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Copy of Coaching and Mentoring

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Why has there been an increase in coaching?

COACHING

Coaching takes many forms. In a basic sense it is a method of training, directing or instructing a person or group of people to do a specific task, achieve a goal or develop certain skills.

MENTORING

Mentoring is a relationship built on trust, and one of its primary goals is to make a young people (or persons new to a field of endeavor) more confident in their abilities and talents.
DEFINITON
Professional Coaching Organizations, Certifications & Publications
Why has there been an increase in coaching?
Coaching
A personal (usually one-to-one), on-the-job approach used by managers and trainers to help people develop their skills and levels of competence.

Qualities of a Good Coach
POSITIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC
KNOWLEDGABLE
GOOD LISTENERS
PATIENT
RESPECTFUL
COACHING
Kwamy Togbey
Eden Whitten
Nicole Dunn
Jeovany Zelaya
in
Organizations
EEFECTIVE COACHING IS INTERACTIVE
- Discuss rather than lecture or give orders
- Ask questions
- Listen to what the employee has to say
- Pay attention to body language, too
Expanding Profession
Mentoring is to support and encourage people to manage their own learning in order that they may maximize their potential, develop their skills, improve their performance and become the person they want to be."
Key Drivers

Coaching has greater perceived value

More decision makers are becoming aware of its importance




A mentor should help the mentee to believe in themselves and boost their confidence
A mentor should ask questions and challenge while providing guidance and encouragement
Mentoring allows the mentee to explore new ideas in confidence
It is a chance for the mentee to look more closely at themselves, their issues, their opportunities and what they want from life
Mentoring vs. Counseling
- Longer term goals
- Need not be focused on a specific problem
- May involve advice and guidance and experiences of mentor
- Often involves value judgments on the part of the mentor based on their own expertise and wisdom

- Shorter term goals
- Usually deals with specific problems
- Depends on the technical skills of the counselor rather than their personal experiences in similar situations
- There are no value judgments on the part of the counselor

OBSERVANT
GOOD COMMUNICATORS
SUPPORTIVE
TACTFUL
EMPOWERING
Current trends &
Future Opportunities
Increase of charismatic behaviors
Increases the ability to inspire and impact followers
Helps to enhance performance and effectiveness
Helps the executive perform more effectively on the present job and for the future
Increase of charismatic behaviors
Increases the ability to inspire and impact followers
Helps to enhance performance, effectiveness, creativity, and commitment
Helps the executive perform more effectively on the present job and for the future
30,000
1981
1987
2002
1996
1937
399 BC
First Coach Training Program
The Hudson Insitutute in California launched coach training program.
Newsweek
Professional Coaches: 1,000
The Wall Street Journal
Professional Coaches: 25,000
Nothing New
First Academic Article
Coaching Types

Leadership - To increase effectiveness as a leader or manager
Performance - To identify reasons and remedies for sub-standard performance in a specific skill or area.
Career - To explore career or job options, change, jobs or retire
Executive - To increase effectiveness in execution of a senior management position
Leadership
To increase effectiveness as a leader or manager
Performance
To identify reasons and remedies for sub-standard performance in a specific skill or area
Career
To explore career or job options, change, jobs or retire
Executive
To increase effectiveness in execution of a senior management position
International Coach Federation (ICF)
International Consortium of Coaching in Organizations
Professional Coaches and Mentors Associations (PCMA)
The Foundation of Coaching
American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)
American Psychological Association

Corporate Coach U and Coach Training Institute
Lee Hecht Harrison, Dreak Beam Morin, Personal Decisions International
International Journal of Evidence-based Coaching and Mentoring
Coaching Psychologist

Certification requirements and Professional Coaches' background
Requirement of completion of formal coach training
Master's and/or doctoral degrees in related fields (psychology, communications, adult development, training)
Certification to administer and interpret assessment instruments (Myers-Briggs Type indicator, The Hogan Assessment, Birkman Mehtod)
Psychologists and Consultants
Human Resources, Training, Talent Management, Leadership development, Organization Development Professionals
Internal Coaches and External Coaches
Supply of Professional Coaches
Proliferation of coach training programs in 1980s
Success Unlimited Network, 1981
The Hudson Institute, 1987
New Ventures West and Newfield Network
1996: 1,000 Professional Coaches (Newsweek)
1999: 16,000 coaches (International Coach Federations, 2006
2002: 25,000 coaches (Wall Street Journal)
2006 ICF survey: estimated 30,000 coaches worldwide)
Greater Spend on coaching
More pressure on the profession to demonstrate results
Greater opportunities for coaching professionals
Current "Best Practices"
Coaching is becoming a commodity
Requiring reproducible and predictable results
The Future of Coaching
Fill the needs for the workplace of Tomorrow
Fewer Workers
Undereducated
Aging
More diverse
Conclusion
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