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Coaching

Building a Professional Relationship Together.

Jan Stafford is an entertaining and professional speaker who presents programs for business audiences.Tiger Woods has a coach, so does every other world-class athlete. Today,
leading organisations also realise that to bring the best out in their people, a coaching model is a proven way for producing increased productivity and
personal growth.

Forward-thinking organisations have also discovered that
the same skills that coaches use to create winning athletes work in a
business setting as well.

Here in Australia thousands of organisations rely on the coaching and mentoring approach to help
bring the best out of their own managers and supervisors.

MODULE 1:
• The meaning of coaching—what it involves and accomplishes
• The difference between coaching, mentoring, training and counselling
• The key benefits of using a coaching model
• Integrating a coaching program with your team
• The keys to effective coaching
• Creating an effective process of change

MODULE 2:
• Creating a coaching landscape
• How to cultivate a more positive, energised workplace
• Using different coaching approaches for different team members
• Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation techniques every manage should know
• Using a “Plan of Action” chart to keep team members focused on their goals

MODULE 3:
• Preparing to coach
• Clarifying coaching needs and goals
• Agreeing specific development needs
• Formulating a detailed plan for coaching
• Doing a task or activity
• Reviewing activities and planning improved performance
• How to end a coaching program

MODULE 4:
• Managing coaching by objectives
• Setting SMART objectives
• Giving negative feedback
• Harnessing true potential
• Solution-focused coaching
• Reframing to overcome obstacles
• What we can learn from world-class sports coaches


Jan Stafford - Professional Development and Coaching Facilities.
P. O. Box 1592, Hervey Bay Queensland Australia
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