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Coaching Model

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This brief overview of coaching programs is for those who want a new job, new career, or a new way to flourish in today's hectic workplace. As well as high-performers who lost their way in this …

This brief overview of coaching programs is for those who want a new job, new career, or a new way to flourish in today's hectic workplace. As well as high-performers who lost their way in this economy.
If you are a stay at home mom or dad and looking for a suitable career we are here to help.

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  • 1. Module 1: Coaching Skills“A word of praise after a success is worth more than a line of encouragement during a failure.” Focus on our Strengths! -R.H. Hill
  • 2. 1. What is coaching?A. Coaching is normally associated with sports. - In business, coaching means turning potential into achievement or excellence in your careerB. Defined: A Process by which an individual works to facilitate a higher level performance in a meaningful life region. - Coaching is directly linked to leadership. - Uncovering the best in individuals. - Not merely directing.
  • 3. 2. Coaching vs. other helping professions?A. Coaching is one of the most modern approaches in developing potential. - Focuses on positive aspects of behavior compared to “problem- based” or pathological approaches.B. Pathological approaches (problem based): - Can be seen in psychiatry;C. In contrast, coaching is a more positive and experience based approach. – A new way of thinking.
  • 4. 3. A great model for coachingA. First, coaching is a multipart process yet is executed in simple steps.B. We Use Four steps: - Setting Goals. - Understand the person’s Reality - Generate Options. - Organizing a Way forward.This is known as the Model
  • 5. 4. Great coaching model cont.C. Setting a goal for the conversation is important to keep focus, - Important to be “SMART.”D. SMART Technique:SpecificMeaningful/MeasurableAgreed to/AchievableRealisticTime-bound - When these criteria are used the discussion will be clear, understood, and reasonable in scope.
  • 6. 5. great coaching model cont.E. After setting the SMART goal, it is essential to understand your group’s REALITY.*who, what, when and how often? (The problem or challenge) - This is NOT about solving problems, rather it is helping them think more clearly and how to solve their own issues, problems, or dilemmas. - Practice active listening. Which is taking an “active” role when hearing the issue. - Repeat back what you heard and do so to their satisfaction. - Improving the client’s motivation as well strengthening the relationship with client is the result of proper active listening.
  • 7. 6. great coaching model cont.F. Listening helps generate options. - During this phase you should try to identify potential actions to solve their problems. - First seek out the client’s best thinking. - After pulling out or eliciting options you begin to offer additional insights. 1. This keeps client accountable for their own changes. 2. Clients usually come up with own answers, which gives a sense of empowerment. 3. Sets stage for client wanting to hear you.
  • 8. 7. great coaching modelcont.Having a client generate their own options gives client intrinsic motivation & ownership to take action. - Once you have pulled all of your clients options then you may ask permission to give suggestions. - At this point, you have them choose from many options that have been given and identify which to take action on. - This leads to design a way forward.
  • 9. 8. great coaching model cont.G. At this point SMART goals are being identified. - You have listened and discussed their current reality and generated options. - A plan of action or “way forward” is setting goals that are most important, and most motivating. - These are considered “critical variables” of performance. - You then can create an action plan and SMART goal(s).
  • 10. 9. great coaching model cont.H. By doing these 4 phases of coaching it helps increase the “decision speed” of the client. - Helping to focus their actions and make decisions that maximize performance.I. Conducting G.R.O.W. sessions gives the leader confidence in his or her skills. - Coaches offer their life experience and focuses more on uncovering potential *Coaching is to help the client Focus, generate ideas, and act on skills they already know; just need a little push
  • 11. Do you have the skill set to coach?A. YES You Do! Coaching is universal in application.B. We are all coaches & mentors. - Opportunity to coach are in all aspects of life. - Mostly in areas we are passionate about or our profession.C. Look where can you help facilitate performance of others. - Most answers to problems lie within themselves.D. Practice your skill of coaching! YOU will become a better leader, and plant seeds of growth around you!

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