By Erik de Haan
This can be the 1st severe publication approximately training deeply rooted in a protracted and sundry therapeutical culture that while interprets insights from that culture into transparent and crisp types for sensible software in smooth training perform. The ebook refers to famous training techniques in enterprise and devotes extra consciousness than traditional to inner training practices. it's a designated, rigorous but available advisor to training methods and perform.
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The evaluation of the coaching journey Saying goodbye is not the same as evaluating a coaching process. By evaluating the coaching after a period of time, the coach confronts the coachee with where (s)he is at that time and the coach learns more about his or her own coaching style. It also allows the coach to demonstrate reflection on his or her own practice and explore opportunities for development. Questions which might be asked in this context include the following: About the coachee: • • • • • How does the coachee look back on the process and the outcome of the coaching?
Later, in Part II of this book, we will introduce at least one specific coaching method for each quadrant in this window. We will A RICH FIELD OF EXPLORATION 23 also examine in greater depth the effects of the different methods, the similarities between the methods, and their correspondence to combinations of coachees and coachee issues. It is assumed that the coach makes two fundamental contributions: 1. Direction of contribution: exploring or suggesting? The coach can choose at each moment to follow and liberate the coachee’s thoughts and contributions, or to constrain them and introduce his or her own thoughts and contributions.
This is a dimension that runs from content to person. The coach makes a choice, with regard to intervention level, by adopting a problem-focused or person-focused stance. 2. A time orientation from past to future (from bottom left to top right) – from the current situation, how it came about and what can be learned from it, to solutions and suggestions for the future. This is a dimension that runs from causes to options. The coach makes a choice, on this time dimension, by adopting an insight-focused or solutionfocused stance.