• Atlas Business Coaching Curriculum contents

Atlas Business Coaching Curriculum contents

What is coaching? – understanding coaching -coaching described.

  1. Benefits of Coaching
  2. The art of reflective practice learning to Lure not compel
  3. A Coach Their attributes and qualities
  4. The five stages of Coaching

Non directive coaching

  1. Asking good questions
  2. Listening
  3. Active listening
  4. Empathy, Congruence UPR
  5. Respecting the choices others make
  6. Self disclosure

Effective Coaching and the interpersonal world of an individual. Allowing a person to learn without being taught.

  1. Understanding the importance of goals
  2. Identifying long term goals
  3. Learning to challenge and being challenged
  4. The coaching process DPP(T)
  5. The importance of relationships and the impact we have on others

An introduction for managers to the skills of effective coaching

  1. Choosing who to coach – are they willing and able
  2. Initiating contact
  3. Agreeing parameters and boundaries
  4. Setting the ground rules

Generating understanding and raising awareness of self and others

  1. Generation of ideas and making choices
  2. Solving specific problems – the paradoxical nature of change
  3. Developing yourself
  4. Perceptions

Proposing – a non directive approach

  1. Establishing a starting point
  2. Necessary Conditions needed for development
  3. Building a rapport and relationship
  4. Assessment and evaluation
  5. Providing feedback
  6. Preparing for the separation of Coach and Client

Coaching in the work place

a) Choosing the right environment

b) Using the ABC Matrix of relationship and goal setting

Getting started

a) Making sure the relationship is understood

b) Setting parameters and boundaries

c) Motivation –v- Resistance DPP 86/124

Coaching teams

a) Understanding the Group process

b) ‘T’ Groups

c) Motivation – ‘A’ motivation DPP 86

coaching in context

a) Goals, Plans, Skills

b) Mission, Vision organisational strategy

c) Individual locus of evaluation Internal External

d) Script formation – objective behavioural –v- subjective intentional

The art of coaching

  1. Counselling, Mentoring Coaching
  2. Training Coaches
  3. Questions to ask a prospective Coach
  4. The buyers prospective