Coaching is a process that happens over time.  Since it is a patient driven service, the patient will need to be dedicated, committed and willing to develop themselves.
Together the patient and coach will assess the patients strengths and weaknesses and learn how to compensate for those weaknesses and develop personal styles to draw on the patients strengths. The coach can also be very helpful in reminding, encouraging and helping the child to stay focused and on task. We would suggest a regular, at least weekly, meeting at a regular time slot, for between 30-45 minutes.
We’ve shared a simple and effective 5-step process for sharing feedback and holding another person accountable for performance. If you’d like to share this skill set with others as part of your performance coaching training, please contact us. Hi, Laurie Dupar here from Coaching for ADHD.  After years of working with clients who were unsure as to whether or not their ADHD medications were “working”, I created this ADHD Medication Log. By daily tracking the type, dose, frequency, positive and negative side effects of ADHD medications, you and your prescriber will be able to have a clearer idea if this is the right medication for you. As a bonus, you’ll also enjoy a complimentary subscription to my newsletter, New Perspectives, which is filled with valuable information, tips, strategies and resources for people with ADHD.
To download the ADHD Medication Log, enter your name and email address in the form below for FREE, INSTANT ACCESS. In fact, 96% indicated they would repeat the process given the same circumstances that prompted them seeking a coach in the first place.
There are an estimated 47,000 professional coaches across the world bringing in an annual income close to $2 billion each year. Professional coaching explicitly targets maximizing potential and in doing this unlocks latent sources of productivity and effectiveness.
In the face of uncertainty caused by workforce reductions and other factors, expectations remain very high.
The coach-client relationship generates learning and clarity for forward action with a commitment to clear measurable outcomes. Professional Coaching results in increased productivity, positive people and has a huge return on investment. One of the biggest questions I hear from coaches is "What does group and team coaching look like?" Depending on the type of coaching process you are going to undertake - in person or by phone, there are a number of approaches you may use. If connection does not exist amongst group or team members, and participants are not shaping and engaging fully in the conversation, it is likely they are not having a coaching conversation. Many coaches also may introduce peer coaching as a component of their work, particularly in group coaching, and sometimes with larger teams or departments. Laser coaching can be integrated into your work with small groups, large groups, virtual as well as in person programs.
Field work could include a request, inquiry OR a list of websites or reading lists for group members to refer to.
Field work is an important component throughout the coaching process in support of action, awareness, deepening insights.

Field work can also be designed to sustain the conversation and learning in between sessions.
Coaches who facilitate virtual group and team coaching programs may find that field work is essential in leveraging the time you have together, enabling you to use the call time to discuss insights gleaned during field work amongst group members. Finally, field work provides an opportunity for those that value more time for reflection and preparation.
Individual reflection may involve the provision of questions to reflect and write upon, structured journaling, or work which can be completed in the moment provide pause points for individuals during the coaching process. In the spirit of sustaining the conversation, learning partners or buddies may be assigned or created at the start of the coaching process to meet in between the coaching touch-points.
Coaches may suggest possible focus areas for learning partners to explore together, or they may work with the learning partners to identify their own focus areas.
Hybrid approaches or a  mix of 1-1 and Group Coaching Conversations can be very useful in a group coaching context. Coaches should take some caution in integrating a hybrid approach if they are undertaking team coaching work, especially if you are coaching the entire team system.
What are the preferences of the group members you work with (reflection, conversation, movement, writing)? Contributing Author: Jennifer Britton, MES, CPCC, PCC, BCC is the author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010). For additional tips and exploration of these different approaches, plus other approaches such as journaling and body-centered coaching (also known as 'using geography' in some coaching models) read Chapter 8 of Jennifer's latest book,  "From One to Many: Best Practices of Team and Group Coaching". Coaching Tools 101 - The GROW Model as the ULTIMATE Coaching Tool, Questions and Why it Always Works!
Balance & Self Care Toolkit $79.65 $59 now $49 Help your clients find self-care & balance. There needs to be an agenda and this is often best done with the use of a notebook where items discussed are noted, and these can then be reviewed at the forthcoming meeting.
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At the heart of coaching is a creative and thought-provoking process that supports individuals to confidently pursue new ideas and alternative solutions with greater resilience in the face of growing complexity and uncertainty. Restoring self-confidence and self-trust to face the challenge is critical to meet organizational demands. Coaching offers a good return in investment for individual clients and offers a significant return on investment for companies. But what is key to any group and team coaching process is creating connection and fostering engagement amongst the group. The approaches you use are likely to be influenced by the preferences of the groups or teams you work with, your own coaching style, along with additional factors such as what expectations you have set with group members and the coaching agreement or alliance you have designed.

A mix of large group, small group and paired discussion can be useful in both contexts (in-person and virtual).
Peer coaching can involve Peer to Peer Sharing, Conversation, Accountability and Questioning.
This may include 7-10 minute  individual coaching of group members during the session on a topic of their choice or one related to the group topic.
It could also include an assessment or other activities (such as a values checklist) to complete before the start of the program. One of the most valuable components of any group or team coaching process is the peer sharing that occurs. Individual reflection provides group members with opportunities for capturing their thoughts. There are several benefits to learning partners including promoting Connection, Trust and Intimacy within group, as well as deepening conversation around key topics in between sessions. Participants get the breadth of the group coaching conversation, as well as the depth of the individual conversation.
It may be better to bring in an additional coach to undertake that individual coaching work.
Her second book "From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching" will be released mid-July. The previous week needs to be looked at and analysed as to where problems occurred, what might have been done to help, and general encouragement given. Peer coaching opportunities can be included throughout the coaching process - during group discussions and between group sessions.
While you are laser coaching, ask the rest of the group to listen deeply to the questions you are asking and how this impacts them. For example, field work for a team having challenges in difficult conversations may involve having them individually complete a conflict self-assessment in order to gain further awareness around their conflict style. This hybrid approach allows for focus on core foundations and common interest areas of the group. Jenn supports coaches in designing their own group coaching programs through the CCE-approved Group Coaching Essentials and Advanced Group Coaching Practicum programs. The next week is then planned ahead, potential pitfalls identified, and as much praise, support and planning done as possible. If learning partners are included in organizational programming, these new relationships can lead to enhanced capacity development. It allow allows each individual client an opportunity to explore their own interest areas in a more focused way.

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