Personal Development Coaching presentation 2011

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  • My definition: “Coaching is a process that helps the student determine HOW to get from WHERE you are NOW to WHERE you want to be.” The coaches role is to ask you the questions that prompt you to think and then you come up with the answers. Coaches hold you accountable for what you say you are going to do.Another textbook definition I like, “Coaching closes the gap between where he/she is now and where he/she wants to be. It is a professional relationship with someone who accepts nothing but your best and who will advise you, guide you and encourage you to go beyond self-imposed limitations in order to realize his/her full potential.”Accepts nothing but your best – only get out of what you put into itSelf-imposed – Gremlin – inner negative voice that says you can’t do it, you’re not good enough, you will fail! Greatest killer or grand plans and great ideas!! Realize your full potential – coaching can help students reach their full potential
  • Where are you now as of this date… Feb 3, 2011?Where do you want to be on May 3, 2011 - 3 months (last week of Winter term)Where do you want to be on Aug 3, 2011 - 6 months (last week of Summer term)12 months– Feb 3, 2012
  • Personal Development Coaching presentation 2011

    1. 1. Personal Development Coaching Program<br />Summer 2011<br />
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION<br />Tracy Austin <br />Director of Student Coaching<br />Services<br />BS in HRM and BSMT 1992<br />MBA with Executive Coaching<br /> focus 2006<br />“Personal Aim” created in 1993<br />Share information about Personal Development Coaching Program<br />
    3. 3. AGENDA<br />What is coaching? Example<br />What are the goals?<br />How the program works?<br />Why request a Coach? Student testimonial<br />Common goals<br />What are students learning?<br />Contact information<br />Next steps<br />Questions and Evaluations<br />
    4. 4. WHAT IS COACHING?<br />Closes the gap between where you are now and where you want to be<br />Accepts nothing but your best<br />Go beyond your self-imposed limitations <br />Realize your full potential<br />
    5. 5. EXAMPLE OF A COACHING SESSION<br />Where are you now?<br />Where you want to be?<br />What goals to establish?<br />What obstacles are in the way?<br />What action plan to take?<br />
    6. 6. EXAMPLE OF A COACHING SESSION (continued)<br />When will you start and stop each action step?<br />How you want to be held accountable?<br />
    7. 7. AFTER A COACHING SESSION<br />What worked well?<br />What did not work well?<br />What would you do differently?<br />What did you learn?<br />How can you apply that learning?<br />
    8. 8. GOALS OF THE PROGRAM<br />Retain and graduate students<br />Expand the educational development<br />Boost academic experience<br />Explore, experiment and learn new ways of working, thinking and being<br />Deal better with change, clarify and pursue goals and change behaviors<br />Set personal development goals<br />
    9. 9. HOW DOES THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COACHING PROGRAM WORK?<br />Recruitment<br />Student application ->Matching process<br />Time commitment<br />1 to 2 hours per month<br />3 to 6 month relationship<br />Coach training<br />Information sessions for students<br />
    10. 10. HOW DOES THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COACHING PROGRAM WORK?<br />Initial discussion with students<br />Orientation – Coaching Information session via FranklinLive! recording<br />Key success factors<br />Students responsibility<br />Ongoing support for coaches and students<br />Quality assurance<br />
    11. 11. WHY REQUEST A COACH?<br />Learn to balance work, life and school<br />Learn tips for succeeding at Franklin<br />Learn to set personal development goals related to education<br />
    12. 12. WHY REQUEST A COACH?<br />Learn to be held accountable by an objective yet encouraging source<br />Open to trying new ways of learning<br />Increase self-confidence<br />
    13. 13. COMMON GOALS<br />Personal Development Coaching common goals:<br />Set goals related to personal development<br />Improve work, life balance<br />Improve time management<br />Improve communication skills<br />Improve motivation, self-confidence<br />Deal better with change<br />Overcome fear of failure<br />
    14. 14. WHAT ARE STUDENTS LEARNING?<br />Thinking from a different perspective<br />Sounding board<br />Encouragement and support<br />Increased self-confidence<br />Focused on goals<br />
    15. 15. WHO & HOW TO CONTACT?<br />Personal Development Coaching<br />Tracy Austin personaldev@franklin.edu<br />http://www.franklin.edu/personaldev<br />614-947-6774<br />877-341-6300 toll free<br />
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    17. 17. NEXT STEPS<br />Interested?<br />Coaching next steps:<br />Go to http://www.franklin.edu/personaldev<br />Fill out application<br />Receive “Welcome Email”<br />May receive call from Director<br />Begin matching process to find a coach based on your goals<br />Match – Email introductions, instructions, forms and process<br />
    18. 18. QUESTIONS?<br />EVALUATIONS<br />

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