Last week we talked about you being a coach. And also, what coaching is as well as some common pitfalls.
As a reminder, we said coaching is a focused and intentional effort to help another person figure out the best way to achieve his or her goals, build skill sets or expertise, and produce the results the organization needs.
Today we’re going to focus on the path to a successful discussion. And yes, this applies to you whether you have direct reports, or you’re a mentor, informal leader, or someone who has another’s best interests at heart.
There are 4 steps to this process.
Step 1: Set the Stage
Step 2: Define the Opportunity or Problem
Step 3: Discuss & Explore Options
Step 4: Develop a Plan
Original Source based on concepts from: HRDQ, Coaching for Development & Coaching Conversations
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