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  1. 1. InsideOut COACHING TM The 4.0 Participant Experience
  2. 2. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.2 MEET INSIDEOUT COACHING 4.0 InsideOut Development is pleased to announce the latest version of our flagship program—InsideOut Coaching. For more than two decades, InsideOut Coaching has been a leading manager-as-coach training program, helping tens of thousands of people take coaching to the next level for more and better business results. If you’re in a role where you influence decisions and help others get to action, you’re a coach. This is what makes coaching the most sought after leadership competency. Coaching is no longer accepted as a preferred skill set for leaders—it’s their most important responsibility—and companies everywhere seek coach training that is practical and easy to implement throughout their organization. Designed for a broad audience of senior, mid-level, and front-line managers and leaders, InsideOut Coaching features workshop preparation, a traditional or live online classroom experience, and targeted sustainability tools, with new videos, activities, and job aids that help improve learning stickiness and sustainability, and enhance the overall participant experience. –Alan Fine, InsideOut Development Founder COACHING IS THE DIALOGUE LEADERS USE TO GET WORK DONE, AND THE ONLY THING THAT DIFFERENTIATES YOUR LEADERSHIP FROM OTHERS, IS THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF YOUR COACHING CONVERSATIONS. “ ”
  3. 3. THE 4.0 PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE© 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 3 Program Features: Program Enhancements: WORKSHOP PREPARATION Coaching Assessment/Snapshot WORKSHOP Participant Kit Job Aids Videos APPLICATION & SUSTAINABILITY Action Planning Online Coaching Community Coaching Activity Tracker eLearning Module Coaching Assessment/Snapshot Participant Workbook GROW Worksheet and Cards Conversation Planner GROW® On-The-Go Quick-Check Questions Videos: • Coaching InsideOut • Nature of Performance • Introduction to GROW • Coaching for Breakthrough • Prepare, Plan, Practice • Coaching for Alignment • More Leaders Coaching, More Often, For More Impact “Getting Started” Module and Coaching Routine Website Track and Share Functionality Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated New New New New New New New New
  4. 4. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.4 WORKSHOPPREPARATION WORKSHOP PREPARATION Workshop preparation provides participants context for the program, including how coaching connects to an overall business strategy, and enables them to collect data on their coaching to reflect on and apply in the workshop. The eLearning Module is an online, self-paced tool to better prepare participants for classroom learning. Participants connect coaching to results in the workplace, identify real-world scenarios for use in the workshop, and generate a Coaching Snapshot to bridge the gap between what they think and actually do when it comes to coaching. The questions below will provide a snapshot, or data from a point in time, about how you and others perceive your coaching. This is also a unique opportunity to gain insights into how your perceptions may differ from others. Remember that it’s not about who gave you what scores, and to thank those who gave you feedback. Never 1 2 3 4 5 Not Often Sometimes Often Always Not Applicable COACHING SNAPSHOT InsideOutCOACHING © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. | insideoutdev.com | 888.262.2448 10-016-07-04-00 Understanding My Coaching Snapshot My Coaching Average Score reflects the specific habits and behaviors you demonstrate as a coach, and the changes or improvements that your coaching consistently drives forward. A low score might suggest you are not holding coaching conversations, not following through to hold others accountable, or that your coaching conversations are not leading to results. A high score would suggest that your coaching conversations are leading others to take action and be accountable for their commitments, and driving individual and team results that are the most important. Improving My Score To improve My Coaching Average score, focus on: • Identifying coaching opportunities more often • Getting clear on your business priorities • Ensuring every coaching conversation has a clear goal, and that goal helps make progress on top priorities • Using coaching to guide high and low performance conversations and constructively raising challenges that are preventing high performance • Consistently helping those you coach to identify their own actions and solutions • Seeking and offering feedback regularly • Holding others accountable for their decisions, actions, and results Self Others 7. Jane explores with others the key issues impacting their goals. 4.0 5.0 8. Jane creates a safe environment for others where they believe the best can happen. 4.0 5.0 9. Jane provides feedback in a way that increases others receptivity. 4.0 5.0 10. Jane demonstrates understanding for another’s point of view. 4.0 5.0 11. Jane shares personal ideas and experiences with others to help them move forward. 3.0 5.0 My Coaching Average Score: 4.1 Self Others 1. Jane supports others in finding their own solutions to achieve their goals. 1.0 2.2 2. Jane uses coaching conversations to help others take action and deliver on commitments. 3.0 4.4 3. Jane uses coaching to constructively raise challenging issues with individuals when needed. 2.0 4.8 4. Jane uses coaching conversations to reward and recognize high performance. 5.0 4.8 5. Jane regularly uses coaching conversations to make progress on top priorities. 4.0 5.0 6. Jane creates a clear goal for each coaching conversation. 4.0 5.0 Three Highest Rated Items by Feedback Givers: 1. Jane uses coaching to constructively raise challenging issues with individuals when needed. 5.0 2. Jane uses coaching conversations to reward and recognize high performance. 4.0 3. Jane creates a safe environment for others where they believe the best can happen. 5.0 Three Lowest Rated Items by Feedback Givers: 1. Jane demonstrates understanding for another’s point of view. 1.0 2. Jane regularly uses coaching conversations to make progress on top priorities. 1.0 3. Jane creates a clear goal for each coaching conversation. 2.0 Jane Sample January 01, 2015 IOC_4.0_Coaching Snapshot Report Sample_10-016-07-04-00_080315.indd 1 8/5/15 1:38 PM eLearning Module Coaching Snapshot
