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A7 Structure of a Coaching Program

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Coaching (Audio Sessions) Mind Map on A7 Structure of a Coaching Program, created by Yomna on 04/17/2013.
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A7 Structure of a Coaching Program

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  • Though single coaching session can bring in motivation, but all habits die hard. So, we should adopt a structure that ensures that groundwork ‘=basis/foundation’ is laid towards effective action. plans are worked out, the client is supported through new challenges and old habits are being replaced by new ones.   It takes around 6 weeks to break an old habit and another 6 to ingrain a new one. So, the ideal coaching program time length is around 3 months, 6 months if sessions are less frequent. sessions shouldn't be more than 1-2 wks apart there are 4 diff types of sessions on avrg, lengths bet half an hour and hour and a half, coach and client should agree in advance and the coach ensures they adhere to. at the end of the session allow time to arrange for the next session. feel comfortable to allow a session to run more than expected as long as both of u agree
  1. Introductory Session
    1. 1- Explain coaching benefits
      1. 2- Decide to proceed

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        • to develop relationship wz client
        1. 3- Find out clients goals

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          • is fundamental can change in mid program as new insight has come in some ppl are not sure abt goals maybe they have mission statemnt but if theyr not sure of where theyr going, they wont be motivated so if u ask ppl whats ur goal and spendan hour or so to coach them how to reach their goal. its perfectly possible that the wrong goal is set instead and therefore time is wasted. so its better to start by knowing the current reality of everything thats happening in their life. not just the problem areas but the good stuff too. GROW model nin manual reality section. then ask them to outline the options they have for possible goal: ‘what would u want to have happened now?’ focus first on 5 years then a year then bring it down to what they could achieve the next 3 months. many ppl want to set a big career goal or big business goal but if part of their lives are holding them back such as fitness levels or relationships then these would act as an anchor through whole coaching method dragging them backwards. if we get several goals holistically covering the whole life instead of jsut one area then they are much more likely to succeed and once u have a list of goals , usually 2-7, then just ask the client to prioritize them. if session is at least 1 hr long, take 2-3 goals to be comfortable with them. complex goals every session, simple ones every now and then. its not un common for ppl to achieve a goal that they thought would take months, in a matter of weeks. reaching the clarity to identify goals is sometimes what is needed to achieve them, 2-3 inspiring goals in introductory session.
          1. Focus 1st on 5 years then a year then bring it down 2 the next 3 months
        2. Strategic Session
          1. Taking a goal 1 @ a time & brainstorming wz z client on how 2 achieve them

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            • one simple q: ‘can u tell me what steps you need to take in order to reach ur goal?’ ur client will come up with a no. of actions. ur job is to assist to sort these actions into categories. 3-10 broad categories. then ask him to put them in some chronological order. where possible use clients own words but here u can deliberately suggest words unlike other coaching sessions   ex: for someone to change a career u’ll ask what actions, they may come up with 56-60 to 100 actions. ur job to categorize them and bring them down in some chronological list that looks like a strategy. 1-create a personal vision 2- asses the current reality 3- create a realistic time schedule 4- research what's out there 5- create a good CV 6- identify potential companies 7- contact them 8- get the job 9- celebrate achievement   all these things could be that orderly realistic strategy that u and ur clients can go through in a well ordered manner throughout ur sessions in order to achieve the goal. some clients wont come up wz strategies like create a personal vision or celebrate achievement but they add inspiration and motivation to the journey
            1. THEN ask what actions would they like z 1st step 2 b

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              • IF u set a few actions after each goal, the clients will come up with the sense of achieving something tangible from the planning session and also of being on their pathway of achieving the goal. we have explored the process of setting actions in the ‘W’ section of the ‘GROW’ model
            2. Intermediate Session
              1. From 2nd session onwards work wz clients 2 move towards their goals

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                • additionally add a deeper level of awareness, new understandings and insight, and self knowledge for the changes required. accountability, responsibility for their actions coach: reviewing their actions and signposting their way forwards towards new actions, offer support 1ry tool is grow model
                1. @ z end of z session give +ve feedback 2 keep'em going towards z next session
                2. Final Session
                  1. 2 see how far they have come/celebrate achievement & provide closure 4 z program

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                    • use planner in manual to review the relationship
                    1. Finally ask'm how close they r 2 reaching their goal/give plenty of +ve feedback whether or not they reached

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                      • ask them if they want to record new insights in case they need them again if u feel appropriate, send thank u note to celebrate  
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