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Coaching Training

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Coaching Training focuses on helping coaches properly define their coaching roles and provides the skills needed for success. A wide range of activities fall under the label of coachingguiding, teaching motivating, and mentoringand this book is designed to train for one-on-one coaching situations. Find the best advice for choosing training session content, sample training agendas, and step-by-step preparation and training delivery instructions.

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. The ASTD Trainer’s WorkShop Series
  3. Preface
  4. Introduction: How to Use This Book Effectively
    1. What Is Coaching?
    2. Why This Is Important
    3. How the Book Was Developed
    4. The Context of the Training
    5. The Content of the Training
    6. The Probable Realities of Participants
    7. How to Use This Book
    8. The Book’s Organization
    9. Icons
    10. What to Do Next
  5. Assessing the Learning Needs of Coaches
    1. Assessment Steps
    2. Methods
    3. Assessment Tips
    4. Two Key Resources
    5. Using Focus Groups in Training Needs Assessment
  6. Designing Interactive Training for Coaches
    1. Principles of Design in Experiential Learning
    2. A Note on Training Language
    3. Using the Sample Designs in This Book
    4. Tips on Designing Effective Training for Coaches
  7. Facilitating Coaching Training
    1. The Role of the Facilitator
    2. What Is a Facilitator?
    3. Experiential Learning
    4. Debriefing Experiential Learning
    5. Creating the Learning Environment
    6. What to Do Next
  8. Evaluating and Improving Coaching Training
    1. Why Bother?
    2. The Classic Levels of Training Evaluation
    3. Instruments for Evaluation in This Workbook
    4. Improving Training for Coaches
    5. What to Do Next
  9. Individual/Small Group Session
    1. Individual Session
    2. Small Group Session
    3. What to Do Next
  10. Half-Day Session
    1. Objectives and Use
    2. Choosing the Content
    3. Sample Agenda One
    4. Sample Agenda Two
    5. Sample Agenda Three
    6. Sample Agenda Four
    7. Sample Agenda Five
    8. Step-by-Step Planning
    9. What to Do Next
  11. Full-Day Session
    1. Objectives and Use
    2. Choosing the Content
    3. Sample Agenda One
    4. Sample Agenda Two
    5. Sample Agenda Three
    6. Step-by-Step Planning
    7. What to Do Next
  12. Multi-Day Session
    1. Objectives and Use
    2. Choosing the Content
    3. Sample Agenda (Day One)
    4. Sample Agenda (Day Two)
    5. Sample Agenda (Day Three)
    6. Step-by-Step Planning
    7. What to Do Next
  13. Content Modules
    1. Using the Content Modules
    2. The Modules
    3. Content Module 10–1: Learning Partners
    4. Content Module 10–2: What Is Coaching?
    5. Content Module 10–3: Coaching Self-Assessment
    6. Content Module 10–4: Needs Assessment and Defining the Coaching Relationship
    7. Content Module 10–5: Building Trust and Rapport
    8. Content Module 10–6: Listening for Understanding
    9. Content Module 10–7: Giving Effective Feedback
    10. Content Module 10–8: Coach as Guide
    11. Content Module 10–9: Coach as Motivator
    12. Content Module 10–10: Coach as Teacher
    13. Content Module 10–11: Coach as Mentor
  14. Assessments and Training Instruments
    1. Assessments and Training Instruments
  15. Structured Experiences
    1. The Structured Experiences
    2. Structured Experience 12–1: What Is Coaching?
    3. Structured Experience 12–2: I Want to Drive
    4. Structured Experience 12–3: Building Rapport
    5. Structured Experience 12–4: Trust Walk
    6. Structured Experience 12–5: Draw It
    7. Structured Experience 12–6: Team Theater
    8. Structured Experience 12–7: Where Do I Want to Go?
    9. Structured Experience 12–8: Break It Down
    10. Structured Experience 12–9: Origami Knowledge Transfer
    11. Structured Experience 12–10: Snowflake
    12. Structured Experience 12–11: What’s Important to Me?
    13. Structured Experience 12–12: Mentoring Discussion
  16. Using the Compact Disc
    1. Contents of the CD
    2. Computer Requirements
    3. Printing from the CD
    4. Adapting the PowerPoint Slides
    5. Showing the PowerPoint Presentations
  17. For Further Reading
  18. About the Author