If you have a coach or coach, you may be interested in making a change somewhere anywhere. You see an opportunity in yourself or someone else, and you want to make a difference. Now, if you're the one who jumps to change, then then, for the most part, are you in control. Otherwise, if you simply participate in someone's tactics, your role depends on 5 things.
- Their purpose to change, and the priority they put in the process.
- Their interest in using you as a resource and how important it is for you.
- Want them to do what is inevitable and necessary.
- Ability to influence.
- Your patience for the process and the other person.
It is important to consider these 5 factors because if you help someone else, you must admit that it's not about another person (put too much pressure on him / her) and ] It's not all about you (taking too much of yourself). At the same time, you must readily accept the fact that some do not want to help you. It's not your job to convince them to change.
If someone asks you for his or her process of change, you will get a normal responsibility. Be responsible, without misusing it. In order to do this, try using the ABCDE frame to create the right coach coach.
QUEST QUESTIONS. If someone approaches you and wishes to be her coach – do not just accept the offer. Ask questions to better understand their purpose, goals and vision to contact you. All too often we take things at nominal value and down the road, we realize that we were not the right solution.
believe. I think it's absolutely essential to only approve customer training that we believe has the potential. Now I do not recommend that only high performers deserve your time! No, I say instead that if you do not believe in the customer, you are making him abusive by accepting his offer. We all know little ones worse than being surrounded by someone who does not believe and believes in our potential! Do not drop the customer with your disbelief.
AGREEMENT. When you decide that you want to help the client to make changes, make this mutual decision. Contract does not have to be comprehensive to be valuable; Simply put the relationship in writing so that you can both be responsible for the process. Decide between your two what this should look like.
DIALOGUE. Conversation is not a one-way conversation, it's a two-fold process where new content is created. Set aside time where two of you can connect and make a call conversation. A connection before the official training process begins is a fundamental factor in building a relationship. Good communication harvest good improvement.
Expectations. As a coach, it's your job to express their expectations because most people are not experts by telling what they hope to do, receive and become. If you do not understand your expectations from the beginning, you will be struggling to deliver important training methods.
ABCDE is a great way to start the training process.