Coaching and mentoring techniques for instrumental/vocal teachers
15:45 - 16:30
Using Executive Coaching’s OSCAR model, this demonstration lesson explores client-led discovery of solutions through critical self-reflection.
Acquire an understanding of the OSCAR* structure and how that might be applied in any teaching situation
Experience a teaching style that draws upon a range of coaching principles, (one of which is that the work is shared within a partnership of equals, another is that responsibility for action rests with the student/client and that the client owns the agenda)
Experience the student/client discovering new insights about themselves and the work they are engaged in
Experience the heightened sense of energy and motivation that comes from using these principles and this framework
Neyire Ashworth is a coach and Clarinet Professor at the Junior Guildhall School. Towards a More Flexible Musician of the Future (Neyire’s professional motto) inspires her students to engage with the world around, whilst developing a form in which instrumental playing and theatre can marry seamlessly and meaningfully.
Guildhall Coaching & Mentoring Lead and Artist Fellow
Coaching Lead at Guildhall Innovation (GSMD), Jane Booth is an international clarinettist, Executive Coach, and Coach Trainer. With nearly 20 years’ experience supporting artistic and career development in Higher Education in the UK and France, Jane has a track record for delivering individual and team growth, personal transformation and accountability.
Senior Associate and Specialist Adviser
Jane Cook has 25 years of mentoring, coaching and leadership experience in education and the arts, including as a headteacher and national education adviser. As Senior Associate and Specialist Adviser to the Guildhall School, Jane devised GSMD’s training programme 'The Coaching Approach', an EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) accredited course available at Foundation and Practitioner levels.