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This package consist of the company registration service, business plan writing service (including the initial financial forecast), business identity service, website design and hosting services and accounting Services. This package is offered a...

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Managing High Growth Business Webinar

Have you noticed that as a high growth company people thought you were so successful you didn'’t need help? In fact as you look around it’s almost impossible to find anyone with a real understanding of the issues you face. As the owner of yo...

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Posted: 2005-04-18 / Author: Susan Franzen

Attaining Results And Specific Outcomes Through Coaching

Purpose of Class:
To introduce the four types of coaching outcomes - skills, performance, development, and executive agenda - while educating participants on how to approach each outcome for maximum results.

Key Points:
Coaching approaches are different depending on the outcome you desire.
Not every employee is a candidate for coaching.
Starting with the end in mind creates measurable results.

Five Questions This Class Will Answer:
1. What are the 4 types of coaching outcomes?
2. How do I know which one to choose?
3. What is my role/approach as a coach for each outcome?
4. How do I effect change quickly?
5. What methods should I use to track results?

Five Common Problems This Class Can Help You Overcome:
1. Misfit of employee to job.
2. Misfit of tasks/activities to goal.
3. Low morale/motivation to goal.
4. Goal interference.
5. Quantifying coaching programs.

Other Useful Resources:
Coaching for Leadership: How the World’s Greatest Coaches Help Leaders Learn by Marshall Goldsmith, Laurence Lyons, Alyssa Freas, and Robert Witherspoon
Coaching for Performance: Growing People, Performance, and Purpose by John Whitmore Masterful Coaching Fieldbook by Robert Hargrove
Developing High Performance People: The Art of Coaching by Oscar G. Mink, Keith Q. Owen, and Barbara P. Mink




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