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Topic: Ideas To Advance Your Goals
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- Have lunch, coffee, coke chat, etc. with the person to build rapport; focus on only the person and the relationship for now; save the performance issue for later.
- Read Chapter 9 of The Coach:  Creating Partnerships For A Competitive Edge. (If you go there, press the "Back" button on your browser to return to this screen).
- Write a 3-phase description of the results you would like to see come from your coaching efforts with a particular person; what you would like to see Now, Later, Eventually. "As a result of my coaching efforts, Fred will . . .(Now/Later/Eventually) (describe results).
- Ask the coachee to give you a list of three things that you can do in the next two weeks to help them on their goal(s).
- Brief your team on 1 or 2 key concepts from the coaching workshop that you think are most valuable for them.
- If someone you are coaching is responding positively, ask if they would be willing to help (coach) someone else in turn.
- Ask someone you are coaching to write a brief summary on what the two of you have worked on over the last 4 to 6 weeks and what progress they think has been made.
- Read Win-Win Partnerships; Be on the Leading Edge with Synergistic Coaching.  (If you go there, press the "Back" button on your browser to return to this screen).
- Ask your organization about advanced coaching skills training.
- Read 1001 Ways to Reward Employees by Bob Nelson.  (If you go there, press the "Back" button on your browser to return to this screen).
- The first week of each month, check http://coachingandmentoring.com for updated coaching and mentoring news.  (If you go there, press the "Back" button on your browser to return to this screen).
- Write a short article on coaching for your in-house newsletter, or professional group newsletter.
- Find someone to help coach you.

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