Theory/Principles/Key Concepts<br />Humans are inherently invested in their own growth and learning. Everyone is motivated...
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Synthesis-a coaching example

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  • I really like this simple and easily graspable visual of coaching. I agree on all points but one: I don't know that learning goals promote more results than performance goals. In my experience, these are inextricably entwined, and it is the need to accomplish something larger than what one thinks is possible that leads to a lot of new learning. Often the coaching journey has so many learning accomplishments one can't imagine when setting up a 'goal structure' at the onset. The kind of 'goal' that helps for accelerated learning and accomplishment is rather centered around a shift or change one wants to make -- so in terms of expressing a principle, then, it seems like it is really a 'change goal' that makes the difference, and not an either/or situation of learning & performance.

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Synthesis-a coaching example

  1. 1. Theory/Principles/Key Concepts<br />Humans are inherently invested in their own growth and learning. Everyone is motivated to reach a target that is clear, challenging and perceived as achievable.<br />The future creates the present. Our beliefs and assumptions shape our behavior and can be changed.<br />Our own self-awareness is essential to our development and to our ability to work with others.<br />Focusing on the positive holds more potential for growth than looking at weaknesses as well as strengths.<br />Learning goals will result in more powerful learning than performance goals.<br />Self-regulation is positively linked to motivation and achievement. Intrinsic feedback has more power to change behavior than extrinsic feedback.<br />Experience & Expertise<br />Previous exposure to coaching situations<br />Coaching training<br />Practice<br />Personal values, interests and goals<br />Context<br />Institutional: mission, values, policies, and procedures<br />Political: laws, incentives<br />Synthesis<br />Tactics/Technique/Practice<br />Listening<br />Framing<br />Powerful questioning<br />Goal setting<br />Self-awareness<br />

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