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THIS ONE CAN HELP IN UNDERSTANDING WHAT IS THE CONCEPT OF COACHING,WHAT SHOULD BE A COACH,IS COACHING FOR EVERYONE?

THIS ONE CAN HELP IN UNDERSTANDING WHAT IS THE CONCEPT OF COACHING,WHAT SHOULD BE A COACH,IS COACHING FOR EVERYONE?

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    • WHAT IS COACHING By EMRAN
    • DEFINATION
      • SOMEONE WHO TRAINS IN A PARTICULAR SPORT,GIVES PEOPLE SPECIAL TAECHING IN ORDER TO PREPARE THEM FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF GOALS OR COMPLETION OF TASKS IN THE BEST WAY.
      COACH
    • BUSINESS DEFINATION
      • IN BUSINESS CONTEXT COACHING MEANS IMPROVING PERFORMANCE AT WORK, BY TURNING THINGS PEOPLE DO AT WORK INTO LEARNING SITIATIONS, IN PLANNED WAY, UNDER GUIDANCE OF SOMEONE
      COACH
      • COACH
        • C ommunicate performance expectations
        • O bserve performance
        • A nalyze performance
        • C atch for optimum performance
        • H old people accountable to agreed upon performance
      COACH
    • A COACH’S ROLE
      • MANAGERS DO SAME THINGS THAT SPORTS coaches DO WHEN THEY DO COACHING THEIR MATES:
      • CONCENTRATES ON IMPROVING PERFORMANCE.
      • IS COMMITTED TO THE PLAYERS.
      • TALKS OF “WE” & “US” NOT “YOU” & “THEN.”
      • IMPOSE NO LIMITS TO THE PERFORMANCE OF INDIVIDUALS & TEAMS.
      • ACTS AS A ROLE MODEL FOR OTHERS TO FOLLOW.
      • STANDS BACK AND LETS OTHERS TAKE THE CREDIT.
      • CONTINUOUSLY LEARNS FROM SITUATIONS AND PEOPLE.
      • PATIENTLY WORKS WITH INDIVIDUALS ON THE DETAILS OF THEIR PERFORMANCE.
      COACH
    • A COACH’S ROLE
      • A COACH HELPS PEOPLE DEVELOP THEIR SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE OVER A PERIOD OF TIME.RESULTS RARELY HAPPEN OVERNIGHT.A COACH THINKS AND OPERATES IN A WAY:
      • LETS GO RATHER THAN WANTS TO BE IN CONTROL.
      • SHARE KNOWLEDGE RATHER THAN KEEPS IT PRIVATE.
      • ADOPTS AN OPEN STYLE WITH OTHERS BT BEING AVAILABLE.
      • INVOLVES PEOPLE RATHER THAN KEEPS THEM AT A DISTANCE.
      • ENCOURAGES OTHERS TO GO BEYOND THEIR CURRENT LEVELS OF ABILITIES.
      • IS A PARTNESHIP.
      YOU CANNOT TEACH A MAN ANYTHING.YOU CAN ONLY HELP HIM FIND IT FOR HINSELF . COACH
    • WHY COACHES ARE NECESSARY
      • The pace of change requires managers to produce results quicker than before.
      • Traditional ways of achieving goals, passing instructions, no more in today’s world.
      • People want more from their work.
      • Today’s managers have to manage the paradox of time, means how to invest time.
      • To invest in people effectively, the manager
          • must have fundamental belief that people can achieve whatever they believe is achievable (FIRST RULE OF COACHING).
          • NEEDS TO CONTINUALLY RAISE THE LEVEL OF BELIEF (THE SECOND RULE OF COACHING)
      COACH
    • WHO TO COACH
      • NEW STARTERS
      • CURRENT EMPLOYEES
      • PEOPLE YOU WANT TO DEVELOP
      DON’T FORGET THAT YOU CAN ALSO COACH PEOPLE MORE SENIOR THAN YOU COACH
    • BENEFITS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL
      • GAIN FROM THOSE YOU KNOW & TRUST
      • LEARN AT YOUR OWN PACE.
      • HAVE AN INPUT OVER WHAT & HOW YOU LEARN
      • DEVELOP THE SKILLS YOU NEED
      • CAN LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE
      • WILL NOT BE EMBARASSED WHEN MAKE BLUNDERS
      • CAN TRANSFER LEARNING ON SPECIFIC SITUATIONS
      • NEVER STOP LEARNING AND DEVELOPING.
      LEARNING IS A TREASURE THAT FOLLOWS ITS OWNER EVERYWHERE COACH
    • BENEFITS FOR THE COACH
      • BY DEVLOPING CLOSER RELATIONSHIPS
      • DISCOVERING NEW WAYS OF HELPING PEOPLE
      • FEEDBACK
      • HAPPINESS BY SEEING PEOPLE GROW
      LEARNING IS A TREASURE THAT FOLLOWS ITS OWNER EVERYWHERE COACH
    • WHEN TO COACH
      • WHEN YOU ARE ASKED HOW TO DO SOMETHING.
      • YOUR ADVICE IS SOUGHT BY OTHERS.
      • WHEN SOME DECISION IS REQUIRED.
      • WHEN YOU OBSERVE THAT JOB COULD BE DONE QUICKER, BETTER FASTER AND CHEAPER.
      • WHEN MISTAKES ARE MADE
      ANY SITUATIONS WHERE TO RAISE THE CURRENT LEVELS OF SKILLS, ABILITIES AND OVER ALL PERFORMANCE COACH
    • WHEN NOT TO COACH
      • IN AN EMERGENCY THAT CALLS FOR ACTION.
      • IF PEOPLE DON’T REALLY WANT TO BE COACHED.
      • WHEN CHANGE IS BEING FORCED THROUGH AN ORGANIZATION.
      • IN FORMAL DISCIPLINARY SITUATIONS
      COACH
    • NECESSAR SKILLS FOR COACH
      • DEMONSTRATE EXCELLENT INTER-PERSONAL SKLLS.
      • OBSERVE & CRRECTLY INTERPRET WHAT’S HAPPENING BEFORE DURING & AFTER.
      • HELP OTHERS TO LEARN & CONTINUE TO LEARN YOURSELF.
      • THINK ON YOUR FEET & TACKLE SITUATIONS CREATIVELY.
      • PAINT A PICTURE OF HIGHER LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE AND HELP OTHERS TO DO SO.
      COACH
    • IS COACHING FOR EVERONE ?
      • NO
      COACH