Webinar – Executive Coaching20th July 2011All materials are Copyrighted 2010 by Strategic Human Resources Management India...
Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
What is Coaching?“ Our chief want in Life is someone who can make us do what we can”-   EmersonThe ICF defines coaching as...
What it is not…          Counseling   Mentoring   AdvocacySlide 4
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Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
Types of Coaching Interventions                         Remedial                         Coaching          Transitional   ...
Benefits and ApplicationsFlexible                              Work climateleadership   Interpersonal               Succes...
Products of Coaching                         Self                       awareness     Long Term     Excellence            ...
Self Awareness           • Goals           • Values           • Vision           • Interests           • Strengths   Behav...
Self Correction and Self Generation                      Behavior              Structure of Interpretation           Langu...
Long Term Excellence              I know              you know    I know                           you                    ...
Long Term Excellence           I know           you know                        I know                         you        ...
Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
Establishing groundsIndividual                                 Organisation                   Open                        ...
Key Coaching Competencies to lookfor…                               Meeting ethical                               Guidelin...
Coaching Competencies                               Powerful                              questioning                     ...
Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
Successful coaching goes far   beyond the quality of delivery                                               •Business     ...
Successful Coaching should move tobeing business oriented      From Traditional Coaching         To Business Oriented Coac...
Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
Following a good process is critical    to the success of coaching                      Goal Setting                      ...
The Process of coaching is underpinned byTriple Loop Learning           Single Loop Learning                          Doub...
Multiple kind of coachingconversations must beadopted…Slide 25
…and a variety of coaching techniquesare needed support theseconversations   Asking open-ended questions   Maintaining s...
Structure1. Anjali Pillai   – Executive Coaching demystified   – Benefits and Applications   – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinis...
Leadership Styles                                   Climate    Measuring Impact1. Improve the performance                 ...
Questions ?                         thanks!Slide 29
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  1. 1. Webinar – Executive Coaching20th July 2011All materials are Copyrighted 2010 by Strategic Human Resources Management India, Pvt. Ltd. or Societyfor Human Resource Management unless otherwise expressly noted. All rights expressly reserved.
  2. 2. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 2
  3. 3. What is Coaching?“ Our chief want in Life is someone who can make us do what we can”- EmersonThe ICF defines coaching as: "partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize theirpersonal and professional potential."Slide 3
  4. 4. What it is not… Counseling Mentoring AdvocacySlide 4
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  7. 7. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 7
  8. 8. Types of Coaching Interventions Remedial Coaching Transitional Coaching Developmental CoachingSlide 8
  9. 9. Benefits and ApplicationsFlexible Work climateleadership Interpersonal Succession effectiveness planning Effective change Innovation management Reduction in Efficiency leadership turnover Increase in Commitment and employee output alignment and engagementSlide 9
  10. 10. Products of Coaching Self awareness Long Term Excellence Self correction Self generationSlide 10
  11. 11. Self Awareness • Goals • Values • Vision • Interests • Strengths Behavior • Weakness Thoughts FeelingsSlide 11
  12. 12. Self Correction and Self Generation Behavior Structure of Interpretation Language PracticesSlide 12
  13. 13. Long Term Excellence I know you know I know you don’t know I don’t Know You don’t know You Know I don’t knowSlide 13
  14. 14. Long Term Excellence I know you know I know you don’t know You Know I don’t Know I don’t know You don’t knowSlide 14
  15. 15. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 15
  16. 16. Establishing groundsIndividual Organisation Open Supportive Open Personality Committed type Motivated to Committed Culture changeSlide 16
  17. 17. Key Coaching Competencies to lookfor… Meeting ethical Guidelines and professional Standards Establishing the coaching Active listening agreement Establishing trust and intimacy Coaching Presence with the clientSlide 17
  18. 18. Coaching Competencies Powerful questioning Direct CommunicationManaging Progress and accountability Creating Planning and Goal setting awareness Designing Actions Slide 18
  19. 19. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 19
  20. 20. Successful coaching goes far beyond the quality of delivery •Business 1. Coach’s •Coaching competence and commitment •Psychological 4.Sound Business 2. Good Coaching Oriented coaching process Coaching method •Facilitated discovery, not •Positive regard and ‘tell’ acceptance 3. The Coaching •Dialogue not interview •Accurate empathy Relationship •Balance support and •Congruence/genuineness challengeSlide 20
  21. 21. Successful Coaching should move tobeing business oriented From Traditional Coaching To Business Oriented Coaching Therapist-patient  Business relationship relationship  Individualized approach One-size-fits-all approach  Uses self-awareness as a to development means to change behavior Self-awareness as an end  Focused on translation insights Focused primarily on into action toward personal insights, not action organizational results Unstructured approach and  Specific strategy & action interactions planning leads to performance breakthroughs Focus on individual only; little link to organizational  Links individual & organization realities and obstacles in issues; sets coaching in context changing behavior of environmental goals and obstacles to changeSlide 21
  22. 22. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 22
  23. 23. Following a good process is critical to the success of coaching Goal Setting Assessment Feedback & Focus Coaching Progress Review & AnchoringSlide 23
  24. 24. The Process of coaching is underpinned byTriple Loop Learning Single Loop Learning Double Loop Learning “Think of the things that you could do “ Do what you do well but even better” differently that would make a difference and act on it”  Enhance your current practice.  Determine what needs to change.  Build on your strengths.  This has to be actions, not just thoughts. Triple Loop Learning “Acknowledge the values and frames of reference that you have developed over the years and how they might be blocking you”  Challenge your values and beliefs.  Alter your underlying assumptions.Slide 24
  25. 25. Multiple kind of coachingconversations must beadopted…Slide 25
  26. 26. …and a variety of coaching techniquesare needed support theseconversations Asking open-ended questions Maintaining silence Using active listening Summarizing Initiating actionSlide 26
  27. 27. Structure1. Anjali Pillai – Executive Coaching demystified – Benefits and Applications – Selecting a Coach2. Mohinish Sinha – Key Success Factors – Process and Challenges – Measurement of Effectiveness3. Question and AnswerSlide 27
  28. 28. Leadership Styles Climate Measuring Impact1. Improve the performance 2. of coachee Organizational Measures•Enhanced self-awareness of • Employeeimplications of engagement andtypical behaviors. commitment.• Expanding ability 3. Business • Climate surveyto use differentleadership styles. Outcomes results.• Deeper • Externalunderstanding of evaluations ofhow to coach others. company• Ability to empower management andgreater collaboration leadership (e.g.,between best companies-departments. to- work-for list).• Improved ability todeal withinterpersonal Slide 28conflicts.
  29. 29. Questions ? thanks!Slide 29
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