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Coaching, Coach & You - Envision Agile


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Effective yet Effortless Coaching

What is coaching about?
How can coaching help me in my professional life?
How effortlessly can I learn coaching skills?
How can I get more effective at coaching?
How can coaching help my leadership style?
Are those questions familiar to you? If so, please join me for the “Effective Yet Effortless Coaching” session. In this session, I will show you how effortlessly you can start to coach a person, and how by practicing simple techniques you can become a more effective communicator.

Great Leadership entails many skill sets, one of them which is coaching. One cannot become a great leader without having coaching skills in their toolkit.

In this session, you will learn a simple yet effective coaching model ( which you can integrate with your leadership style. You’ll get introduced to a coaching style that you can easily learn, inherit, make it your own and build upon that. A style that you can utilize it for short elevator ride conversations to hours-long sessions.

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Coaching, Coach & You - Envision Agile

  1. 1. Shahin Sheidaei | Coaching, Coach & You Shahin Sheidaei February 2018
  2. 2. Shahin Sheidaei | Hi, I’m Shahin Nice to meet you! 2
  3. 3. Shahin Sheidaei | What is Coaching? 1 many Telling Guiding Teaching Mentoring Consulting Facilitating Coaching NeutralGoal 3
  4. 4. Shahin Sheidaei | 4
  5. 5. Shahin Sheidaei | 5 Simple Coaching Model
  6. 6. Shahin Sheidaei | Counselor "You do it. I will be your sounding board.” Mentor "You did ___, you can consider ___ for next time." Partner "We will do it together and learn from each other." Facilitator "You do it, I will attend to the process." Teacher "Here are some principles you can use to solve problems of this type." Modeler "I will do it; you watch so you can learn from me." Observer "You do it; I will watch and tell you what I see and hear." Advisor "I will answer your questions as you go along." Expert "I will do it for you. I will tell you what to do." Results Responsibility ImprovementResponsibility Slightly Modified from Esther Derby & Don Gray’s Coaching Beyond the Teams Material, Which they adapted from “Choosing a Consulting Role” by Champion, Kiel, McLendon 6
  7. 7. Shahin Sheidaei | Thanks! 7