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"The Conductor doesn't
make a sound.
He depends on others to
play their instruments for
his power.
And his power is great, but
he cannot play the instruments
for them."

Ben Zander ~
Boston Philharmonic Orchestra,
Conductor


Framework For Coaching

This framework for coaching describes how a repeatable process supports an intentional, structured conversation on focused content. The outcomes become personal growth for the individual that are aligned with the business objectives.

Framework

DISCIPLINES:

Coaching Conversation:

  • Establish Focus – session objectives, business targets, outcomes
  • Discover Possibilities – options, opportunities, approaches, self, others
  • Plan the Action – defined outcomes, set expectations, move forward
  • Remove Barriers – identify, mitigate, remove
  • Set Accountability – follow-through, exceed targets, ownership

Content:

  • The candidate sets the content or agenda for the coaching conversations
  • The scope of the content tends to fall into three categories: Products, People and/or Process
  • Desired outcomes or goals for personal results are aligned to business results
  • Modifying existing behaviours and developing new behaviours is vital to produce the desired results

Process:

  • Orientation – set expectations, learn from others, quick start
  • Interview – define development and resource needs
  • Assessment – self-awareness, measure competency, understand behaviours
  • Coaching – establish partnership, focused conversations, accountability
  • Monitoring – matching, quality assurance, measurements, feedback

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