The Analysis stage is where the person being coached provides an analysis of the situation. Following on from the second stage, the...
The Analysis stage is where the person being coached provides an analysis of the situation. Following on from the second stage, the Aim, the next step is to ask the person to describe the situation for which they want help. The purpose is so that the coach can gain a fuller understanding of the situation and to ensure that the person being [...]Alex Brittain-Catlin
The Aim part of the coaching conversation is designed to clarify what specific subject is going to be focused upon. An important early stage of a coaching conversation is to clarify exactly what will be the focus of the conversation. The aim here is for both the coach and the person being coached to have the same understanding of what it is [...]Alex Brittain-Catlin
The Approach refers to how to begin the coaching conversation. It’s what happens during the conversation before the actual coaching part. When it comes to coaching, apart from deciding whether coaching is actually the right tool to use, the first challenge may well be how to start the actual conversation. To my mind there are two possible [...]Alex Brittain-Catlin
Coaching in the workplace can be a wonderful opportunity but in my experience there is still a crucial barrier when it comes to successful implementation. This is quite simply a question of time. Does the modern manager have the time to coach his direct reports effectively given the demands of everyday operational considerations? What is apparent [...]Alex Brittain-Catlin