Our Coaching products include the inventories and assessments needed to increase your participant’s skills when managing and structuring a coaching relationship. Each product is supported by the customised Facilitator Guide.
The coaching process provides many different opportunities, both for the coach and the individuals or teams that he or she is working with. Coaching skills are fundamental for successful leadership, powerful mentoring relationships increasing employee performance and productivity.
No manager looks forward to approaching employees about job-performance problems — yet few tasks are more vitally important. The Coaching Skills Inventory offers a logical, 7-step formula for conducting coaching meetings that are based on mutual trust and respect.
25-item self-assessment with pressure-sensitive scoring, interpretive information, two self-paced activities for each of the five Coaching Competencies and action-planning. Order one guide per participant. ALSO ONLINE*.
Understanding personal style is the first step to developing successful coaching relationships. By responding to the 18-item What’s My Coaching Style? inventory and receiving feedback from coachees, participants identify their personal style and build an understanding of the people they coach. Ultimately, coaches learn how modify to their own styles to create better rapport with their coachees. ALSO ONLINE*.
A valuable tool for managers in giving and receiving feedback to team members by providing guidelines for different situations and with different people and thereby ensuring they adopt a consistent approach.
This just-in-time tool will enable you to delegate effectively to get tasks done more efficiently. Your finite resource of time means that you just can’t do it all. Well executed delegation enables you to get better return on your time, develops people who work with you and gets work done to a high standard!
Powerful reminders about the huge payoff to be gained from setting meaningful objectives and clear guidelines on the potential pitfalls which can arise when people are not engaged or fearful about having objectives
This is a fast-paced and fun game that gives participants the opportunity to practice five skills that are vital to effective coaching: Building Rapport, Observing and Analysing, Questioning and Listening, Providing Feedback, and Facilitating Learning.