Employee Coaching with Scott Eblin [Rypple Leadership Series]

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What can leaders do to get to the next level and help their business get to the next level? How can they improve productivity and goal setting? What are the challenges leaders face and how can leaders turn those challenges into opportunities to be even more effective?

On Tuesday December 13th, author and executive coach Scott Eblin, joined Rypple for a webinar to share some insights with our audience on coachable moments.

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  • Pick Up Focus, Let Go of Multitasking
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  • 10 minutes for this slide and the last one – 30 minutes total
  • 15-20 min[Insert your story.]What do you have to do to be accountable vs. responsible?It’s not just about having systems and processes in place, but it’s also about the satisfaction from achieving results through others.What works for you?Have them tell stores about moving from accountable to responsible.Flipchart: Best Practices for monitoring results.
  • 15-20 min[Insert your story.]What do you have to do to be accountable vs. responsible?It’s not just about having systems and processes in place, but it’s also about the satisfaction from achieving results through others.What works for you?Have them tell stores about moving from accountable to responsible.Flipchart: Best Practices for monitoring results.
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  • Employee Coaching with Scott Eblin [Rypple Leadership Series]

    1. 1. Coachable Moments:Leadership Tools You Can Use Everyday
    2. 2. Rypple Leadership Series Your Host Our Guest Nick Stein Scott Eblin Leadership Strategis t Director of Content & Media Author of “The Next Level” Rypple @ScottEblin @stein_nick
    3. 3. Social Goals 2.0
    4. 4. Rypple Leadership Series Your Host Our Guest Nick Stein Scott Eblin Leadership Strategis t Director of Content & Media Author of “The Next Level” Rypple @ScottEblin @stein_nick
    5. 5. How We’ll Flow What from Scott: • Share some tools that will help you reach your goals throughout the day What from You: • Participation through: − Polls − Chat Slides − Questions
    6. 6. Game Plan Set things up Coachable Moments in action Your next steps
    7. 7. Leadership Presence =
    8. 8. PersonalLeadership Presence =
    9. 9. PersonalLeadership + Presence = Team
    10. 10. PersonalLeadership + Presence = Team + Organizational
    11. 11. Next Level Model ofLeadership Presence
    12. 12. Poll Question Which is harder… •picking up •or letting go?
    13. 13. Highest Rated Behaviors Accept accountability for my team’s mistakes or failures and move quickly to correct them Make timely decisions based on the available information Contribute to creating an environment in which everyone is comfortable engaging in open and honest dialogue Am clear about the outcomes that need to be achieved and communicate those to the team Take accountability for working with peers to address opportunities or solve problems that fall outside of my functional role
    14. 14. Lowest Rated Behaviors Pace myself by building in regular breaks from work Manage workload so that I have time for unexpected problems or issues Give others my full presence and attention during meetings and conversations Regularly take time to step back and define or redefine what needs to be done Build a network to stay connected to the market and gain fresh perspective
    15. 15. Poll Question Do you think of yourself or do others think of you as a go to person? •Yes •No
    16. 16. Go To Person or…
    17. 17. a Team of Go- To People?
    18. 18. It’s All About the Leverage A key question for leaders:
    19. 19. It’s All About the Leverage A key question for leaders: What is it that only I can do?
    20. 20. Our Heroine
    21. 21. Coachable Moments from The Next Level
    22. 22. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    23. 23. Prepare Like an Olympian
    24. 24. What’s Your Picture? Take a look at next week’s calendar. What’s coming up where you could benefit from having a clear picture? • What’s the outcome you’re trying to create? • How do you need to show up to make that outcome likely?
    25. 25. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    26. 26. Coaching for Development: Working the GAPS Where the coachee is Where the coachee wants to be Abilities Goals What they can do What they want to do Coachee’s view Perceptions Standards How others see them What’s expected Others’ viewSource: Peterson and Hicks
    27. 27. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    28. 28. Three Options for Building in Breaks
    29. 29. Three Options for Building in Breaks  Grinding Halts: • Relatively rare periods of extended time away from one’s primary focus From Stopping by David Kundtz
