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Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014
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Expert vs Novice Time Management Coaching - ICF Conference 2014

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Expert vs. Novice Time Management Coaching was presented at the International Coach Federation Conference in July 2014. …

Expert vs. Novice Time Management Coaching was presented at the International Coach Federation Conference in July 2014.

The edited audio is available at - http://goo.gl/3JxGFB - the slides are minimalist.

Visit my site to receive a great deal more information on time advisng: http:/mytimedesign.com

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  • As a coach how can you become so good at helping any client improve the way they manage their time that even a seasoned professional can benefit from hiring you?
  • As a coach how can you become so good at helping any client improve the way they manage their time that even a seasoned professional can benefit from hiring you?
  • How many of you currently have a client who considers themselves to be weak in time management? How about strong?

    How about someone who thinks they are strong, but they are actually weak?

    Merlus share – how a few years ago I was visiting Jamaica a few months after my mother took my program

  • Merlus share

    Our clients have become better, smarter

  • Time cannot be managed. How many of you have heard that? How many have a client who has said that to you?
  • Even as they show all the symptoms of having problems
    They don’t connect the symptoms with the cause
    They are proud
  • YOU – first slide - want to move from someone who provides anecdotes
  • You want to provide more than tricks and tips
  • You want to provide more than rigid rules
  • You don’t want to use someone else’ stuff without their permission
  • You can’t find much help in recent research
  • You r– quandry – there’s no “TimeCoach School” for this stuff, you make it up as you go along and hope you’re doing the right thing - A
  • What’s the best method you’d use to produce this diagnosis?
    Form yourself into group of 3-4 people and discuss this question briefly – what is the best method to produce an accurate diagnosis?
    Take 5 minutes
    What are some of the answers you came up with?
  • Give
  • Level of client leadership? Was the client being developed? Were rthey better able to do it next time? Was there pessimism? Or optimism?
  • Level of client leadership? Was the client being developed? Were rthey better able to do it next time? Was there pessimism? Or optimism?
  • What’s the best method you’d use to produce this diagnosis?
    Form yourself into group of 3-4 people and discuss this question briefly – what is the best method to produce an accurate diagnosis?
    Take 5 minutes
    What are some of the answers you came up with?
  • The result is a plan that can’t fail
  • Share back and forth a
  • Transcript

