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This document was developed to help practicing coaches to understand essential skills of Solution Focused Brief Coaching practice.

This document was developed to help practicing coaches to understand essential skills of Solution Focused Brief Coaching practice.

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    • Solution Focused 101
      • Essential Skills of Brief Coaching
    • acknowledgement
      • It is with much gratitude that the legacy and generosity of our founders are remembered, practiced, and evolved everyday.
      • The concepts in this document originate from solution focused practice,compiled by Haesun Moon & Simon Lee.
      • Enjoy it responsibly.
    • Solution Focused Canada www.solution-focused.ca
    • Essential Skill I
      • Establishing the coaching agreement within the Code of Ethics and Professional Standards
    • Essential Skill I: Establishing the coaching agreement within the code of ethics and professional guidelines Establishing the coaching agreement within the code of ethics and professional guidelines
      • Description:
        • Demonstrates understanding of ethical guidelines and professional standards in all coaching interactions
      • Effects:
        • Establishes clear professional boundaries of coaching practice; acting within the Code of Ethics and with confidentiality, honesty and integrity.
    • Essential Skill I: Establishing the coaching agreement within the code of ethics and professional guidelines Establishing the coaching agreement within the code of ethics and professional guidelines
      • Competency Clues:
        • Establishes the coaching agreement with coaching details in the contract including coaching process, coaching relationship, and other administrative details addressing legal and ethical parameters
        • Knows when to refer to other professional assistance such as other counselling, consulting, or therapy
    • Essential Skill II
      • Cultivating Rapport and Trust with the client
    • Essential Skill II: Cultivating Rapport and Trust with the client Cultivating Rapport and Trust with the client
      • Description :
        • Creates a safe and supportive environment to connect with the client by respectful engagement, intentional empowerment, and authentic empathy. The strengths of the clients are identified and celebrated as the respectful coaching presence encourages and reassures the client to access areas of existing competence and confidence
      • Effects:
        • Builds empathetic coaching relationship to maximize the usefulness of the coach / coaching process
    • Essential Skill II: Cultivating Rapport and Trust with the client Cultivating Rapport and Trust with the client
      • Competency Clues
        • Uses Affirming, Reflecting, Reframing and genuine Compliments to build relationship
        • Creates a free and open environment to exchange information by maintaining a flexible (response-based), not-knowing, and curious posture
        • Uses humour appropriately and effectively to create positive and inviting setting for the client
        • Believes in the client’s potential and having the patience to find the ‘coachable’ ** moment(s)
    • Essential Skill III
      • Co-creating the Preferred Outcomes
    • Essential Skill III: Co-creating the preferred outcome Co-creating the preferred outcome
      • Description :
        • Co-construct the positive coaching goals by exploring the preferred outcome(s), and effectively using powerful communication tools such as questioning, allowing silence, and listening without judging
      • Effects:
        • Identifies goals / outcomes to provide direction for the coaching session
    • Essential Skill III: Co-creating the preferred outcome Co-creating the preferred outcome
      • Competency Clues
        • Negotiates and clarifies the coaching goals by asking questions seeking preferred future:
          • Miracle Question (M.Q.) to visualize “what’s wanted” and “what’s important”
          • Scaling Questions to assess motivation, clarity, confidence, and progress of areas identified as the preferred outcomes
        • Validates the client’s intention (values and goals) and co-construct positive and action-oriented goals
        • Clarifies the effects and consequences of achieving the goals
    • Essential Skill IV
      • Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies
    • Essential Skill IV: Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies
      • Description :
        • Based on the identified goal(s) and the preferred future outcomes, design strategies and small action steps to create the momentum for forward movement and growth
      • Effects:
        • Strategically explores details of past successes and small steps of identified goals to makes the preferred future plausible for the client. Progress and transformation then becomes purposeful for the client.
    • Essential Skill IV: Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies
      • Competency Clues
        • Uses solution-focused intervention questions ( S.C.O.R.E.)* to;
          • Explore the details of resources and preferred future the client brings to the session
          • Raise awareness of client’s internal and external resources related to the coaching goals
          • Invite the client’s self-assessment and suggestions while exploring options
    • S.C.O.R.E. Questions
      • SCALING questions help clients to move forward, generate useful perceptions and relevant information and achieve what they really want. Scaling can provide visual and emotional clarity; a sense of accuracy and a high concentration of thought.
      • COPING / CONFIDENCE questions help to illuminate capabilities and reveal the positive aspects of the situation to the client.
      • OUTCOME questions are used to elicit behaviour-based outcome goals.
      • RELATIONSHIP questions invite client to consider solutions from an outsider’s perspective.
      • EXCEPTION questions identify skills the client already has to leverage on.
    • Essential Skill IV: Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies
      • Competency Clues
        • Creates an supportive environment for communication by;
          • Mirroring client’s words
          • Using tentative language and non-expert posture
          • Use silence effectively to allow both the coach and client to reflect and respond
          • Facilitating intentional dialogue responding to the client’s needs rather than focusing on the coach’s performance
    • Essential Skill IV: Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies Facilitating Growth, Progress and Strategies
      • Competency Clues
        • Collaborates with the client to take ownership of goals and strategic steps (autonomous changes) by inviting possibility in the coaching conversation to move the client forward
    • Essential Skill V
      • Concluding the session with appreciative and reflective feedback for transformative success
    • Essential Skill V: Concluding the session with appreciative and reflective feedback for transformative success Concluding the session with appreciative and reflective feedback for transformative success
      • Description:
        • Adjourning (re-negotiating) with reflective feedback, exploring support system, and solidify the proposed plan of growth
      • Effects:
        • Provides an opportunity for reflective learning for both the coach and the client to sustain progress
    • Essential Skill V: Concluding the session with appreciative and reflective feedback for transformative success Concluding the session with appreciative and reflective feedback for transformative success
      • Competency Clues
        • Provides (offers) a guided session feedback and tentative suggestion(s) for change as necessary that addresses the client in their resources with affirmation and appreciation
        • Creates a space for reflective learning through session review and firming next small steps in detail
        • Takes an intentional Thinking Break
        • Explores and designs the existing social support systems through micro-questioning
        • Cultivates the support systems around the client to take responsibility for what s/he says and s/he will do
    • My hopes
      • I hope this made a small difference in your knowledge, skill, and attitude as you continue to appreciate, practice, and build solution-focused brief practice. Please let us know what you think.
      • www.solution-focused.ca
    • Music
      • Bag’s Groove by Oscar Peterson
    • Simply, thank you.
      • brought to you by
      • Haesun Moon