Encouraging excellence through empowerment the coaching model

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Encouraging excellence through empowerment the coaching model

  1. 1. Encouraging Excellence Through Empowerment The Coaching Model
  2. 2. Unit 1 Introduction To Coaching dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  3. 3.  The aim of the workshop is to introduce you to coaching and support you to develop a coaching culture within the workplacedharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  4. 4. • Understand the client/coach relationship• Introduced to the GROW Coaching Model• Develop your coaching style• Discuss Myers Briggs Type Indicator Process dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  5. 5. • Your greatest coaches and mentors• Defining Coaching in a Leadership Context• Break• GROW Model• Introduction to MBTI• What next dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  6. 6. • Your name and role• Who throughout your life have been your greatest coaches and mentors (this could be both professionally and personally)• What was it about their style, character that was attractive• How did they influence you?• What difference do you think it has made to your life?• What one thing would you like to get from today? dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  7. 7. • What is coaching?• A coach is someone who supports, explains, demonstrates, instructs and directs others via encouragement and asking questions.• Creates the capacity for continuous improvement, development and success through supporting people and organisations to make best use of their knowledge, insight, vision, creativity, sensibility, and vast ability to learn and develop• Centred on goals• Non-directive, impose solutions or opinions dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  8. 8. TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP VSTRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  9. 9. • The transactional manager works through creating clear structures so that it is clear what is required of their followers, and the rewards that they get for following orders.• Punishments are not always mentioned, but they are also well-understood and formal systems of discipline are usually in place dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  10. 10. • Transformational Leadership starts with the development of a vision, a view of the future that will excite and convert potential followers.• Working for a Transformational Leader can be a wonderful and uplifting experience. They put passion and energy into everything. They care about you and want you to succeed. dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  11. 11.  TRANSFORMATIONAL • Compassionate leadership (acting as coach) • Thinking outside the box • Encouraging innovation • Exciting the masses/sharing the vision • Walking the walk TRANSACTIONAL • ‘If you do as we agreed, you’ll get the reward’ • Putting out fires • Hands off leadership (avoiding the issues) dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  12. 12. Active BuildingPromoting Creating the Providing questioning Trust positive right feedback and and outcomes environment listening rapport dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  13. 13. OwnershipIncreased Clarity and Increased positive andmotivation direction Productivity outcomes Responsibility dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  14. 14. • T - Topic• G - Goal• R - Reality• O- Options• W - Way forward dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  15. 15. Unit 2 Introduction To MBTI® dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  16. 16. • Developed by mother and daughter – Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers• Based on Carl Jung’s theory of Psychological Type.• Over 50 years of research• A framework for understanding healthy personality• No “good” or “bad,” better or worse personalities• Does not explain everything about people dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  17. 17. • Self understanding and development• Managing Training• Relationship/Team Building• Leadership Development dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  18. 18. • Are like “handedness”• Are not the same as skills or abilities• Are all accessible to everyone dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  19. 19. How do you prefer to be energised EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSIONWhat kind of information do you prefer to pay attention to? SENSING INTUITIONHow do you prefer to process information or make decisions THINKING FEELING What lifestyle do you prefer JUDGING PERCEIVING dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  20. 20. • Extroversion • Preference for drawing energy from the outside world of people, activities and things• Introversion • Preference for drawing energy from one’s internal world of ideas, emotions and impressions dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  21. 21. • SENSING (S) • Preference for taking in information through the five senses and noticing what is actual• INTUITION (N) • Preference for taking information through a sixth sense and noting what might be dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  22. 22. • THINKING (T) • Preference for making decision by analysing the logical consequences of a choice or action – staying detached• FEELING (F) • Preference for making decisions by gauging the impact of actions on your personal convictions – being involved dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  23. 23. • JUDGING (J) • Preference for living a planned and organised life.• PERCEIVING (P) • preference for living a spontaneous and flexible life. dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  24. 24. ISTJ ISFJ INFJ INTJISTP ISFP INFP INTPESFP ESFP ENFP ENTPESTJ ESFJ ENFJ ENTJ dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  25. 25. • Shows the distinctive ways you express your MBTI Step I type • Helps clarify unclear preferences • Suggests ways to use all parts of your personality • Helps you better understand othersJean M. Kummerow and Naomi L. Quenk, Working with MBTI® Step II Results © 2004 by CPP, Inc. Permission is hereby granted to reproduce this overhead master for workshopuse. Duplication for any other use, including resale, is a violation of copyright law. MBTI is a trademark or registered trademark of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Trust in theUnited States and other countries. dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  26. 26. • Coaching Toolkit• Email Addresses• Issue MBTI Questionnaire – <Date>• Return MBTI Questionnaire – w/e <Date>• Matching process and contact by coach• Feedback of MBTI – <Dates>• One to one coaching – <Date>• Any questions• Evaluation sheets dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099
  27. 27. THANK YOU dharmandar@gmail.com +91 9810643099dharmandar@gmailcom +91 9810643099

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