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Coaching is a preview of the self-directed seminar titled A Step by Step Guide to Becoming an Effective Coach. It's a seminar for supervisors who want to become effective coaches and elicit the best …

Coaching is a preview of the self-directed seminar titled A Step by Step Guide to Becoming an Effective Coach. It's a seminar for supervisors who want to become effective coaches and elicit the best from workers.

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  • Coaching is an empowering relationship between a coach and a coachee that allows the coachee to change or strengthen a pattern of behavior in order to achieve a desired goal. A c oach uses feedback and a series of probing questions to help coachees achieve greater clarity, understand their preferences, and make better decisions. In this sense, supervisors at all levels seeking to elicit the best in their workers and sustain high employee satisfaction should possess and apply, daily, basic coaching skills. Unfortunately, using the power of coaching to elicit the best in workers is a relatively new concept. A handful of business schools are just beginning to include coaching basics in their MBA programs. Managers are more accustomed to workplace training and formal education as means for equipping and enabling employees to be successful at work. In a study published by the journal Public Personnel Management, Volume 26, 1997, researchers Gerald Olivero, Denise Bane and Richard E. Kopelman found that when training is combined with coaching, individuals increase their productivity by an average of 88 percent as compared to 22 percent with training alone. Written by Peter Adebi, leadership coach, author and founder of Star Leadership®, A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming an Effective Coach, is designed to equip supervisors at all levels of the organization with effective coaching skills.
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    • 1. A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming an Effective Coach By Peter Adebi 856-258-9022 www.starleadership.us service@starleadership.us
    • 2. Agenda
      • History, meaning and benefits of coaching
      • The supervisor as coach
      • The role of coaching in today’s workplace
      • Competencies for effective coaching
      • Coaching models
      • The coaching process
      • The role of the coach
      • Coaching tools and resources
    • 3. What is Coaching?
      • Historical overview
      • Idea of coaching goes back to Aesop’s Fables
      • The word “coach” is known to be first used in the 1500s
      • Coaching in the workplace is a recent development
    • 4. What is Coaching? II Definitions Relationship - Coaching is an empowering relationship Approach - A dignified, non-threatening, non-punitive approach to behavior modification Process - A proven process for achieving set goals Catalyst - A catalyst for achieving extraordinary results A Step By Step Guide to Becoming An Effective Coach
    • 5. What Does Coaching Do for You?
      • Achieve greater self-awareness
      • Maximize strengths
      • Find your voice and purpose
      A Step By Step Guide to Becoming An Effective Coach
    • 6. What Does Coaching Do for You? II
      • Gives you a patient, understanding partner in the journey toward eliciting the best in yourself
      • Gives you a safe environment to be vulnerable, to honestly explore your weaknesses without feeling judged or threatened
      • Gives you a confidential source of truth
      A Step By Step Guide to Becoming An Effective Coach
    • 7. Does Coaching Work?
      • 2009 ICF Global Coaching Client Study found up to 90% satisfaction level.
      • “ Coaching has a positive impact in clients' goal areas, as well as other areas that weren't originally identified as primary objectives.”
      • - Karen Tweedie, ICF President
      A Step By Step Guide to Becoming An Effective Coach
    • 8. Does Coaching Work? II
      • A MetrixGlobal Study of a Fortune 500 company determined that coaching produced ROI of 529%.
      • A Manchester Inc. study found average returns of 5.7 times the initial investment.
      A Step By Step Guide to Becoming An Effective Coach
    • 9. Core Competencies of a Coach (Behavior)
      • Mature Self-confidence
      • Positive Energy
      • Assertiveness
      • Interpersonal Sensitivity
      • Openness and Flexibility
      • Goal Orientation
      • Partnering and Influence
      • Continuous Learning and Development
      • Integrity
    • 10. Coaching Models
      • Coaching draws from behavioral sciences, management literature and spirituality.
      The Open-ended Coaching Model The STEPPPA Coaching Model The GROW Coaching model
    • 11. Coaching Models IV The GROW Coaching Model © Star Leadership® 2010 Goal Reality Options Will
    • 12. To learn more….
      • Visit www.starleadership.us
      • Call 856-258-9022
      • Or contact author directly:
      • [email_address]

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