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2 What is coaching? Workbook Section 1 Page 3

3 Career Coaching Compared To: Interviewing Mentoring Counselling / Therapy Training Performance Coaching Life Coaching Workbook Section 1 Page 5

4 When not to coach Workbook Section 1 Page 6

5 Problem Focus Solution Focus Solution Focused Coaching What happened? What went wrong? What didn’t work? How bad was/could it be? Tell me more.... What could happen? What went right? How good could it be? What didn’t work? What skills do you have you can apply now? Workbook Section 2 Pages 3 - 9

6 Redirecting Reinforcing Resisting Temptation Shifting Gears Follow-Ups Keeping Coaching On Track Workbook Section 2 Page 10

7 GROWGROW Workbook Section 2 Pages

8 Reality Way Forward Goal Options Goal – Reality – Options – Way Forward

9 Speed Coaching Challenge Explain exercise Select pairs and set up Prep- Choose topic (see next slide) and read workbook pages - 2 minutes Round One GROW coaching– 10 minutes Round One De-brief using workbook – 2 minutes SWAP Round Two GROW coaching – 10 minutes Round One De-brief using workbook – 2 minutes

10 I wish I spoke up more at meetings I want to build my ‘personal brand’ at work I want to be a better networker – internally or externally I am worried/nervous about a project/presentation I don’t know what training for my development I should do next year I want to build my commercial acumen I want to manage my time better Speed Coaching Challenge

11 This programme has the following objectives… Integrating the results of self-assessment and career coaching to increase clarity of their talents, skills, values, interests and options. Helping people understand and articulate career goals, and create realistic plans to attain them Assisting candidates to identify, analyse and clarify their career and personal strengths Providing candidates with an objective awareness of areas needing further development, which in turn reduces professional and personal conflict. Assisting candidates to focus and take action on their goals. One Session Model Workbook Section 3 Page 3

12 CAREER PLANNING (10 mins) Stage 3 – OPTIONS (10 mins) 5 year vision Realistic first milestone to reach vision – 12month goal Obstacles and Actions Stage 4 – Way Forward (10 mins) How to make it happen! Review support Review that met goal / objective of session Confirm next steps One Session Model Stage 1– GOAL and SET UP (5 min) Identify objective and goal for one session and agree agenda Clarify expectations Contracting and confidentiality Explain need to move very quickly through the session Briefly overview your background Stage 2– REALITY / BACKGROUND (25 mins) Short, targeted situational review Short, targeted background Interview Online Career Centre Review Workbook Section 3 Page 4

13 Be clearer about what my next career step could be Gain clarity around my future career goals Gain a better understanding of how to manage my career Have a practical plan for my career Know what my next step could be Understand how my career could progress Make a decision around my next step Feel more positive about my career Feel more empowered about my career Have a better understanding of what is important to me in my career Have some greater clarity about career decision making Session Purpose Examples

14 To come away with three or four actions I can take in the next six months to get towards my career goal of ______________. To have two or three more steps I can take by October to help me decide on my next career move. To leave the session with two ideas I can research by 2 nd September about how to get more challenge in my role. To have four actions I can take in the next eight weeks to increase my choices of being selected for a secondment to a _____________ role. Session Goal: Examples

15 Potential Problematic Expectations Wanting the ‘magic’ answer Expecting the coach to do all the work Worried about confidentiality Unclear about coaches/coachee role Rules around programme / how it all works No show/ late to appointments Set Up Workbook Section 3 Page 5

16 Career Coaching Worksheet Workbook Section 3 Page

17 Career Planning Sheet Workbook Section 3 Page 22

18 Career Coaching Resources Workbook Section 4

19 Background Review Workbook Section 4 Page 4 - 8

20 HIGH POINTS SKILLS ENJOYED USING LOW POINTS PATTERNS OR THEMES INFLUENCESTALENTS ACHIEVEMENTS AREAS TO FURTHER EXPLORE BACKGROUND Review - Exercise Workbook Section 4 Page 4-8

21 Career Stages and Talent 21 Entry Advancement Maintenance / Plateau Decline Workbook Section 4 Page 9

22 …aligned values become an internal compass at work. They guide our actions and behaviours… Personal and Career Values Defining what is important – what an individual values most Clarifies values - gives a greater sense of alignment with daily activities, greatly enhancing a sense of purpose and achievement Workbook Section 4 Page 10 Personal Report Page 5

23 Motivators Inner force and source of energy Identifies the consistent themes or motivators in an individual’s career which shape and guide life and work decisions “I’m good at lots of things but which path shall I take?” Workbook Section 4 Page 12 Personal Report Page 9

24 Expertise: Motivated to attain a high level of accomplishment in a specialized field Challenge: Motivated by the intellectual, physical or personal challenge from their work Balance: Motivated by a balanced work and lifestyle Contribution: Motivated to make a contribution or make a difference to others Business Creation:Motivated by innovation and business success Influence: Motivated by managerial influence and accountability Independence: Motivated by freedom and autonomy to make own decisions Security: Motivated by a solid and predictable future Motivators

25 Talents Identifies an individuals’ unique skill-sets Its what you can do AND you like to do! Clarifies skills for future development Identifies areas of work that individuals may like to minimise or avoid in future work opportunities Workbook Section 4 Page 15 Personal Report Page 16

26 ….the most successful employees do things not just because they are good at it but because they have a driving passion to be good at what they do … Preferences Analyses self-reported interests and provides career and development suggestions for further exploration. Identifies areas of work that match employee interests and natural career preferences, but where individuals may not yet have the experience, skills or training to work in those areas. Helps consider options for further training and development Workbook Section 4 Page 17 Personal Report Page 21

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29 While we have the building blocks or pieces of the puzzles for our future careers, it is meaningless without developing a compelling vision of what your work-life will look like in the future. Career Planning: Vision Workbook Section 4 Page 21

30 Questions to generate a 12 month goal This time next year, what will be different in your career? What will you have accomplished? What will be critical to your success for your vision? Does this goal help you to reach your vision? Career Planning: 12 Month Goal Workbook Section 4 Page 23

31 Questions to generate OPTIONS/milestones What are the key steps that will help you to achieve the 12 month goal? What will be some milestones along the way? In 6 months what will you have achieved? Will these milestones help you to achieve your 12 month goal? OPTIONS Milestones Workbook Section 4 Page 23

32 Questions to generate WILL/Actions What are the key steps that will help you to achieve the 12 month goal? What will be some milestones along the way? In 6 months what will you have achieved? Will these milestones help you to achieve your 12 month goal? WILL Actions Workbook Section 4 Page 23

33 Career Planning Sheet Workbook Section 4 Page 24

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