Coaching and Mentoring
- Define coaching (and distinguish it from counseling, training, mentoring and other related areas)
- Use a 7-step competency-based coaching approach
- Learn how to quickly establish empathy and rapport (and establish productive, constructive relationships with individuals of all kinds)
- Listen to coachees more attentively
- Confront and challenge coachees in constructive ways
Then this 32-slide fully scripted PowerPoint on Coaching and getting the best from others may be just what you need to hold an interactive session with a group of people on this topic.
This is a workshop to help individuals who want to start coaching others to explore different strategies for building and maintaining effective relationships. It also explores different ways in which a coach can deal constructively with those difficult situations that will inevitably arise and with those awkward people whom a coach is bound to meet. The workshop therefore primarily seeks to help people looking to coach people more effectively. (Click here to see a sample of this Coaching PowerPoint.)
Becoming an effective coach is a progressive journey which depends not only on the coach’s insight into what is possible to achieve but how well he or she can get the best out of the person being coached. In other words, it is the coachee that needs to achieve any tangible results and to do this, he or she must feel confident that his or her skills and knowledge are strong enough to succeed. For the coach therefore (whether you are an internal or an external coach), the way in which you relate to people, listen, and then confront and challenge their current behaviors (and point to potentially new and better ones) is crucially important. This PowerPoint workshop helps to explore how this is best done.