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COACHING TRAINING

Coaching, with a professional coach, is the practice of supporting an individual, referred to as a coachee, through the process of achieving a specific personal or professional result. The term 'client' may be used in life-coaching but in commercial settings the term 'client' is used[1]to describe the organization that 'pays' and not the person receiving coaching.

Description of coaching process The structure and methodologies of coaching are very numerous with one unifying feature, coaching approaches are predominantly facilitating in style, see facilitation; that is to say that the coach is mainly asking questions and challenging the coachee. Coaching is differentiated from therapeutic and counselling disciplines.

There are a variety of approaches within the coaching methodology.

Coaching is performed with individuals and groups, in person, over the phone and online.

The facilititive approach to coaching in sport was pioneered by Timothy Gallwey, hithertoo, sports coaching was (and often remains solely a skills-based learning experience from a master in the sport). Other contexts for coaching are numerous and include executive coaching, life-coaching, emotional intelligence coaching and wealth coaching.

Today, coaching is widespread. For example, Newcastle College registered 15,000 students on its Performance Coaching Diploma Course from launch and within its first four years. The UK's Chartered Institute of Personnel Management reports Taking the Temperature of Coaching, 2009.</ref> that 51% of companies (sample of 500) 'consider coaching as a key part of learning development' and 'crucial to their strategy', with 90% reporting that they 'use coaching'. The basic skills of coaching are often being developed in managers within organizations specifically to upskill their managing and leadership abilities, rather than to apply in formal one-to-one coaching sessions. These skills can also be applied within team meetings and are akin then to the more traditional skills of group facilitation.

Certification and Accreditation In the United States, there is no official accreditation for professional coaches. Certification can be obtained through a privately owned organization.

According to coach credentialing expert, Dr. Rey Carr, in European countries "accreditation" can mean either organizations or individuals.

Instructing, coaching and mentoring differ. Instructors disseminate knowledge.[citation needed] Coaches help coachees to build skills. Mentors shape mental attitudes.[citation needed] Alternately, instructors train to immediate tasks, coaches accompany achievements, and mentors provide whole-life shaping.[citation needed]

There are many definitions of coaching, mentoring and various styles of line management and training. Greif defines [3] coaching 'It aims at improving the attainment of self-congruent goals or cconscious self-change and self-development'. McLeod defines[4] coaching as 'the use of silence, questions and chellenge to assist a coachee towards a defined target. These are often present issues or ones that relate to the future'.

The position is complicated by the perceived overlapping between many of these activities. A more succinct definition positions coaching as follows:[citation needed]
Managing is making sure people do what they know how to do.
Training is teaching people to do what they don’t know how to do.
Mentoring is showing people how the people who are really good at doing something do it.

Coaching is none of these – it is helping to identify the skills and capabilities that are within the person, and enabling them to use them to the best of their ability – and by that increasing the independence within the individual, and reducing reliance. McLeod however, asserts that this definition of coaching completely ignores the changes in thinking that create the behavioural changes in skills in capabilities subesequently.[5]

Coaching rests on the professional use of a specific range of linguistic skills such as targeted restatements and the limited and judicious use of powerful questions with the aim to help clients shift their perspectives on an issue or ambition, and thereby discover different solutions and options, in order to achieve their goals. These linguistic skills are indifferently used when coaching clients in any field. In this sense, coaching is a form of meta-profession that can apply to accompanying clients in any human endeavor, ranging from their concerns in sports and personal, professional, social, family, political, spiritual dimensions, etc.

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
             
 
             
 
             
 
 
 
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