    • 1. Expert vs. Novice Time Management Coaching Presentation to the International Coaching Federation Conference 2014 Francis Wade 2Time Labs Audio Link- http://goo.gl/3JxGFB
    • 2. Strong start- question or claim …That Good!
    • 3. How many of you - connect Mom
    • 4. Clients: better, smarter
    • 5. “Time can’t be managed!” The distinction between the past, present and future… …only a stubborn persistent illusion.
    • 6. “I’m already good at time management” (…even with all the symptoms)
    • 7. Advice: “I know a guy who…”
    • 8. Tricks Tips
    • 9. Rigid Rules
    • 10. Recent Research “Memory”
    • 11. Time Management Coaches School
    • 12. YOU: Helpful, even to clients who know a LOT
    • 13. How do you get to that point? How?
    • 14. 3 Requirements Conceptual model Approach to Improving Way to Coach 1 2 3
    • 15. Don’t manage time 1
    • 16. A Time DemandAn internal, individual commitment to complete an action in the future 1
    • 17. Discrete, Psychological Objects 1
    • 18. 7 Fundamentals1
    • 19. Always, Already Juggling 1
    • 20. Capturing 1
    • 21. Capture Points1
    • 22. 7 Fundamentals1
    • 23. “Capturing” • Time Demands flow into your life and get collected in “Capture Points” • These are temporary points of storage / triage, where they wait for you to make a decision on what to do next with each time demand • Useful analogies: kitchen sink 1
    • 24. Potential Capture Points 25 Automatic • email inboxes (personal / work / private, etc.) • voice-mail box • postal mail-box • paper inbox • Twitter • Facebook / social networking • Beeper / text messages • notes passed to you on paper Manual • mental memory • paper pad • digital voice-recorder • post-it’s / bits of paper / palm of hand • cell phone / pda / smartphone • software (Outlook, OneNote etc.) • Siri on an iPhone 1
    • 25. Capturing Rubric 1
    • 26. 1
    • 27. White Yellow Orange Green Capturing Emptying Tossing Acting Now Storing Scheduling Listing 1
    • 28. Conceptual model Approach to Improving Way to Coach 1 2 3
    • 29. Approach to Improving2 ?
    • 30. Role Play Number 1 Practicing Diagnosis 2
    • 31. Role Play 1 – Diagnosis Practice Purpose: To discover good practices for diagnosing a client’s current skills. Exercise: In a 5 minute role play, the coach will diagnose 2 behaviors with a coachee. At the end, debrief the exercise for 5 minutes. 2
    • 32. Coaching Practice Session 1. Circle up into groups of 4/5 2. Role play – pick a Coach and a Coachee 3. The other group member(s) are observers 2
    • 33. Role Instructions Coach’s Instructions: Interact with the Coachee until a diagnosis of 2 behaviors in Capturing is complete. Take 5 minutes. Coachee Instructions: Play the role of a typical/average client 2
    • 34. An example of the End Result Save these results for the next step 2
    • 35. Role Play Time-Line 10 minutes: • conduct role play (5 min) • group debrief / feedback (5 min) In the debrief ask: “What worked?” “What didn’t work?” “What was missing?” Useful Principles 2
    • 36. Debrief both Role Plays 2
    • 37. Role Play Number 2: Creating a Plan with Milestones 2
    • 38. Role Play 2 – Creating a Plan Purpose: To discover good practices for setting an improvement plan based on a rubric of time-based productivity behaviors Exercise: In a 5 minute role play, the coach will develop a plan with a coachee. At the end, debrief the exercise for 5 minutes. 2
    • 39. Creating a Plan with Milestones Behavior Today 6/19 Milestone #1 Milestone #2 Milestone #3 Carry a manual Capture Point with you at all times White 8/31/14 Yellow 12/31/14 Orange 6/30/15 Green Use a manual Capture Point instead of a memory Yellow 9/30/14 Orange 3/31/15 Green n/a 2
    • 40. Coaching Practice Session - 1 1. Stay in the same groups 2. Role play – pick a new Coach and a Coachee 3. Coach’s Instructions: Interact with the Coachee until a plan is complete 2 Behavior Today Milestone #1 Milestone #2 Milestone #3 Carry a manual Capture Point with you at all times White Date/belt Date/belt Date/belt Use a manual Capture Point instead of a memory Yellow Date/belt Date/belt Date/belt
    • 41. Coaching Practice Session - 2 Coachee Instructions: Play one of the following roles but don’t tell the coach until the end: Role 1 – the passive client who needs to change but isn’t motivated Role 2 - the aggressive client who wants to become a Green Belt as fast as possible Role 3 – the know it all client who underestimates the challenge 2
    • 42. Role Play Time-Line 10 minutes: • conduct role play • group debrief / feedback In the debrief ask: “What worked?” “What didn’t work?” “What was missing?” Useful Principles 2
    • 43. Debrief both Role Plays 2
    • 44. Approach to Improving2 • Observation • Structured Assessment • Client Self- Evaluation Coach’s Options
    • 45. Best Practices • Train the client to do their own evaluations and plans • Allow them to take the lead • Explain and Teach right before they try it for themselves • Plus one more… a big one. 2
    • 46. Setting up a support environment 2 47 An Ironman triathlete Paid for the race Told everyone Got friends involved in the sport Made a schedule Set alarm on watch Followed online discussion groups Joined clubs Kept a journal
