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Premium member Presentation Transcript Coaching Skills 2013: Coaching Skills 2013We Need to Talk (1 of 11): We Need to Talk (1 of 11) www.readysetpresent.com Page 2Program Objectives (1 of 2): Program Objectives (1 of 2) Identify specific ways to build a coaching atmosphere. Understand the importance of the communication, participation, and good work climate factors of coaching to improve your impact and effectiveness as a team leader. Discover techniques for introducing critical coaching aspects into your management style. www.readysetpresent.com Page 3Program Objectives (2 of 2): Program Objectives (2 of 2) Develop motivation and communication skills that support your role as a coach. Assess your present coaching style and its strengths and weaknesses. Utilize coaching steps to create a work climate in which excellence becomes the norm with your employees. www.readysetpresent.com Page 4Definitions: Definitions 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. www.readysetpresent.com Page 5Can Coaching Effectiveness Be Measured? : Can Coaching Effectiveness Be Measured? The effectiveness of coaching can be measured when it is compared to set pre-defined criteria. Effective coaching should lead to changed behavior and improved work performance, while providing support for the employee. Criteria should be defined before coaching begins, and results should be analyzed based on that criteria. www.readysetpresent.com Page 6Benefits of Coaching: Benefits of Coaching Coaching is the most effective way to develop employees. Coaching is the key to managing multiple priorities. Coaching leads to improved employee performance, which leads to increased productivity and bottom-line results. Coaching increases employees’ self-esteem and job satisfaction. www.readysetpresent.com Page 7Three Defensive Behaviors: Three Defensive Behaviors www.readysetpresent.com Page 8Coaching Candidates (1 of 2): Coaching Candidates (1 of 2) Employees must be receptive to coaching, or the coaching will be ineffective. The employees must be: Open to feedback. Eager to improve. Aware of their need. Aware of the possible consequences of not improving their performance. Able to commit time to being coached. www.readysetpresent.com Page 9We Need to Talk: We Need to Talk www.readysetpresent.com Page 10Six-Step Coaching Model (1 of 2): Six-Step Coaching Model (1 of 2) Step 5: Set Goals, and Develop an Action Plan. Plan Build strategies, and agree on follow-up, including milestones and timelines. Strategize Consider training, one-on-one coaching, and resources. www.readysetpresent.com Page 11Coaching Feedback Tips (1 of 3) : Coaching Feedback Tips (1 of 3) Be descriptive about observable behaviors. Do not evaluate or use judgments. Do not put the employee on the defensive. Describe the behavior in the context of the situation. Only discuss changeable behaviors. www.readysetpresent.com Page 12 Adapted From: “Coaching for Peak Performance,” by U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesEmployee and Manager Symptoms: Employee and Manager Symptoms www.readysetpresent.com Page 13Employee Symptoms (1 of 2): Employee Symptoms (1 of 2) Is frequently tardy or absent Is defensive Complains Has a negative attitude Exhibits horn-blowing Maintains silence Avoids the manager www.readysetpresent.com Page 14Disciplinary Action – The Last Alternative: Disciplinary Action – The Last Alternative www.readysetpresent.com Page 15Steps in Disciplinary Action (3 of 3): Steps in Disciplinary Action (3 of 3) Updates to HR and the manager’s manager Termination discussion For a termination resulting from poor performance to occur, the manager must have a minimum of one counseling session per week. www.readysetpresent.com Page 16PowerPoint Presentation: What is your next step? www.readysetpresent.com Page 17PowerPoint Presentation: Download “ Coaching ” PowerPoint presentation at ReadySetPresent.com 145 slides include : 6 points on the untraditional approach, 10 uses for coaching, 3 points on measurement of effective coaching, slides on the characteristics and skills of coaches, the benefits of coaching, 3 points on defensive behaviors, 7 points on what coaching is, 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, 12 points on coaching candidates, 5 points on goal setting, Kirkpatrick's 4 level model, 13 points on avoiding coaching pitfalls, Six-step coaching model with in-depth descriptions, An eight-step coaching model 6 slides on modeling coaching behavior, 14 tips on feedback, 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, 4 slides on action steps, how to's and much more. 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