Who Wants a Coach?

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The role of the Coach is different from other professionals. Examples of roles often mistaken for coaching include teaching, counseling, consulting, and mentoring. This chapter makes the distinction amongst these roles, clarifies what professional coaching is, and explores its value.

C.O.A.C.H.I.N.G.

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Whether seeking to understand coaching, getting started as a coach, or further refining advanced coaching skills, acronyms are an easy way to remember important things. . As a starting point for professional coaches, the ICF’s 11 Core Competencies of a Coach outline the skills and their PCC Markers are the specific behaviors that demonstrate the skills. C.O.A.C.H.I.N.G. A = Coaching Presence. By Cathy Liska.

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Assessments in a Coaching Program

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Coaching professionals are faced with various challenges throughout their career. Successful internal coaching programs and private coaching relationships are hinged on the ability of a coach to provide an experience where a client has a safe space to explore options.

Coaching Teams

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Coaching is a fabulous tool for individuals and equally fabulous for supporting teams. What are the reasons for coaching a team? What are the steps for providing team coaching? Define Purpose – for example, decide if the coaching is to focus on relationships, tasks, or processes.

Agile Feedback: The Secret Weapon of Successful Organizations

Speaker: Angie Wideman-Powell, Director of Human Resources, ClearCompany

As companies make this culture shift, they need to be prepared to deliver feedback in an agile manner that provides employees with necessary corrective feedback in real-time. Managers will likely require coaching on how to provide employees with meaningful feedback in a professional and effective way. Join ClearCompany Director of Human Resources Angie Wideman-Powell to learn how to implement a consistent feedback loop and how it will improve employee performance and engagement.

Flow-Based Coaching

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Coaches are often asked to help organizations effectively tackle disengagement and foster a high level of engagement in work activities. These are backed up with positive psychology knowledge, examples of coaching questions, supportive tools, and cases illustrating how to work with clients.

Discovering the Coach Within

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Martin Laramie, an experienced coach and leadership trainer, approaches the coaching role from the perspective of a journey to authenticity from within. The following excerpt from his work explains this transformative process: When a coach is coaching from their center, each session can be very transformational for the coaching client. Authentic coaching only occurs when the coach has traveled the journey toward authenticity, competency, and credibility.

The Benefits of Coaching for Grantmakers

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A skilled professional coach is also dedicated to supporting and promoting the welfare of others – namely their clients. Similarly, a good professional coach is a strategic partner that supports, guides, and empowers clients to fulfill their personal or professional mission.

Employee Coaching Works When It’s a Part of Company Culture

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I ran across an article in Chief Learning Officer Magazine titled “ 7 Ways to Create a Coaching Culture ”. The magic of a coaching culture is that it is infectious.” When it comes to employee coaching, I believe that organizations want the results. Employees can coach managers.

How Feeling Identification Can Help Managers Become Impactful Coaches

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Use granular feeling identification to become a better coach. Identifying your emotions can help you develop the ability to control and regulate emotions , and coaching your remote employees to do the same can help build a more positive and collaborative work environment.

How To Create A Remote Workplace Culture That Keeps Employees Connected & Engaged

Speaker: Heidi Lynne Kurter, Workplace Culture Consultant & Leadership Coach

This pandemic has forced companies into the digital revolution faster than they could prepare. As managers try to navigate this new normal, they are challenged with knowing how to show up and keep their team engaged and productive. In this webinar, Heidi Lynne Kurter, Workplace Culture Consultant & Leadership Coach, will be speaking with us about how to efficiently conduct business virtually.

Book Review of Coaching Perspectives IX

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It is fabulous for those coaching or mentoring because you can apply the information immediately. Coach with a Strengths Based Approach. Flow-Based Coaching. Readiness in Executive Coaching. Discovering the Coach Within. Coaching for Job Search Success.

Coaching Agreement

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A written coaching agreement outlines the parameters of the coaching relationship. It is foundational to building an effective coaching engagement. A Coaching Agreement includes exploring what the client wants from the relationship as a whole and starting each session by determining what the client wants from that session. A written and signed coaching agreement is essential before starting the coaching relationship.

Coaching Competency

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The International Coach Federation defines and measures 11 Core Competencies for coaches. About Coaching Competency: Coaching requires a set of learned skills. Coach training both teaches the competencies and supports application of the skills. Coach-specific training builds on previous education and experience with a focus on information applied to coaching. Competency is Important Because: Coaches provide a service based on competency.

Diversity and Connection in Coaching

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At the Center for Coaching Certification, we value everyone as an equal and support achieving equity. Coaching supports diversity and connection. Examples of coaching questions that support diversity and connection include: What is your thinking about people who are different?

Using AI to Enhance the Candidate and Employee Experience

Speaker: Jeanne Meister, Founding Partner, Future Workplace

Future Workplace Founder Jeanne Meister will be sharing the latest research and use cases on the deployment of AI in HR so you can understand how artificial intelligence will impact, transform and enhance the candidate and employee experience.

