Your organization is engaged in delivering a structured approach to leadership development, talent management and coaching. Delivering and receiving coaching is an essential management skill set necessary to help everyone improve, especially top talent.
Consider what it would take for you to become a more consistent, effective and respected coach for all of your direct reports and people within your span of responsibility. To begin, it is important to recognize that the single greatest contributing factor to achieving successful outcomes by virtually every measure is your talent and demonstrated ability as the person in charge.
How do leaders develop the most consistent and accurate coaching plan for their direct reports to most benefit from an essential coaching skill set of delivering and receiving coaching?
There are 7 steps for coaches to follow. They are:
These 7 steps are detailed in this Roadmap tool. Instructions are provided for the coach to provide an estimation. In addition, there are 3 macro elements for an organization to adopt a high performance culture of coaching.
1. The evaluation process (it must be as objective and evidenced based as possible).
2. The reporting format (needs to be both prescriptive and personalized).
3. The discipline of having frequent and periodic coaching follow-up sessions. (Quarterly, monthly, bi-weekly, weekly as necessary)