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Coaching. A Path to Long Term Excellence. Why Coaching Now. Innovation is endless Retention of people Working in a multicultural environment Others?. Desired Results of Coaching. Long Term Excellent Performance Self-Correction Self-Generation. Amoeba Model vs. What Really Happens.

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coaching

Coaching

A Path to Long Term Excellence

why coaching now
Why Coaching Now
  • Innovation is endless
  • Retention of people
  • Working in a multicultural environment
  • Others?

Karyn Lazarus 541-917-1873

desired results of coaching
Desired Results of Coaching
  • Long Term Excellent Performance
  • Self-Correction
  • Self-Generation

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amoeba model vs what really happens
Amoeba Model vs. What Really Happens

Sugar

(reward)

Needle

(poke)

  • Doesn’t have long term effect
  • Rewards can occur w/o effort
  • Eliminates self-correction
  • Action only taken when prompted
  • Eliminates self-generation

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premises of coaching
Premises of Coaching

Behavior

Structure of Interpretation

Language

Practices

  • Job of coach:
  • Understand the client’s structure of interpretation
  • In partnership alter this structure to get desired outcomes
  • By providing a new language (self-correction and self-generation) and
  • By providing practices (long term excellent performance)

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coaching principles
Coaching Principles

Relationship

Mutually Satisfying Based on Mutual Respect

Mutual Trust

Freedom of Expression

  • Pragmatism
  • Outcome based
  • Relentless Correction
  • Two Tracks
  • Client and coach engaged in
  • learning
  • Breakdowns may occur in either’s
  • commitment or competence
  • Always/Already
  • Always in the middle of
  • something
  • Not empty vessels
  • Immediate concerns
  • Current commitments
  • Techniques Don’t Work
  • Manipulative
  • Undermine dignity
  • Foster resistance and resentment

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coaching process
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

Observe/

Assess

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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coaching process1
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

  • Shared commitment
  • Mutual Trust
  • Mutual Respect
  • Mutual Freedom of Expression

Observe/

Assess

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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coaching process2
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

  • Types of Openings
    • Performance Review
    • New Skill
    • Expressed frustration, need or

disappointment

    • Interruption in accomplishment
    • Broken promises
    • Requests
    • Business needs: high/lower costs
  • Resistances
    • Habit
    • Social Identity

Observe/

Assess

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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coaching process3
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

  • A way of speaking about
  • the person, it is not the person
  • Keep the client a mystery
  • Validity of process is based on
  • usefulness

Observe/

Assess

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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coaching process4
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

Observe/

Assess

  • Define outcomes
  • Establish commitment of
  • coach
  • Establish commitment of client
  • Confront potential hindrances
  • Continue steps until completion

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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coaching process5
Coaching Process

Establish

Relationship

Recognize

Opening

Observe/

Assess

Enroll

Client

Coaching

Conversation

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sample self observation exercise
Sample Self-Observation Exercise
  • Invent, by declaration, an internal separation in yourself. Divide yourself into two persons, one who acts/reacts in life and one who observes and is passive in life.
  • Begin to observe how you react in life. Observe what happens (life) and then what you do, say, feel, think, your reactions, etc. Observe quietly, passively. Keep noticing your judgment about yourself, about others, about life. Observe your internal states as well as what you show the world.
  • At the end of each day, scan through your day again and note what happened and how you reacted.
  • Do this exercise for ten days.

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sample practice exercise
Sample Practice Exercise
  • Objective: To become aware of my challenging behaviors and their consequences.
  • Instructions:
  • Stop twice each day – at midday and at the end of the day --- and ask yourself the following questions.
  • I suggest you anticipate this exercise by observing yourself throughout your day. You may wish to
  • record your responses in your journal.
  • Who did I challenge today?
  • Why?
  • What were al the outcomes of this challenge
  • What actions will I take from what I observed?

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Appendix

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assessment model 5 elements model
Assessment Model: 5 Elements Model
  • Immediate concerns
    • Ask what those are
  • Commitments
    • Competency to achieve commitments
  • Future Possibilities
    • Desired achievements
    • Potential roadblocks
    • Potential solutions
  • Personal/Cultural History
  • Mood

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assessment model domains of competence
Assessment Model: Domains of Competence

Qualities: Rigor, objectivity, persistence, creativity,

focus.

Skills: Analyzing, predicting, simplifying, building

Models, organizing and prioritizing.

Facts and

Events

Qualities: Empathy, openness,

Optimism, faith, reliability.

Skills: Listening, speaking,

setting standards, learning,

and innovating.

Relationship

(others)

Qualities: Vision, passion, integrity,

Trust, curiosity, daring.

Skills: self-observation, -knowledge,

-management, -remembering,

-consistency.

Self-Management (I)

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assessment model components of satisfaction and effectiveness
Assessment Model: Components of Satisfaction and Effectiveness
  • Intellect
    • Making distinctions
    • Predicting consequences of action
  • Emotion
    • Bring people or events close or moving them away
  • Will
    • What is said will happen does happen
  • Context
    • Done inside of purpose
  • Soul
    • Compassion/kindness
    • Experience of connectedness

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type one coaching conversation process
Type One Coaching Conversation Process
  • Enrollment
  • Clarifying Intention
  • Revealing Thought Process
  • Invitation to See a New Way
  • New Actions and Offering Support

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type two coaching conversation process
Type Two Coaching Conversation Process
  • Openings for coaching:
  • Work breakdown
  • Enhancing competence
  • New possibility: role, product, market
  • Observation of Client
  • Assessing structure of interpretation
  • Assessing level of competence
  • Observing client behavior associated with
  • topic of coaching
  • Session I
  • Enrollment
  • Clarify outcomes
  • Promising support
  • Observation exercises
  • Setting up communication
  • Planning follow-up
  • Session II
  • Report on observation exercise
  • Discuss new behavior
  • Assign new practices
  • Session III
  • Report on new practices
  • Results of new behavior
  • Effect of new competence: relationships,
  • identify, effectiveness
  • Recommendations for the future

Follow-Up

Conversations

Follow-Up

Conversations

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type three coaching conversation process
Type Three Coaching Conversation Process
  • What will you specifically recognize the fulfillment of the coaching program? List observable phenomena.
  • What distinctions must the client incorporate in order to fulfill the outcome as specified?
  • What distinctions (e.g., belief, fear, negative assessment) must the client abandon?
  • What life-world structures (habits, relationships, practices, etc.) maintain the hindering distinctions?
  • What exercises(s) or practices(s) can you assign that will allow your client to observe these distinctions and structures?
  • What practices can you assign that will incorporate the new distinctions (from #2 above)
  • What are the likely potential breakdowns in your client’s enacting these practices?
  • What will these breakdowns reveal t your client? Should you allow the breakdowns to happen to try to prevent them?
  • What support will your client require during the program, especially during breakdown?
  • Who can provide support for your client?
  • How could you structure this coaching program?
  • What metaphor(s) could you use to show the outcome of the program to your client?
  • What paperwork (calendars, worksheets, etc.) would support your client?
  • How can you present this program to your client? What questions is your client likely to have? What concerns? What objections? How can you address these?

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