Coaching Competencies Engage Coaching Clients

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During coaching certification , the 11 Core Competencies of a Coach from the International Coach Federation , ICF, are taught and developed. Coaching Competencies. The coaching skills from coach training are skills to develop in life in general.

Coach with a Strengths Based Approach

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On the other hand, when the bridge is brittle and unhealthy, then the likelihood of lost resources and compromise to performance and results is high. Learn more with the full chapter in Coaching Perspectives IX. by Monique Betty, MBA, PCC.

Addiction Coaching

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That is exactly what a trained addiction coach does. With addiction coaching, the addict is able to learn how to more easily manage things and make better choices for their life. Addiction Coaching. By Patrick Bailey, [link].

Coaching for Job Search Success

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Start by taking stock and asking yourself a few key coaching questions. For more great tips to help get you motivated, I invite you to review my chapter in Coaching Perspectives IX and gain insights for your next steps. Books and Resources Coaching Resources Coaching Skills Coaching Stories Skills Tools and Techniques change coaching Coaching for Job Search Success Coaching Perspectives goal job Job search reflect strengths

Bookmark This! Resources to Develop HR Competencies

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Developing your skills as a human resources professional is important. At this year’s Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference (SHRM), I ran across some wonderful tools to help with developing HR competencies.

Readiness in Executive Coaching

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Ready or Not, Here Comes the Coach! Ideally, coaching can be an inspiring game of hide and seek where we work with our clients to uncover hidden factors that impede progress or elicit unwanted behaviors. In my coaching practice, I love it when during the introductory session the client checks every box for the four stages of readiness. Are you ready to coach this prospect? If yes, then you are ready to coach. by Cheryl Procter-Rogers.

Coaching Language for a Coaching Culture

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Is coaching language a science or an art? Coaching uses clear direct language and powerful questioning, and this requires an awareness of word choices developed through coach training. . In other words, based on research and experience, it is both.

Leadership Coaching

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How do you coach for leadership? During coach training there is a focus on a positive, proactive focus for creating meaningful change that becomes a powerful approach for developing leaders. Coaching leaders is an opportunity for them to be inspiring, communicate the strategic plan effectively, reflect the vision, and motivate others to make the company goals a reality. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Phoenix Chapter. by Patti Oskvarek.

Career Coaching

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Here is an example of a career coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. Sometimes the challenge is recognizing which role will best serve the coachee – trainer, consultant, or coach. What are your resources for finding possible positions?

Why Coaching?

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Why coaching ? An individual who has a coach discovers their own answer with the help of their coach. An effective coach develops the 11 Core Competencies of a coach during their coaching certification to prepare for the process. .

Coach or Mentor?

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Often people wonder, Do I want a coach, or, do I want a mentor? Alternatively, a coach is a strategic partner that empowers you to explore and discover your own answer. A coach is valuable when you are ready for an advanced level of development and to create meaningful change.

Benefits of Addiction Coaching

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An addiction coach with their coaching certification and expertise in the area of addiction is prepared to help clients achieve goals, improve their life, and focus on living in recovery. Benefits of Addiction Coaching. By Patrick Bailey, [link].

Using Coaching Techniques

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Through the story of one client, this blog series demonstrates the application of various tools and techniques from coach training. A friend recommended coaching and Katrina called. . Starting the Coaching Relationship.

Coaching Competencies Empower Clients

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In the last blog, empower and empowerment were defined and then explored as part of coaching. Coach training involves a paradigm shift from giving solutions to empowering the client to discover and create their own strategies. Coaching Competencies Empower Clients.

About Coaching and Becoming a Coach

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What is coaching? The International Coach Federation (ICF), defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Coaching is: Advanced Development for Advanced Results.

Coaching and a Coaching Culture Differentiated

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The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “a strategic partnership in which the coach empowers the client to clarify goals, create action plans, move past obstacles, and achieve what the client chooses.” The ICF publishes a table that explains how coaching competencies are evaluated including reasons credentialing may be denied. Bottom line, if someone is telling, directing, or advising, they are NOT coaching.

Life Coaching

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Here is an example of a life coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. Because you want the coachee to be comfortable with coaching and with you as coach, you offer a free introductory session. What are your resources?

Serving You During Challenging Times with Free Group Coaching for Coaches

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Hi Coach! With the world facing challenges and change, there is an opportunity to serve both to help you take care of yourself and to support you helping others as a coach. Beginning April 3rd, every Friday at 4 PM Eastern US time is a free Group Coaching for Coaches. To join all Group Coaching for Coaches sessions, please use this link: [link]. During these group coaching sessions, we will explore what people want to focus on and accomplish.

Executive Coaching

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Here is an example of an executive coaching engagement using models, processes, and the coaching competencies. For an executive coaching engagement, you start with an introductory session to ensure you are a good match. What are your resources?

Coaching for Success

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When you consider the research on the ROI for coaching, the average return on investment is 600-700% – see [link] for more information. What is the reason coaching is so powerful? In coaching, the answer and direction come from within.