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Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
Building A Coaching Culture
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Building A Coaching Culture

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Building a Coaching Culture
Tiina Harmaja's presentation for Baltic Coaching Caravan 12.-14.November 2009.
Vilnius - Riga - Tallinn

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  • 1. Building a Coaching Culture<br />CoachingCaravan Baltia<br />12.-14.November<br />Tiina Harmaja<br />
  • 2. What if…<br />
  • 3. FOCUS<br />Solution<br />Problem<br />
  • 4. BUILD ON<br />Weaknesses<br />Strengths<br />
  • 5. Failure<br />Success<br />LEARN<br />
  • 6. LOOK FOR<br />What can be<br />What was<br />
  • 7. Coaching is not…<br />only a tool or a skillset<br />way to fix broken things<br />something that is done only by external professionals.<br />
  • 8. Coaching is…<br />a mindset<br />a way to communicate in everyday situations<br />a way to see the world, other people and possibilities<br />
  • 9. Culture eats strategy for breakfast<br />
  • 10. Organizational Culture<br />” A pattern of shared basic assumptions<br /> that the group learned as it solved its problems <br /> and their opinion of “the correct way”<br /> to perceive, think, and feel <br />in relation to those problems.”<br /> - Edgar H Schein -<br /> Organizational culture and leadership, 1987<br />
  • 11. The Goal of Coaching is<br />to evokelasting and measurable<br />cognitive, emotional and behavioralchanges,<br />thatsupport the coachee to <br />achievetheirgoals and<br />developtheirperformance.<br />
  • 12. The Goal of Coaching Culture is<br />To support:<br />Open communication<br />Awareness<br />New thinking<br />Ongoing development<br />Goal orientation<br />Performance<br />Empowerment<br />Success<br />
  • 13. “Leadership and culture are two sides of the same coin”<br />
  • 14. Levels of coaching<br />Organizational<br />Everyday<br />communications<br />Performance<br />Management<br />& PDD’s<br />Managerial<br />Internal<br />Trainingprogrammes<br />360 feedback<br />Specialprojects&<br />HighPotentials &<br />Executives<br />External<br />
  • 15. How?<br />Make a strategic decision and find the business reasons to change the culture<br />Ensure that all managers have at least the basic skills of coaching<br />Equip all employees with the skills to be coached<br />Ensurepositiverolemodels and supportfrom the top<br />Provide opportunities to review good coaching practice<br />
  • 16. Define a coherentapproach<br />Develop a cadre of mastercoaches<br />Adjustthe companymeters and incentives to supportCoaching Culture<br />Identify, recruit and develop the rightpeople<br />Communicate, trainand sharebestpractices.<br />
  • 17. Benefit : Goodleadership<br />Motivation<br />Retention<br />Productivity<br />Development<br />Work-life balance<br />Volition<br />Creativity<br />Commitment<br />Empowerment<br />
  • 18. Thank You!<br />www.businesscoaching.fi<br />

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