Coaching: What Is Coaching?
People today don’t generally want to be micro-managed. They look for autonomy and flexibility. Of course, in order to get them to that point they do need careful management and support, for instance, moving from ‘directing’ to a more ‘hands-off’ approach. Developing your coaching skills is the best way to free up your time, create independent thinkers and increase people’s motivation and engagement
- Defining and understanding the differences between coaching and other development processes
- The importance of setting objectives in the coaching process, and how to do it
- The perils of giving advice and identifying the alternatives
- An overview of the key skills you’ll need as a coach
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Coaching: Core Skills (Crisis, What Crisis?)Coaching: Core Skills (Crisis, What Crisis?)
Humans are hard-wired to avoid danger, and part of our early-warning system is our self-limiting voice, or Gremlin. Unfortunately, it’s more like a faulty alarm system, in that it sees danger where there is none, only discomfort and challenge. Here we learn not to fear but to adore, our Gremlin, moving through the discomfort to action, ability and confidence.
Coaching: Getting Ready for ActionCoaching: Getting Ready for Action
Whether as a line manager or part of a team offering in-house coaching support, you need to know what to plan for and what to expect at: the outset; during the process; and after your involvement has come to an end.
Coaching: Building Your Skills PortfolioCoaching: Building Your Skills Portfolio
Once you have the core skills of coaching you’ll find that in certain times and with certain people you’ll need something ‘more’. Whether to manage their behaviour or helping them when they’re genuinely stuck, here’s that something more.