CAN
COACHING
ADVANCED

The CAN Coaching Advanced digital learning is a 15 minute audio visual, animated experience designed to familiarise you with key principles to extend your coaching approach.

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AS A LEADER
 OF TODAY

  YOU FACE COMPLEX
WORK ENVIRONMENTS,
   EXPERIENCE AMBIGUITY
    AND CHANGE

  AND ARE
 eXPECTED to

CONSISTENTLY
ACHIEVE
 BUSINESS
  OUTCOMES.

So how do you continue to
manage all of these competing
priorities AND continue your
journey of becoming


a leader not only of
today, but also of
tomorrow?
It takes time to
make time,

and whilst
Coaching may
initially feel
time consuming...

done well, it creates
an environment
where coaching
conversations
become part of what
you already do,


and will make your
impact as a leader
more effective.

To support
your coaching
journey and

enable you to
reach that
wonderful peak

Where YOUR
PEOPLE ARE
ENGAGED, YOU
HAVE GREATER
PRODUCTIVITY,
INNOVATION
COMES EASIER
and CUSTOMER


SATISFACTION
IS HIGH

                   we have created


CAN Coaching
Advanced

You know how to have
an I-GROW coaching
conversation and you


know that I-GROW on
its own doesn’t make a
quality coaching
conversation.

You already have a
toOLKIT TO support
the I-GROW process,
and over the
coming minutes


we will add to that
toolkit by taking you
through...

• the 7 Principles of
  Effective Coaching,



• the House of Change, and



• the different Types of
  Coachees

  All three
will help
sharpen
your skills

  and enhance
your already
sound ability
to coach.

7 PRINCIPLES
OF EFFECTIVE
COACHING

You will now see a short animation about 7 principles of effective coaching.

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Now it’s easy to say
‘raise the coachee’s
awareness’ or ‘ensure
your coaching
delivers results’,


but actually doing it
can be harder.

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In the next section
we are going to
explore the House
of Change,

which is a
framework that
focuses on the


important
aspects that
impact the
achievement of
a sustainable
change.

HOUSE OF
CHANGE

You will now see a short animation about the House of Change framework.

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So far, we’ve
looked into
ways in which
we can hold

more effective
coaching
conversations.

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In the next section
we are going to ask
ourselves a range
of questions


to determine ‘is this
a coaching moment?’

TYPES OF
COACHEE

You will now see a short animation about different types of coachee.

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SUMMARY
NEXT STEPS

You have learnt more about the key principles of effective coaching, the house of change and types of coachees. The next step is to attend an experiential face-to-face workshop.

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Coaching
conversations
require other
tools and
principles


to make an
effective
coaching
experience.

You now have the 7
Principles of Effective
Coaching, the House of
Change and the Types of
Coachees to support


your coaching
conversations.

  To make purposeful
 positive change,


coaches need to
 create the
  environment
   where all
  7 Principles
     of Effective
      Coaching are
       present.

This means setting the
platform of Collaboration
and Accountability, AND
raising Awareness and
Responsibility, AND gaining
Commitment and Action,
which ultimately supports
the achievement of the
purpose of Coaching,


the Result.

The House of
Change is a tool
to help the
coachee


move from
a problem
focused
mindset to
a solution
focused one.

  It ensures that whilst working
  on behavioural change,


the conversation is also focused
on changing the thoughts,
feelings and environment that
affect that behaviour change.

The main vehicle
for this shift is
through moving

       the coachee
from problem
to solution.

It’s also important
to ask yourself,
what type of coachee
you are engaging:


• A Remedial Type


• A Reactive type


• a Proactive type


The type, of coachee will
influence your coaching
approach and style,


and determine whether
the coaching investment
is worthwhile.

Where to
from here?

Over the coming weeks you
will participate in a
face-to-face experiential
workshop,

which will help deepen your
understanding of what has
been covered today,

add some more
tools to your
coaching kit


and provide an
opportunity to
apply and
practice the
use of these
tools and
concepts.

Until then, enjoy
your coaching
OPPORTUNITIES

and extend your coaching
approach by considering
these principles.