Coaching Made Easy Step By Step Techniques That Get Results by Mike Leibling, Robin Prior

By Mike Leibling, Robin Prior

With case reviews, problem-solving assistance, and confidence-building routines, this article will equip you to teach either members and teams and in addition give you a great self-development device.

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What other potential pitfalls can you think of, that we need to avoid? Any others? ’ Tip ‘Don’t expect the earth’ Don’t expect an ‘away from’ to get high-energy excited. ‘Fine’, ‘Great’ etc are not in their vocabulary. ‘I suppose there’s no reason why not’ or ‘I don’t object’ are as good as you’ll get. And they are also reassuringly letting us know, in their own way, that they’ve done a rigorous check for problems on our behalf. Tip ‘Don’t mind at all’ If someone is low on both ‘towards’ and ‘away from’, bear in mind that they probably genuinely don’t ‘mind’ what happens –unless you come up with an idea first, for them to move ‘away from’.

Example: ‘Tommy Cooper’s joke’ ‘I went to see my doctor, lifted my arm and said, “Doctor, every time I do this it hurts”. ’ Often, all that someone needs is to be given permission to give themselves permission to stop doing something. The behaviour they want to build on or change might be so familiar to them; they might always have done it this way. It might be a behaviour copied from a parent that the client assumes everybody in the world does. They may never have considered not doing it, and the simple act of creating permission can make a world of difference.

I noticed that on the one hand you said X but your body seemed to be wanting to say something different. Help me to understand, please? ’ Tip ‘More work needed’ ‘Help me to understand. ’, is a neat way of not blaming the sender of a communication, and of taking responsibility for not having understood, yet. When you are coaching, accept whatever changes the process presents to you, since the agenda is the client’s. Never measure yourself or your coaching competence by the size of change that has apparently taken place.

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