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Goals & Goal Setting The Plan

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Below are the links to a series of posts on goals and goal setting.
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Create Your Own Happiness

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A technique to help you foster a more happy mood.

THE VELTEN PROCEDURE

Psychologist Theodore Velten created a mood induction procedure that psychologists have used for over 40 years to induce a positive mindset, especially in psychology experiments.

It's a simple approach that involves reading, reflecting on and trying to feel the effects of some 58 positive affirmations as they wash over you. The statements start out being fairly neutral and become progressively more positive. The statements are specifically designed to produce a euphoric, elated state of mind.

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12 Step Checklist - What to Look For in a Great Coach Mentor | by Guest Author Barry Switnicki - The Launchpad - The Coaching Tools Company Blog

12 Step Checklist - What to Look For in a Great Coach Mentor | by Guest Author Barry Switnicki - The Launchpad - The Coaching Tools Company Blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
If you want to become a truly masterful coach, one of the best and most effective ways is to plug in with a coach mentor.
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Doing What Works: Forward in Solution-Focused Change: A 3x2 model of solutions

Doing What Works: Forward in Solution-Focused Change: A 3x2 model of solutions | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

A two-dimensional model describing six types of solutions.

 

The horizontal axis refers to the finding place of solutions and describes three types of solutions:

 

Following prescriptions

Imitation success by others

Replicating own past success

 

The vertical axis refers to whether or not the individual(/s) implementing the solution has/have an causal understanding about the efficacy of the solution:

 

Mindless

Mindful

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Storyboard-Based Coaching | ReadyToManage

Storyboard-Based Coaching | ReadyToManage | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

There are a number of models and frameworks that can be used to assist in conducting a coaching session. These range from simple to very complex and tend to be general in nature and non-specific in application. As a result, a more practical model is often needed, especially when it comes to new skills or behavior development, and a storyboard-based approach often works well.

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Strategy & Flow: So You Think Coaching Is A Waste of Time?

So I’ve heard through the grapevine that you think coaching has little value in your organization and that there will be little return on investment if you introduced coaching to your leadership. Why have you come to that conclusion?

 

Did you know that without coaching, the opportunity that training provides for permanently improving behavior, and for the improved results that could have followed, is lost? And did you know that coaching helps managers acquire the tools they are often divested of as a result of downsizing and organizations becoming flatter? Contrary to what is most often believed, coaching is not just for executives in trouble.

 

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The Rising Tide of Corporate Refugees: Is your company at risk? Creativity at Work

The Rising Tide of Corporate Refugees: Is your company at risk? Creativity at Work | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
There is a new breed of corporate refugee who wants to bail. What is the cause and what can leaders do to stop the tide?

 

Put creativity to work with a little artistry

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Research Paper: The Power of Words in Coaching

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By: Lauren Butler

Le Mot Juste” just the right word, in the French language there is always the right word for any situation. The right word in a coaching situation can bring about the desired outcome for the client.

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Catalyzing Happiness: Creating Your Personal Happiness List - Delivering Happiness

Catalyzing Happiness: Creating Your Personal Happiness List - Delivering Happiness | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Gretchen Rubin (author of the bestseller The Happiness Project) shares:  “Happiness doesn’t come automatically. It takes effort. I hope that making the effort to be happy under ordinary conditions of life (and it does take effort, even under ordinary conditions) will make it easier to be happy when conditions get tougher.”

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Research Paper: Relevance and Effectiveness of Team Coaching

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 By:Arvind Agrawal Introduction  - this paper examines whether coaching of the team is relevant and if yes how effective coaching will be in raising team performance. The paper draws from theories and empirical evidences reported in the academic literature.

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Don’t Tell People What To Do; Tell Them Who They Are

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The most subtle and powerful rule you’ll ever learn for motivating people is to tell them who they are rather than telling them what to do.

Via Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN, AlGonzalezinfo
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Charney Coaching & Consulting » Blog Archive » Understanding My Own “Immunity to Change”

Charney Coaching & Consulting » Blog Archive » Understanding My Own “Immunity to Change” | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

"I am rereading Kegan and Lahey’s, Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in Yourself and Your Organization. In it the authors write that the thing which most gets in the way of changing anything—losing weight, advancing one’s career, adjusting the way we lead or delegate, or even how we have conversations with a spouse—are the assumptions we make and the way we see and know the world. We can’t help it. It’s a frame of reference we’re comfortable with, a personal rulebook of sorts, and one that, if left to its own devices, can make us “immune” to the very change that could positively shift our lives in fundamental ways."

