Effective coaches are instrumental to building stronger leaders, motivating employees, boosting morale, and improving communication in the workplace. So what does it take to become a great coach? Get Fit for Coaching teaches coaches-in-training how to identify the skills associated with successful coaching, and equips them with the knowledge to improve those skills, leverage their strengths, and improve their skills.
- Identify areas of strength and areas for improvement
- Understand the five key skills of effective coaching
- Provoke critical thinking on what it takes to be an effective coach
- Learn how to apply their new knowledge and skills on the job
How It Works
Results of the individual assessment and peer feedback provide the participant's Coaching Competency Profile. This Profile pinpoints the participant's areas of strength and improvement regarding each of the five vital coaching competencies: Building Rapport, Observing and Analyzing, Questioning and Listening, Providing Feedback, and Facilitating Learning.
The Self-Assessment is available in print or online form; Peer Feedback Forms are available in print form. To provide insight and practice, the Participant Guide includes interpretive information, tips for keeping fit in each competency area, exercises for each skill, and action planning.
Trainer certification is not required in order to facilitate Get Fit for Coaching.
The Get Fit for Coaching Facilitator Set includes:
- Administrative guidelines
- Background information
- Sample training design
- Blank training outline
- Sample Self-Assessment Form
- Reproducible handouts
- PowerPoint presentation
- Training evaluation template
- Additional support materials
Uses for Get Fit for Coaching
Get Fit for Coaching is appropriate for managers, supervisors, and team leaders at all levels. It can be used as:
- A stand-alone assessment or debrief
- An icebreaker for new coaches or individuals new to management
- Part of a comprehensive training program on leadership development
Based on a review of literature and the available research on coaching, HRDQ's Research and Development Team has identified five distinct skills associated with successful coaching. These five skills constitute the five competencies measured in the Get Fit for Coaching self-assessment. These five competencies are also at the center of the Coaching Process Model, which demonstrates the open flow of communication back and forth between the coach and the person being coached.
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HRDQ is a trusted developer of soft-skills learning solutions that help to improve the performance of individuals, teams, and organizations. We offer a wide range of resources and services, from ready-to-train assessments and hands-on games, to facilitator certification, custom development, and more.
Our primary audience includes corporate trainers, human resource professionals, educational institutions, and independent consultants who look to us for research-based solutions to develop key skills such as leadership, communication, coaching, and team building.
At HRDQ, we believe an experiential approach is the best catalyst for adult learning. Our unique Experiential Learning Model has been the core of what we do for more than 30 years. Combining the best of organizational learning theory and proven facilitation methods with an appreciation for adult learning styles, our philosophy initiates and inspires lasting change.
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Book Description Hrdq, 2004. Ring-bound. Book Condition: Brand New. 2nd edition. 87 pages. 11.40x10.30x2.00 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1588542955