In my previous posts, I outlined some of the common myths of coaching and the critical mistakes coaches make and how to correct them.
When I first started coaching professionally, I made all of those critical mistakes simply because I didn’t have a coaching methodology or model to guide me through the coaching process.
Coaching is such an important part of leadership today. Managers are expected to know how to bring the best out of people but unfortunately, many managers have not learned the skills of coaching.
This is such an important skill for a manager to have that I wrote a book called Transition from Manager to Coach, to help professionals become better at what they do and better help others by acquiring coaching skills.
Rather than try and explain how to coach in detail here, let me share with you the coaching model I outline in my book, Transition from Manager to Coach.