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Whatever the latest new trend or book about leadership, the fact is that you are dealing with human beings. Humans at work share fundamental needs that have never changed, regardless of generation, geography, nationality or gender: We all want to be informed, we want our opinions to matter, we want to be involved in creating changes and improvements, and we want to be acknowledged for our efforts. When you are coaching team members, cut through the clutter and address these needs in four simple steps: Clearly describe why something needs to change.
Answering the "why" question is a key motivator--it gives meaning to our work. Clearly explain to the team member how his or her performance affects the team and how that ultimately affects job security, promotional opportunities, recognition, credibility, chances for new projects, and financial rewards.
Confirm that your employee understands. Don't proceed until you and the employee are both perfectly clear. If you create enough value with your content, explaining the benefits of how executive coaching can help advance their career, or writing a case study about how your life coaching program helped a client overcome some challenge in their life, this can have a positive impact on helping that person take action, which is to contact you for more information or to make an appointment or to schedule a free consultation.
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7 Simple Super Tips for Coaching Awesomeness
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The GROW Model of Coaching and Mentoring
I totally subscribe to that. As a professional coach, I take real pride in my objectivity about personalities et al, and every client gets unbiased conversation and support. It is however, still a choice for us Coaches too. The more rapport and affinity you have the better the communication, candour, support and challenge can be had. But if there is no Chemo — let go! Taking time out up front, with clear conversation and exploration about the end game is essential.
Keep the goals few but super relevant. Too many goals — the less likely they will achieve them. Have no idea what to expect.