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Coaching (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 145 slides with Participant Handout

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Coaching (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 145 slides
with Participant Handout

Being capable of coaching is an important skill that can transform a manager's scope of influence. Coaching defined is: A directive process by a manager to train and orient an employee to the realities of the workplace and to help the employee remove barriers to optimum work performance.

PowerPoint Presentation Slides Include:

Definition/s of coaching
Learning objectives for this presentation
Slides on the characteristics and skills of coaches
The benefits of coaching, three points on defensive behaviors
11 points on coach characteristics
10 slides on “We Need to Talk”
4 slides on closed questions made open
13 coaching guidelines
7 points on the causes of poor performance
13 points on avoiding coaching pitfalls
Six-step coaching model with in-depth descriptions
6 slides on modeling coaching behavior
2 slides on 1-miute praising
3 slides on 1-minute reprimands
3 slides on steps in disciplinary action
5 slides on role-playing
8 points on observer guidelines
Learning how to utilize open and closed questions
16 action steps and much more.

Also included are: 6 diagrams/charts, & 14 high resolution photographs.

Plus 16 Additional New Content Pages:

Etymology / (Pages 7-8)
An Untraditional Approach / (Pages 9-10)
Coaching is Used for… / (Pages 11-12)
Can Coaching Effectiveness be Measured? / (Page 16)
Coaching is… / (Page 24)
Coaching Candidates / (Pages 31-33)
Setting Goals / (Page 34)
Kirkpatrick’s Coaching Model / (Page 35)
Eight-Step Coaching Model / (Pages 90-91)
Coaching Feedback Tips / (Pages 100-102)

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Coaching (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 145 slides with Participant Handout

  1. 1. COACHING readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. readysetpresent.com Program Objectives ( 1 of 3 ) Coaching 2 Identify specific ways to build a coaching atmosphere. Discover techniques for introducing critical coaching aspects into your management style. Understand the importance of the communication, participation, and good work climate factors of coaching to improve your impact and effectiveness as a team leader.
  3. 3. readysetpresent.com Program Objectives ( 2 of 3 ) Coaching 3 Assess your present coaching style and its strengths and weaknesses. Develop motivation and communication skills that support your role as a coach. Utilize coaching steps to create a work climate in which excellence becomes the norm with your employees.
  4. 4. readysetpresent.com Coaching for excellence - Objectives ( 3 of 3 ) Coaching 4 Explore the importance of coaching as a management skill. Uncover your strengths as a coach. Describe the techniques to improve performance effectively. Demonstrate how to coach an employee.
  5. 5. A CHALLENGE Please Write A One Sentence Definition For COACHING
  6. 6. readysetpresent.com Definitions Coaching 6 Coaching: A directive process by a manager to train and orient an employee to the realities of the workplace and to help the employee remove barriers to optimum work performance. Counseling: A supportive process facilitated by a manager to help an employee define and work through personal problems that affect job performance.
  7. 7. readysetpresent.com Etymology (1 of 2) Coaching 7 The word “coach” came from the Middle French word, “coche,” the German word “kotsche,” and the Hungarian word, “kocsi” in the 1550’s. The original meaning was a “large kind of carriage.” The word was named after Kocs, the village in which it was first made. Online Etymology Dictionary
  8. 8. readysetpresent.com Etymology (2 of 2) Coaching 8 The meaning “instructor/trainer” is Oxford University slang for a tutor. The word “coach” has recently been applied to the workplace. The athletic sense of the word is from 1861. Online Etymology Dictionary
  9. 9. readysetpresent.com An Untraditional Approach (1 of 2) Coaching 9 Coaching is an untraditional approach to management. Coaching uses influence and leadership for management. Coaching embodies: • Trust and confidence in the knowledge and decision-making skills of employees. • Acceptance of employees as valuable, contributing members of the organization. Adapted From: “Coaching for Peak Performance,” by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  10. 10. readysetpresent.com An Untraditional Approach (2 of 2) Coaching 10 The traditional approach uses management to direct activities. The traditional approach embodies: • The belief that management has all of the knowledge and decision-making rights. • The belief that employees exist to follow the orders of the management. Coaching combines management with guidance. Adapted From: “Coaching for Peak Performance,” by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  11. 11. readysetpresent.com Coaching is Used for (1 of 2) Coaching 11 Providing support and encouragement. Reviewing experiences. Discussing feelings and frustrations. Checking perceptions. Fine-tuning skills and strategies. Analyzing behavior and decision-making skills. Adapting skills and strategies. Adapted From: “Coaching for Peak Performance,” by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  12. 12. readysetpresent.com Coaching is Used for (2 of 2) Coaching 12 Providing guidance for employees in need of assistance Helping employees adapt to the workplace. Discouraging negative behaviors while encouraging positive ones.
  13. 13. readysetpresent.com Opportunities For Training Coaching 13 Procedural changes Shifted/changed responsibilities Reallocation of employees New tools and equipment
  14. 14. readysetpresent.com Opportunities For Counseling Coaching 14 Emotional outbursts Tardiness or absences Erratic behavior
  15. 15. readysetpresent.com Opportunities For Coaching Coaching 15 Appearing unmotivated Excessive errors Missing deadlines Falling below standards Displaying need to fine-tune skills
  16. 16. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT US AT readysetpresent.com readysetpresent.com

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