Presentation on theme: "Leader coach. Process of improving personal skills through dialogue (Chornet & Lara, 2010) What is coaching? Develop the knowledge Increase responsibility."— Presentation transcript:
Process of improving personal skills through dialogue (Chornet & Lara, 2010) What is coaching? Develop the knowledge Increase responsibility Building confidence (Whitmore, 1998) What's looks for? How? Reflexion Tools and Techniques
Classical philosophy Socrates: The Mayéutica. Phaenarete (Mother of Socrates) Midwife, helps give light but does not give birth Sports world Timothy Gallwey: The Inner Game In every game you play against two opponents who are on the other side of the net and inside Origins of Coaching
American South American European Designed to achieve specific objectives, measurable and immediate. Thomas Leonard Aimed at improving personal skills. John Whitmore Aimed at working of relations between language, body and emotions. Rafael Echeverria Leo Ravier (2005) Schools of coaching
Individual Executive Personal Sports Executive Sports Organizational: Manager-coach Teams Types of coaching
Types Coaching for skills Coaching for Performance Coaching for development Coaching for the executive's agenda Whiterspoon & White (1996)
Coaching in the world Bresser, 2009 ZonePopulationCoachesDensity North America 8% (30%) 1/ USA & Canada 5% (26,7%) 1/ Europe12% (40%) 1/ European Union 7,4% (39,5%) 1/ South America 6%2.250 (5%)1/
Bresser, 2009 Coaching in the world ZonePopulationCoachesDensity Australasia0,5%4.300 (10%) 1/7.500 Asia59%4.500 (10%) 1/ Japan & Corea 3%2.200 (5%) 1/ Africa14,5%2.250 (5%)1/ South Africa0,8%1.600 (1,7%) 1/31.250
Leadership Leadership is the ability to influence a group to achieve a vision or set of goals
Transformational leadership Leaders broaden and elevate the interests of their followers, when they generate awareness and acceptance among the followers of the purposes and mission of the group, and encourage their followers to transcend their own interests for the sake of group.
Empowerment leadership 1.leading by example, referring to a set of behaviors that show the leader’s commitment to his or her own work as well as the work of his/her team members; 2. coaching, referring to a set of behaviors that educate team members and help them to become self-reliant; 3.participative decision making, referring to a leader’s use of team members’ information and input in making decisions; 4.showing concern, referring to a collection of behaviors that demonstrate a general regard for team members’ well- being; 5.informing, referring to the leader’s dissemination of company wide information such as mission and philosophy as well as other importation information.
Authentic leadership Process that combines the positive capacities of the leader and highly developed context of the organization. The process of authentic leadership positively influences self-awareness and self-regulation of positive behaviors by both leaders and followers, and stimulates positive personal growth and personal development.