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Get rid of your Gremlin !

Get rid of your Gremlin ! | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Did you notice it ? This small inner voice that lives in your mind for years and comments on your acts, on your ideas, on your decisions and on your actions in a negative way?

Via Caroline Carlicchi
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10 Ways to Get People to Change

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How do you get leaders, employees, customers — and even yourself — to change behaviors? Executives can change strategy, products and processes until they're blue in the face, but real change doesn't take hold until people actually change what they do.

Here is a good list of 10 approaches that seem to work


Via Bob Corlett, David Hain, ThinDifference
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How to Change the Way You Process Negative Memories

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The way we think of past events in our lives is very flexible and subject to change. We can take this flexible nature of our minds and use it to process negative memories in different ways that benefit us instead of holding us back.
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The Progress-Focused Approach » Blog Archive » Exercise: keep a progress diary

The Progress-Focused Approach » Blog Archive » Exercise: keep a progress diary | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Doing What Works...

Research suggest that there are some powerful advantages of frequently monitoring progress. Among other things it may contribute to your motivation, well-being and even health. To try how monitoring progress might work for you I suggest you keep a progress diary for one month.

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10 Smart Rules for Giving Negative Feedback

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Business success is based upon everyone involved pulling their weight, performing their specific roles as required, and adhering to acceptable behaviour both morally and legally.

 

Unfortunately, the nature of business itself and the varying levels of experience and expertise of employees, usually means that not everyone is willing or able to perform as expected, and they will need to be given feedback that to them will be more negative than positive.

 

This excellent article, suggests that providing this type of feedback is needed to improve behaviour to bring out the best in a business, and it provides 10 rules you can follow to ensure the effective delivery of such feedback.


Via Daniel Watson
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Coaching Introverts | ReadyToManage

Coaching Introverts | ReadyToManage | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Introverts are getting a great deal of attention recently, in part due to Susan Cain’s popular book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts,” published last year and this year’s Scientific American article, The Power of Introverts: A Manifesto for Quiet Brilliance. In the past, introverts tended to be criticized as less, somehow, in need of being “fixed” or “brought out of their shell” by extroverts. This perception may have arisen from lack of knowledge and is explored in this article by examining how introverts might best be coached in the workplace as one factor among many in coaching skill-building.

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Power Tool: EMOTIONAL AWARENESS: FORGIVENESS VS ANGER

Power Tool: EMOTIONAL AWARENESS: FORGIVENESS VS ANGER | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

By:Sunita Chhibar 

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Research Paper: Listening in Coaching

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By:Dhruva Sen Introduction “The most basic of all human needs is the need to understand and be understood. The best way to understand people is to listen to them.” (Ralph Nichols).
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» Using Appreciative Visioning to Empower the Change Process

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The technique of appreciate inquiry can play an important role in the change management approach.
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Power Tool: Team Coaching Tool

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 By:Arvind Agrawal Distinct from individual and group coaching, focus of team coaching is the entire working team.

Since the client is the entire team and not individuals, there is need to develop a new coaching tool for use in team coaching situation. This may be particularly useful for the five step team coaching model ACCED which has been developed by this author toward fulfillment of ICA graduation requirement.

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Coaching Models - International Coach Academy

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Great display of Coaching Models.

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So, What Kind of Coach are YOU? - CoachNet Global

So, What Kind of Coach are YOU? - CoachNet Global | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Mastering the coaching skill set is a great first step, but what kind of coach are you? And do your clients know it?

The coaching skill set is powerful. It takes about a minute to learn, but a lifetime to truly master. Committing to listening first, asking powerful questions, and picking out appropriate action steps that lead to your vision/goal makes a lot of things possible, but once you've got the basics down, how do you ensure that you're working in the area that makes you most effective?

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16 Life Lessons I've Learned from Journaling | Kaizen Journaling

16 Life Lessons I've Learned from Journaling | Kaizen Journaling | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

How you grow and evolve as a person is the most important journey you would make, and by recording it, the transformation ceases to be a miracle, and you can see each small and painstaking step you took, and each obstacle you overcame to be who you are now. The process, once achieved, could be repeated, and it can also be used as a warning not to fall into the trap again.


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