We offer a range of coaching masterclasses on video. You can watch one of the several sample videos below. Each of these shows the coaching session and the debriefing with the audience. These debriefings are fantastically educational in teasing out observed tricks of the trade. The full videos are all about an hour and also include the full coaching session AND the film of the debriefing and are available exclusively to members of this site on a pay-to-view basis with six weeks to see the videos as many times as you like. The samples are all free to view. Continue reading Video Masterclasses
Why is AMA Performance Coaching so successful? How does this evolved form of coaching create such amazing performance change? Have a look at the video. Continue reading Effectiveness
We all choose our words deliberately. We have thousands of possibilities to choose how we arrange those words but each individual selects their own special form. In most cases, people have particular sensitivities to particular words/phrases that they use and these are called ‘hot-words’ & ‘hot-language’. Continue reading Hot Words & Hot Language
The Principal Instruments of coaching are now these: exquisite listening, questions (including challenge) and SR silence. These Principal Instruments are used to assist the coachee to meet their defined targets. Of the three Instruments, Self-Reflective silence is the most effective. To see video of SR go to this link. Continue reading The Principal Instruments of Coaching
Questioning is one of the three Principal Instruments of Coaching (that include listening and silence). Questions are used in coaching to: Continue reading Questioning skills for managers and coaches
Angus McLeod’s coaching model includes ‘E’ emotion as a vital element of any target or goal.
EMOTION is at the heart of motivation and de-motivation. STEPPPA includes EMOTION rather than ignoring it! Continue reading STEPPPA Coaching Model
When a coachee makes a discovery, the psychological breakthrough in perception, or catharsis, is wholly internal. Even if the coach is speaking, the contribution of the coach to the actual event is insignificant.
Silence (and specifically one form of silence in coaching: ‘self-reflective’ silence, SR-Silence) is therefore the dominant of the triad of the Principal Instruments (that include questioning and challenge). SR-Silence enables the coachee to think and feel (experience) without the coach sidetracking them. Watch the video for more . Continue reading Self-reflective (SR) Silence