Coaching-A Leadership Skill

Coaching-​A Lead­er­ship Skill

Coach, Role Model, Coun­selor, Sup­porter, Guide…do these words ring a bell? Being a coach involves being a role model, some­times a coun­selor or sup­porter, and always a guide. Coach­ing is based on a part­ner­ship that involves giv­ing both sup­port and chal­leng­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties to employ­ees. Know­ing how and when to coach is an essen­tial skill that can ben­e­fit both you and your organization.

This one-​day work­shop will help you become a bet­ter coach in all senses of the word.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Under­stand how coach­ing can be used to develop your team.
  • Develop the coach­ing skills that help improve indi­vid­ual performance.
  • Demon­strate the behav­iors and prac­tices of an effec­tive coach.
  • Rec­og­nize employ­ees’ strengths and give them the feed­back they need to succeed.
  • Iden­tify employee prob­lems and ways you can help to cor­rect them.

What You Will Cover:

  • Defin­ing coaching
  • The two schools of coaches
  • Five crit­i­cal coach­ing skills
  • Com­mu­ni­ca­tions skills
  • Non-​verbal communication
  • Johari Win­dows
  • Learn­ing styles and principles
  • Meth­ods of feedback
  • Benefits/​consequences approach
  • Deal­ing with prob­lem employees
  • When not to coach

Intro­duc­tion and Course Overview

You will spend the first part of the day get­ting to know par­tic­i­pants and dis­cussing what will take place dur­ing the
work­shop. Stu­dents will also have an oppor­tu­nity to iden­tify their per­sonal learn­ing objectives.

Defin­ing Coach­ing
The first part of the morn­ing will be spent explor­ing what coach­ing means (in gen­eral and to par­tic­i­pants), review­ing
coach­ing skills, and eval­u­at­ing the pre-​assignment.

Inter­per­sonal Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Skills
Com­mu­ni­cat­ing well is a key aspect of suc­cess­ful coach­ing. Dur­ing this ses­sion, par­tic­i­pants will explore dif­fer­ent
com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills and cre­ate an action plan.

Joe Luft and Harry Ingra­ham devel­oped the Johari win­dows con­cept, a way of look­ing at our self-​awareness and our abil­ity
to ask feed­back of oth­ers. This ses­sion will look at the win­dow and exam­ine how we can use it when coaching.

Crit­i­cal Coach­ing Skills
Par­tic­i­pants will exam­ine impor­tant coach­ing skills in small groups, includ­ing help­ing, men­tor­ing, teach­ing, and
chal­leng­ing skills.

More on Com­mu­ni­ca­tion
This lec­turette will exam­ine two pow­er­ful, sim­ple coach­ing tools: ask­ing ques­tions and listening.

Learn­ing Styles and Prin­ci­ples
We learn in three dif­fer­ent ways: by see­ing, by hear­ing, and by doing. In a large group dis­cus­sion, par­tic­i­pants will
iden­tify ways to incor­po­rate these meth­ods into coaching.

Dur­ing this ses­sion, we will exam­ine a tool that coaches can use to help gain buy-​in for change from employees.

Skills Involved in Coach­ing
Par­tic­i­pants will work in small groups to com­plete a mix-​and-​match exer­cise that will famil­iar­ize them with key coach­ing

The Coach­ing Model
This ses­sion will explore a four-​step coach­ing model that can be applied to any situation.

Feed­back is an essen­tial com­po­nent of coach­ing. You will dis­cuss types of feed­back and offer some tips in lec­ture for­mat
dur­ing this session.

Coach­ing Prob­lems
To wrap up the day, par­tic­i­pants will exam­ine case stud­ies and offer solutions.

Work­shop Wrap-​Up
At the end of the day, stu­dents will have an oppor­tu­nity to ask ques­tions and fill out an action plan.

Short Descrip­tion

Coach, Role Model, Coun­selor, Sup­porter, Guide…do these words ring a bell? Being a coach involves being a role model, some­times a coun­selor or sup­porter, and always a guide.

Course Info

One Days — 8 hr :

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