Coaching for Chapter Leaders Based on “Effective Coaching” by Myles Downey. Synergistic Relationship. Individuals join organizations to realize some of their goals Financial Learning Making a difference Organizations hire individuals to help fulfill its mission and reach its goals
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As a chapter leader, as well as in the workplace, there are three skill areas that you will need to use to assist individuals achieve their goals and benefit the organization:
Leadership is the element in your role that is concerned with the FUTURE
Management is the part of your role that deals with current operations
Coaching is a process of helping another individual realize their inner potential, delivering fulfillment to both the individual and the related organization.
“Coaching is the art of facilitating the performance, learning and development of another”
To remove any “interference” an individual might be experiencing in order to realize that individual’s own extraordinary innate abilities
Interference is anything that distracts the individual from being successful:
Coaching is not mentoring. A mentor is usually long-term, while a coach is for immediate performance issues.
This is setting the boundaries for the discussion:
The individual or team they are coaching is successful at attaining a higher level of performance.
It is not the coach who “wins”.
Doubt is a very contagious form of interference. To a team, it can be paralyzing and can quickly evolve into panic.
But potential is contagious too!
Potential is contagious. It also can allow a team to add up to more than the sum of its individual parts as unique talents are exploited and complemented.
Top three elements of successful teams:
In this stage, the team is able to:
“When people are achieving their goals, when those goals have some meaning and when learning and developing is part of the process, enjoyment ensues. These three components, achievement, fulfillment and joy, are interlinked and the absence of any one will impact and erode the others. Learning without achievement quickly exhausts one’s energy. Achievement without learning soon becomes boring. The absence of joy erodes the human spirit.”
The only way to become adept at coaching is to do it.
How will I help my team be brilliant today?