to coach, if the mindset is wrong the tools won’t be used to full effectiveness. This two- or three- day programme takes an experiential approach to developing a coaching and mentoring mindset, which includes participants exploring their motives for wanting to coach others.
The Mentor’s Journey
A 48 hour event to help committed coaches and mentors to maintain the vision, wisdom and resilience they need to be effective, while offering their protégés a unique opportunity to develop alongside them. It’s a real and metaphorical journey.
Over a specially selected trail in North Wales, participants will encounter situations, dilemmas and challenges that will help them build their skills as coaches, mentors and critical friends.
The benefits to the individual participants are the chance to deepen and broaden the coaching/mentoring relationship, reflect on respective roles and contributions, and set new and challenging goals. The benefits to the organisation are to nurture talent, retain capable people and enhance their development, make the most of accrued learning and find the space to explore transitions and change.
Beehive has since been working within safety critical sectors such as the nuclear industry, power generation and the rail industry, supporting clients as they strive to build high trust environments. 'An Introduction to the D2iT Trust-based Safety Culture Model' is a series of five x 1 hr webinars, each introducing one of the five basic principles of the D2iT Trust-based Safety Culture Model. Find out more about the principles here:
To help our clients understand the individual and organisational behaviours that form the basis of a high-trust environment. The series begins on Thursday July 23rd 2020 at 1400 hrs and the live webinars take place every Thursday at the same time for the next five weeks. Each webinar builds on the one before, helping you to build your high-trust environment at work. This series is aimed at supervisory and middle managerial levels. The sessions include background, theory, case studies, practical applications and ways of action planning for your organisation. Each webinar will be available on-demand after the live webinar has aired, so even if you can't join us live you'll be able to access the series at your convenience.
The series is hosted on Zoom and requires registration. You will need a free Zoom account to access the webinars. The cost for all five webinars is £150 plus VAT.
To register using Eventbrite please go to 'An Introduction to Beehive's D2iT Trust-based Safety Culture' Webinar Series
Interdependency is the safety culture associated with the fewest accidents and injuries and is therefore the safest way of working - (ref research by Du Pont Du Pont Bradley Curve).Trust is the key interpersonal component of Interdependency - (ref Beehive/Bangor University research).
Trust is an attitude. To increase trust and therefore interdependency it is necessary to demonstrate you are worthy of trust by displaying trustworthy behaviours - (ref Beehive/Bangor research &Trustworthiness Elements)
If you demonstrate trustworthiness through the five principles, others are invited to reciprocate and therefore trust and interdependency builds. The five Principles are:
The D2iP b.SAFE Safety Leadership Programme is designed to introduce the five principles of trustworthy behaviour and trustworthy leadership within the organisation.