by Cathy Liska www.CoachCert.com
Coaching is advanced development for advanced results. The coaching relationship revolves around the model and follows a process. A model is a description of how the coaching relationship works. A process is the step-by-step methodology for the coaching relationship.
The chapter on Coaching Models and Processes in Coaching Perspectives VII lists examples of models and processes, discusses pros and cons, then moves into brainstorming ideas for defining your own model and process.
Explore exactly how to use the 11 Core Competencies in your coaching work with a series of tips. Then read about examples in different areas of coaching including academic, business, career, executive, life, and wellness. In each area is a list of questions helpful for that type of coaching. Here are a few to catch your interest and motivate you to read Coaching Perspectives VII for more:
- What is your approach to lesson planning?
- What are your thoughts on how to interact with students?
- How do you decide which approach to take?
- What is your vision for your business?
- What influences your decisions?
- What priorities compete for your attention?
- What is your ideal position?
- What do you want to incorporate in your resume?
- What questions do you anticipate?
- What is your vision for the organization?
- What are different possibilities?
- What are influencing factors?
- What might challenge you?
- How will you maximize your resources?
- What are your strategies for making change?
- What is working well?
- What is holding you back?
- What success do you want to create?
At the Center for Coaching Certification the 11 Core Competencies and the Code of Ethics from the International Coach Federation are foundational to the coaching model and process plus the coach training programs.