    • 47. “Fool-Proof” Client committed Based on Small Steps Ultra-Supported 2
    • 48. 3 Requirements Conceptual model Approach to Improving Way to Coach 1 2 3
    • 49. A New Way to Coach3
    • 50. Goal 1: To Use an Effective Consulting Process Satisfaction Business Success 3
    • 51. Goal 2: To Leave Coachees Empowered 3
    • 52. “My upgrade is working” 3
    • 53. “Plus, I can upgrade again whenever I want” 3
    • 54. An Effective Process in 8 Phases1. Gauging 2. Probing 3. Contracting 4. Teaching 5. Co-Diagnosing 6. Co-Planning 7. Co-Crafting an Environment 8. Supporting 3
    • 55. 1. Gauging: Is there a real problem? 3
    • 56. 2. Probing: How do we reveal the problem?3
    • 57. 3. Contracting: What’s the new agreement? 3
    • 58. 4. Teaching: What does the coachee need to learn? Capturing 3
    • 59. 5. Co-Diagnosing: How does the coachee’s skills stack up? 3
    • 60. An Effective Process in 8 Phases1. Gauging 2. Probing 3. Contracting 4. Teaching 5. Co-Diagnosing 6. Co-Planning 7. Co-Crafting an Environment 8. Supporting 3
    • 61. 6. Co-Planning: What do you do and when? 3
    • 62. 7. Co-Crafting: What environment does the client need? 3
    • 63. 8. Supporting: What long-term coaching help is required? 3
    • 64. 8 Effective Phases 1. Gauging 2.Probing 3. Contracting 4.Teaching 5. Co-Diagnosing 6. Co-Planning 7. Co-Crafting an Environment 8. Supporting 3
    • 65. Probing3
    • 66. Pick a client 3
    • 67. Probing: A High Stakes Conversation Goal: To agree on the new problem – time management – and shift the consulting relationship • A surprise? • “I already know time management” It could go badly 3
    • 68. How do we agree on the problem? Permission Purpose/Agenda/Logistics Feedback Model Client at face value? Start Coaching Temporal Behavior Patterns 3
    • 69. Skill Practice Session #3 3
    • 70. Role Plays - Probing Purpose: To discover and rehearse good practices for Probing Exercise: In a role play, the Coach will attempt to conduct an effective Probing conversation with a Coachee. At the end, debrief the exercise. 3
    • 71. Practice Probing 1. Stay in the same groups 2. Role play – pick a new Coach and a Coachee Background: They have been working together for the past 6 months on topics unrelated to time management or personal productivity. 3
    • 72. Practice Probing Coach’s Instructions: Interact with a current Coachee in order to convert them into a time management client. You have observed their late arrivals at each session and their persistent multitasking in coaching sessions. Take 5 minutes. 3
    • 73. Practice Probing Coachee Instructions: You have arrived at least 10 minutes late to each of your last coaching sessions. Play one of the following roles but don’t tell the coach until the end: Role 1 – the client who doesn’t understand what time management even means Role 2 - the client who is an “expert” at time management Role 3 – the client who resists changes in close relationships 3
    • 74. Role Play Time-Line 10 minutes: • conduct role play • group debrief/feedback In the debrief ask: “What worked?” “What didn’t work?” “What was missing?” Useful “Probing” Principles 3
    • 75. Useful Practices? Shout One Liners! 3
    • 76. Probing Cheat Sheet (available on my website at the ICF Conference page www.mytimedesign.com) 3
    • 77. An Example Skill Tracking Form Sep 22, 2012 Dec ‘12 Dec ‘13 Jun ‘14 Wilma 3
    • 78. An Effective Process 1. Gauging 2.Probing 3. Contracting 4.Teaching 5. Co-Diagnosing 6. Co-Planning 7. Co-Crafting an Environment 8. Supporting 3
    • 79. Teaching: What’s the stuff you don’t know? 3
    • 80. Teaching: New Distinctions • You take the lead • You illuminate a new principle in a way that makes something possible for the first time You could overwhelm 3
    • 81. Critical Content  Time Demands  7 Fundamentals  Peace of Mind 3
    • 82. How to Teach and Co-Diagnose? Teach 7 Fundamentals before Co- Diagnosing all 7? Alternate Teaching and Co-Diagnosing, one Fundamental at a time? 3
    • 83. Teaching Co-Diagnosing Steps 1. Summarize the Distinction 2. Distinguish the Extremes 3. Co-Diagnose with a Cheat Sheet 4. Look for Gaps 5. Complete Component Chart 3
    • 84. Teaching Cheat Sheet 3
    • 85. Skill Practice Session #4 3
    • 86. Role Plays - Teaching Purpose: To discover and rehearse good practices for Teaching Exercise: In a 4 minute role play, the coach will Teach “Capturing” to a coachee. At the end, debrief the exercise. 3
    • 87. Instructions • Stay in your same groups • Assign a Coach and Coachee • Coach’s Instructions - Teach the Coachee about Capturing. • Coachee Instructions: Play the role of the average / typical client. 3
    • 88. Role Play Time-Line 8 minutes • read over roles • conduct role play • debrief - distinguish at least 2 useful practices to use going forward (they may/not have been demonstrated) 3
    • 89. Useful Practices? Shout One Liners! 3
    • 90. In Summary…
    • 91. A relationship that works
    • 92. You can help anyone
    • 93. “You can help anyone” The strong The weak The oblivious
    • 94. Free Download www.mytimedesign.com Twitter @fwade

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