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Coaching Techniques

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What Creates a Good Coaching Environment?

What Creates a Good Coaching Environment?

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  • 1. Coaching Techniques Definition : To allow individuals to realize their potentials and capabilities without demoralizing them.
  • 2. Inter-Depended Relationships Leader Team Member Team Member
  • 3. Relationship Cycle Understand their Capabilities Positive Feedback “ Always ” Get to Know your team
  • 4. “ Key Steps" How to Coach ?
    • Evaluate
    • Demonstrate
    • Limitation
    • Consolidation
  • 5. Evaluating
    • E xplain the task in advance.
    • V erify and check for understanding
    • A nalyze and “ watch what they do !”
    • L isten to their needs.
    • U nderstand their capabilities.
    • A im to improve the work.
    • T rain and Develop.
    • E ncourage them to ask questions.
  • 6. Demonstrating
    • D o it and show them how it’s done!
    • E ncourage them to learn.
    • M ake it simple.
    • O perate at their level for a minute.
    • N otice the difference.
    • S peak to them.
    • T ell them to show you if they understand.
    • R eward by saying “ Thank You Good Job ”
    • A llocate tasks.
    • T ell them your door is “ Always Open ”
    • E nsure the understanding.
  • 7. Limitations
    • L et them develop.
    • I nitiate new learning opportunities.
    • M anage their expectations.
    • I nvolve them in discussions.
    • T ell them where their authority ends.
    • S top them when it’s wrong.
  • 8. Consolidation
    • C onvince them to be positive.
    • O pen the discussion with a smile.
    • N ote specific points.
    • S tate facts.
    • O ffer simple solutions.
    • L isten to their side of the story.
    • I dentify the Gaps.
    • D esign an action plan.
    • A sk closed questions.
    • T reat the fairly.
    • E ncourage them to do better next time.