Jenn Agee<br />Clemson university<br />Hrd 830<br />Coaching in the Workplace<br />
Outline<br />What is coaching?<br />Similarities between coaching in the workplace and coaching athletics<br />A coach’s r...
What is Coaching?<br />Coaching is essential for employees to:<br />Grow<br />Develop<br />Improve<br />Coaching involves ...
Workplace & Athletics - Similarities<br /><ul><li>Relationships among workers/athletes
Encourage working together
Motivate workers/athletes
Promotes growth & development
Training employees/athletes
Use of additional peer coaches and self-coaching</li></li></ul><li>Learning to Coach<br />Start by mentoring a single empl...
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  1. 1. Jenn Agee<br />Clemson university<br />Hrd 830<br />Coaching in the Workplace<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br />What is coaching?<br />Similarities between coaching in the workplace and coaching athletics<br />A coach’s roles<br />How to be a coach<br />Different types of coaching<br />Peer coaching<br />Self coaching<br />Three-step coaching process<br />
  3. 3. What is Coaching?<br />Coaching is essential for employees to:<br />Grow<br />Develop<br />Improve<br />Coaching involves constant guidance and promotes relationships among workers, allowing them to work together and produce higher quality work.<br />Convey information in an efficient and effective manner.<br />
  4. 4. Workplace & Athletics - Similarities<br /><ul><li>Relationships among workers/athletes
  5. 5. Encourage working together
  6. 6. Motivate workers/athletes
  7. 7. Promotes growth & development
  8. 8. Training employees/athletes
  9. 9. Use of additional peer coaches and self-coaching</li></li></ul><li>Learning to Coach<br />Start by mentoring a single employee, focusing one a single aspect of job performance<br />With success, new coach will add more employees, and focus on more aspects of job performance.<br />Similar in athletics:<br />Start as graduate assistant – responsible for minimal coaching tasks & smaller number of athletes, administrative duties, etc.<br />Move to assistant coach – responsible for more substantial coaching, more athletes.<br />Reach head coach position – full coaching responsibilities, managing entire team.<br />
  10. 10. Peer Coaching<br />Give introduction to company to new employees<br />Give feedback and assist with everyday job performance<br />Mentoring<br />Leading by example<br />“Inspire and direct athletes to their peak performance” (Craig)<br />
  11. 11. Self-Coaching<br />Employees are ultimately responsible for themselves<br />Assess your own shortcomings and strengths<br />Sometimes coaches are unavailable<br />“The only thing harder than change is wanting to change but not knowing how to proceed. Self-coaching offers a structure to guide you through personal and career growth.” (Sullivan)<br />
  12. 12. Three-Step Coaching Process<br />Preparation<br />Employee’s job performance – accomplishments, performance goals, action tasks, etc.<br />Discussion<br />Meet with employee, give feedback, tackle problems<br />Follow-up<br />Schedule follow-up meetings with employee, gathering feedback, improving coaching style<br />
  13. 13. Questions?<br />
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