Manager Coach Toolkit
Everything you need to build a basic understanding of what coaching @ the workplace is and how it can be conducted.
Authoritative leadership is not an option any longer. Try coaching instead!
Coaching isn't about telling people what to do. This is about helping your team members improve performance, solve problems, make better decisions, learn new skills, and reach their career goals. More than anything, this is creating a satisfactory, enriching and rewarding work environment.
I. What Coaching means
In a nutshell, this is first understanding why creating a great workplace matters and is willing to learn how!
Workplace coaching is the process of equipping people with the tools, knowledge and opportunities they need to fully develop themselves to be effective in their commitment to themselves, the company, ... and their work.
To help you and start managing through coaching, we created a coaching toolkit in the form of a series of 14 chapters articulated around 3 pillars:
Understand what coaching @ the workplace means,
Coaching technique, tools and examples
Apply coaching when developing your direct reports.
What is coaching? How can it be conducted?
2. EFFECTIVE COACHING
5 elements that compose effective coaching
3. COACHING SKILLS
There's no "one size fits all" model for coaching. Yet, ...
4. COACHEE EXPERIENCE
Reflecting to make your coaching more effective
5. YOU AS A COACH?
Reflecting first on your own role as a coach
II. Technique & Tools
6. THE GROW MODEL
How to conduct a coaching session
Questions for a development conversation
10. DEEPER DIVE
More powerful questions for a more powerful coaching
Questions for a performance conversation
Questions for a career development conversation
11. TIME TO PRACTICE!
Coaching key points and exercises to start practicing
III. Developing your direct reports
Assess your direct reports in terms of performance and potential and find an appropriate development strategy
Identify development growth opportunities that could fit within a development plan for your direct reports
14. DEVELOPMENT PLAN
How to develop a great development plan and assess progress. Examples included