We can gauge the level at which a coach is working (and their professional versatility, or lack of it) by simply looking at the evidential data in their coachees. In this video compilation you can see all four levels. The introductory video is below. Longer versions of this video are available, contact us for access. Continue reading 4 Levels of Coaching
McLeod: Sustainable Transformations in Under 30 minutes.
At Euro-Coach Conference 16-17 November, 2013., Dr Angus McLeod (Visiting Professor of Coaching at Birmingham City University) will first run through his 4-level coaching model. This model is based upon observations of the coachee and not, as conventionally done, by focussing on the core skills of the coach. Continue reading McLeod: Transformational Coaching
Announcing that about 30 of Angus McLeod’s coaching papers are now downloadable from this site including one written with Olympian, James Cracknell. If you want to know more about Emotional Intelligence, the use of Reflective-Silence, Mindsets or developing coaching in organisations, here is your resource. And there is much more! Take a look now.
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How Good is your Coach? How do You Know? If you have video of them working, or you can watch them, you will shortly know for certain; watch the video! Continue reading Which Coach?
How are leadership traits and coaching skills similar. How are they different. This 8 minute video offers an interpretation based on 20 years of experience around the world in both disciplines:
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Instructions for use
The coach can say something like,
You know the expression ‘take a step back’? Sometimes moving from where we are can help us to change how we experience things. From what you have been saying, it seems that you are in a space that I might call ‘stuck’ or ‘not-fully resourceful’ – what would you call it? Continue reading Resourceful Space (Coaching Models & Methods)
How not to over- or under-manage and therefore demoralize your staff. Continue reading McLeod Management Model
The GROW model is a simple model, particulary helpful for novice managers and coaches who want a thumbnail check on where there are in the session.
GROW stands for Goal, Reality check, Options & Will, Where, When, What, Who (and how) Continue reading G.R.O.W. Model