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coaching tough situations

Coaching the Tough Situations

We’ve looked at how to use the G.R.O.W. model to coach performance and behaviors.  But sometimes the situation you are coaching is dire and calls for a more forceful approach.  In those cases, we’ll still use the G.R.O.W. model, but we’ll modify it to fit the occasion.

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Coaching skills, performance and behaviors: tying it together

Tying It All Together: Coaching Skills, Behaviors and Performance

Over the past few video blogs we’ve looked at how to coach behaviors and performance; and we looked at how to do that using the G.R.O.W. coaching model.  Here are some key summary points for getting this to work for you. 

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the way forward: coaching skills and behaviors

Carving Out the Way Forward: Coaching Skills, Behaviors and Performance – Step 4

You’ve identify the goal, you’ve evaluate the reality, and you’ve even generated options for improvements.  And, if you did this right, you’ve pared down the list to a few actionable items and transferred ownership for improvements to the person you’re coaching.  So now you’re ready for the final step in the coaching process; and that [...]

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Who Owns the Improvements? Coaching Skills, Behaviors and Performance

We’ve looked at the first two steps of the G.R.O.W. coaching process; namely, identifying the goal and evaluating the reality.  The next step in the process is to generate options for improvements.  To do that, you’ll need to ask questions that not only probe potential options for improvements, but effectively transfer ownership for those improvements [...]

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