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COACH: a model to aid improvement

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A model to help us work in coaching situations to aid improvement and results.

A model to help us work in coaching situations to aid improvement and results.

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  • 1. COACHa model to aid improvement
  • 2. Created 2013by Tom CurtisBlogs: www.onimproving.blogspot.comwww.leanlicenseplates.tumblr.comwww.improvementmodels.tumblr.comwww.corpsociology.tumblr.comwww.ideamerchants.tumblr.comPresentations: www.slideshare.net/onimprovingĀ Email: ideamerchants@gmail.comInstagram: onimprovingTwitter: @onimproving
  • 3. clarifyProvide insight into what is beingdone. If the student is clear onintent and purpose, they can focuson practice and improvement.
  • 4. observeWatch to understand and seein whole. If we see in whole,we can work on speciļ¬cs withproper perspective and focus.
  • 5. adjustMake an adjustment throughdiscussion, showing, and teaching.Work collaboratively with thestudent to strengthen the change.
  • 6. checkCheck the adjustment through practice.Reteach and work through together.Design a plan for further practice. Ifneeded recycle to adjust step.
  • 7. hanseiReview the interaction and extractlearnings. Apply learnings toimprove for future cycles or tocorrect the reviewed interaction.