5 Things to Look for in a Performance Coaching
1. They increase employee self-esteem
Performance coaches should create an environment where employees feel respected and have a sense of self-worth. Because of this, the manager and employees will work together. It is not one party doing and the other just evaluating.
The employees are guided by the performance coach. Great performance coaches will know how to give direction and be patient with stumbles. A coach‘s feedback should also motivate and commit players to the team.
2. They are honest
Managers who act as performance coaches cannot be afraid of giving employees constructive criticism. Without the guidance away from what is wrong, how would workers know when they did something right? It’s important the coach explains and shows with tone and tact that the critique is not meant to knock employees down.
The performance coach (and any effective manager) will assure employees that criticism is given when there’s real potential for improvement and a future of growth within the company. Implementing constructive feedback will create an environment where employees are also honest with you as well, which means becoming a better leader.
3. They ask for help
By participating in performance coaching, employees will feel more trusted by their boss. because they are involved in the decision-making process.
4. They actively listen
Active listening encourages employees to share valuable ideas to the business.Not only can a coach gain great insight, but listening is a great way to build trust with your workforce and improve communication. In steps active listening.
Effective listening requires your full attention: turn off your phone, close your laptop and find a dedicated space where you won’t be interrupted. Be sure to demonstrate your active listening through eye contact and by reflecting back paraphrases of what was expressed to you.
5. They support the team
As a performance coach, you are a support system. Coaches have to be able to wear many hats and address each employee in the way they respond best.
This individual should be especially great at pinpointing the work values and communication styles of their employees. When they can correctly identify these in each person, they can tailor their approach to training and mentoring in a time efficient way.
What is your greatest strength as a coach?
Moments of strength are revealed when coaches display one or more of the telltale signs of a coaching strength:
- Visible sense of heightened energy and engagement.
- Positive and desired response from athletes or other coaches.
- Successful and timely completion of a task.
What makes a great coaching session?
1. The Lead-Up
Before start coaching session, you should guide employees a quick meditation or mindfulness practice to make them feel present and ready set an intention for the session.
A successful lead-up will allow you to guide the conversation effectively and make the most out of your time with each client.
2. The Breakthrough
Once the lead up is done, it’s time for the breakthrough.
Now is when you use your favorite and most effective coaching techniques and methodologies to coach your clients and create results.
There are many tools you can use, but the secret to nailing a powerful conversation is being fully present and mastering the art of powerful questions.
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Powerful questions are ones that elicit reflection, thoughts and ideas from the client that will take them closer to their goals. It’s about helping the clients step out of their comfort zone and create the shifts they need to move forward.
3. The Takeaway
When the coaching session ends, the coach has to show to employees The takeaway from coaching and create a chance for them to reflect on the key findings and insights from the session.
It’s important to allow the space for your client to reflect on their session to ensure they’ve retained the key elements that will support their journey and, ultimately, create lasting transformation.
We know that once a client leaves a session, they’ll forget most of the conversation. So the takeaway and wrapup is a great point for your client to write down what they want to remember and the action steps they will take ahead of the next session. Without clearly defined action steps, it’s less likely your client will progress and may delay results.
Where do you Look for a good Performance Coach
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