Peer Coaching was originally developed as a cost-effective way to provide quality coaching to mid-level, high potential and emerging leaders. The result is a more collaborative leadership base committed to continuously becoming more successful.
Have you ever thought of yourself as a coach? Have you ever been in a relationship where you advised or encouraged someone? Are in a position to help others learn and grow stronger for the challenges of life and work? Many people are professional coaches - business coaches, executive coaches, life coaches, etc. Plus, a lot of "regular" people fit this description — managers, co-workers, mentors, consultants, trainers, parents, teachers, friends, family, athletic coaches, and counselors.
Most of the posts on this blog have to do with behavior patterns I call PERSONAL STRENGTHS. In various posts, I've described more than 40 of them. Here are eight personal strengths I believe play the biggest role in making coaches strong for what they have to do...
“Jan Marie is a gracious, generous mentor who models the very best of coaching. She shares her knowledge and encourages coaches to keep learning and growing in such a nurturing environment.” ~ Karen Marcus ...
Interested in being a mentor? Make sure you have the right approach and expectations.
Heather Bunney's insight:
As a mentor you want your time and your experience to make a difference. But mentorships, while rewarding, are not without their frustrations. Luckily, just adjusting your approach can remove a lot of unnecessary hurdles and frustrations.
5 Strategies That Will Turn Your Employees Into Leaders Forbes Then, as they grow more comfortable, you can include them community- and industry-wide events—and eventually, even send them in your place to represent your company.
Whether on the gridiron, in the boardroom, as part of a project team, or as a personal or professional counselor, all coaches use similar tenets and tools to help others excel. Coaches might implement these tools in different ways, but the common denominators present in most coaching relationships can have lasting effects on employees' performance, as well as on your own.
Here are six strategies to boost the effectiveness of your workplace coaching...
Ever wonder how coaching matches up to all those other models of helping people?
There have been lots and lots of studies of different types of therapy and what works. Here are some explanations from Michael Lambert and Scott Miller based on 40 years of outcome data. Have a look at the following pie chart and explanations.
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