Introduction Coaching is the delivery of value through sustainable change. Coaching Principles The importance of invitation, intent and independence. Coaching dimensions Coaching the head (what people think), the heart (what they feel) and the hand (what they do). Conflict and cohesion. The Collaborative Coaching Framework (The 7Cs of Coaching) Client - understanding the person, understand the problem Clarify - what isreally going on Create - find the best solution Change - make the change happen Confirm - measure the change Continue - make sure it will last Close - end the engagement, maintain the relationship Putting it into action
Coaching is still growing fast as both a profession and as a must-have skill for managers. Yet much of the coaching material focuses on the same old model. And the shortcomings of the model are beginning to show. It's time for a new approach and Mick offers a brand new and highly original model to creating sustainable change through the coaching process.
Mick Cope has been a consultant for 15 years, working in the field of business transformation. He has managed both front and back office activities across in-house and commercial organizational development programmes, including systems integration, strategy, development, Investors in People, European Quality Award, Stephen Covey Seven Habits and a wide range of personal development programmes.
"A new approach just when the industry needs it." - "The Bookseller"