    30. 30. Three Options for Building in Breaks  Stopovers: • Longer breaks of hours or days; taking time off  Grinding Halts: • Relatively rare periods of extended time away from one’s primary focus From Stopping by David Kundtz
    31. 31. Three Options for Building in Breaks  Stillpoints: • Brief cues or interludes throughout the day to take a break, stop and center.  Stopovers: • Longer breaks of hours or days; taking time off  Grinding Halts: • Relatively rare periods of extended time away from one’s primary focus From Stopping by David Kundtz
    32. 32. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    33. 33. Framing the Communication What? So What? Now What?
    34. 34. Framing the Communication What?  What’s the topic or point?
    35. 35. Framing the Communication What?  What’s the topic or point? So What?  Why should this person or group care? What’s in it for them?
    36. 36. Framing the Communication What?  What’s the topic or point? So What?  Why should this person or group care? What’s in it for them? Now What?  What do I want them to do, think, feel or believe to support the next step?
    37. 37. Framing the Communication What?  What’s the topic or point? So What?  Why should this person or group care? What’s in it for them? Now What?  What do I want them to do, think, feel or believe to support the next step?
    38. 38. Framing the Communication What?  What’s the topic or point? So What?  Why should this person or group care? What’s in it for them? Now What?  What do I want them to do, think, feel or believe to support the next step?
    39. 39. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    40. 40. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    41. 41. Coaching for Results: The GROW Model Goal Reality What would successGoal look like?RealityOptions What’s Next? OptionsWhat’s Next?Based on a model developed by John Whitmore
    42. 42. Coaching for Results: The GROW Model Goal Reality What would success What is happeningGoal look like? now?Reality What’s Next? OptionsOptionsWhat’s Next?Based on a model developed by John Whitmore
    43. 43. Coaching for Results: The GROW Model Goal Reality What would success What is happeningGoal look like? now?Reality What’s Next? OptionsOptions What else could youWhat’s Next? try?Based on a model developed by John Whitmore
    44. 44. Coaching for Results: The GROW Model Goal Reality What would success What is happeningGoal look like? now?Reality What’s Next? OptionsOptions What are your next What else could youWhat’s Next? few steps? try?Based on a model developed by John Whitmore
    45. 45. Coaching for Results: The GROW Model Goal Reality What would success What is happeningGoal look like? now?Reality What’s Next? OptionsOptions What are your next What else could youWhat’s Next? few steps? try?Based on a model developed by John Whitmore
    46. 46. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    47. 47. Prepare Like an Olympian
    48. 48. Key Events in Her Day8:15 am: Arrive, review, plan, initiate, respond9:00 am: Career planning conversation10:00 am: Break11:00 am: Executive team presentation planning conversation12:00 pm: Lunch with a friend1:30 pm: Coaching conversation with project leader2:30 pm: Break3:00 pm: All hands meetingThroughout Day: MBWA
    49. 49. Connecting People to the Big Picture Purpose What are we here to do?
    50. 50. Communicating the Change Purpose What are we here to do? Picture What will it look like when we’re meeting our purpose?
    51. 51. Communicating the Change Purpose What are we here to do? Picture What will it look like when we’re meeting our purpose? Plan What are the steps to create the picture?
    52. 52. Communicating the Change Purpose What are we here to do? Picture What will it look like when we’re meeting our purpose? Plan What are the steps to create the picture? Part to Play What you do that fits into the plan.
    53. 53. Communicating the Change Purpose What are we here to do? Picture What will it look like when we’re meeting our purpose? Plan What are the steps to create the picture? Part to Play What you do that fits into the plan.
    54. 54. What’s Next?
    55. 55. What’s Next? We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. – Aristotle
    56. 56. Start with Quick Wins
    57. 57. Wisdom fromthe Wizard of Westwood “When you improve a little each day, eventually big things occur… Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That’s the only way it happens and when it happens, it lasts.” - John Wooden, record setting coach
    58. 58. Stay Connected E-mail: • scott@eblingroup.com Web: • www.eblingroup.com Blog: • www.scotteblin.com Twitter: • @scotteblin Phone: • 888-242-4680
    59. 59. Questions?

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