  5. 5. THE 4.0 PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE© 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 5 PREPARE Use the GROW Process to determine your goal for theconversation. Get clear on the Goal, the Reality you’llshare, and the Options you’ll pursue if you can’t get alignment.What’s my Goal? What’s the Reality?What are the Options if I don’t get agreement? 1 © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 10-016-04-04-00 | insideoutdev.com 2 PLAN Plan the conversation using the questions and possible responses below. GOAL REALITY OPTIONS WAYFORWARD COACH COACHEE Define Next Steps: Sample: “So, our next steps are ___________.” (Note the date and time.) Follow GROW for Breakthrough if applicable. Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Share Your Reality: Sample: “This is what’s showing up for me.” Ask for Their Reality: Sample: “How does it show up for you?” Demonstrate Understanding: Sample: “So, what I hear you saying is ________. Have I understood you correctly?” Possible Response: Claim Common Ground About the Core Issue: Sample: “So, you agree that _________. Is that accurate?” Ask for Buy In: Sample: “I’d like for us to work together to _________. Will you work with me on this?“ IF NO: Continue with Options. IF YES: “Thanks for agreeing to ________.” (Proceed to Way Forward.) Describe Choices: Sample: “If you are not willing to work together, it puts me in a tough spot because ________. If that’s the case, then __________. Will you work with me on this?” Explain Your Goal: Sample: “I have something I’d like your help with. Could we discuss it now?” Share Your Intent: Sample: “Here is what I would like to do. I will share my perspective and get yours. If we’re on the same page, I’d like to discuss how to ________.” (What you want for the person.) “If I am not accurate, I need to know that, too.” LISTENANDREFLECTBACK LISTENANDREFLECTBACK LISTENANDREFLECTBACKLISTENANDREFLECTBACK Conversation PlannerCoaching for Alignment 3 PRACTICE Practice the conversation with acolleague or friend. Try to get thereal words out of your mouth. © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 10-016-04-04-00 | insideoutdev.com What Else? What topic do you want to discuss? What do you want from this discussion? (Decision, Strategy, Option, Plan) What are the consequences if you do not reach this goal? Does this option interest you enough to take action? How will you go about it? What might get in the way? How might you overcome that? What and when is the next step? Briefly, what has been happening? What have you tried so far? What were the results? What’s your sense of the obstacles for you? For others? What different way might others describe this situation? If anything were possible, what might you do? If you were the other person, what would you have to hear/see to get your attention? If you were watching this conversation, what would you recommend? Do any of these ideas interest you enough to explore further? Would you like suggestions from me? If you were to do this, how might you go about it? Is the goal still realistic? WayForward Options Goal Reality Coaching for BreakthroughGROW® KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE FaithFire Focus GROW® Model WayForw ard Options Reality Goal WORKSHOP Offered in a traditional or live online classroom format, and led by a senior facilitator, the workshop is engaging and interactive, with group discussions, videos, demonstrations, activities, and coaching practice, that gets participants ready to apply InsideOut Coaching on the job. Participant Materials New participant workbook and job aids are straightforward and simple, with powerful visual references and sample scenarios that are relatable and relevant, to better connect learning to a real-world environment. Participant Learning A newly designed learning sequence helps anchor and thread content throughout the day and is an easy way to reference key concepts and support tools post workshop. MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults More leaders coaching, more often, for more impact InsideOut COACHING TM What Else? WAY FORWARD Does this option interest you enough to take action? How will you go about it? What might get in the way? How might you overcome that? What and when is the next step? OPTIONS If you were the other person,what would you have to hear/seeto get your attention? If you were watching this conversation,what would you recommend? Would you like suggestions from me? Do any of these ideas interestyou enough to explore further? If you were to do this, howmight you go about it? GOAL What topic do you want to discuss? What do you want from this discussion? What are the consequences if you do not reach this goal? REALITY Briefly, what has been happening? What have you tried so far? What were the results? What is your sense of theobstacles for you? For others? What different way might others describe this situation? Is the goal still realistic? © 2009-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Do not duplicate without permission. 10-016-05-04-00 (Decision, Strategy, Option, Plan) GROW® Coaching for Breakthrough If anything were possible,what might you do? KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE FaithFire Focus GROW Model W ayForward Options Reality Goal © C M Y CM MY CY CMY K IOC_4.0 GROW Card Large 10-016-05-04-00 080315 PRINT.pdf 1 8/5/15 11:51 AM s Quick-Check Questions 1 2 3 What's working? Where are yougetting stuck? What could you © 2009-2 015 InsideO ut Develop ment. All rights reserve d. Do not duplica te without permiss ion. 10-016-06 -04-00 © 2011-2014 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. | insideoutdev.com YOUR INSIDEOUT MINDSET The belief that everyone has capacity to learn and perform at a higher level. YOUR COACHING TOOLS COACHING FOR Breakthrough QUICK-CHECK QUESTIONS CO NVERSATIONPLANNER GROWWORKSHEE T COACHING FOR Breakthrough COACHING FOR Alignment COACHING Check-Ins & Feedback COACHING FOR Breakthrough © WORKSHOP
  6. 6. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.6 PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Produce examples of real conversations mapped to the three types of coaching conversations 
 • Align the practice of coaching to results 
 • Learn the InsideOut Coaching Mindset 
 • Differentiate between the two ways to approach coaching (Outside-In and InsideOut) 
 Participant Slides Participant Workbook MODULE 1 COACHING DRIVES RESULTS Right © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 4 The Europeans coined the term “coaching” for a vehicle that takes valued people from where they are to where they want to go. The practice of helping others make decisions, commit to actions, and produce results. COACHING An InsideOut™ Mindset and coaching approach brings out existing potential and elevates every performance. M O D U L E 1 COACHING DRIVES RESULTS MODULE1 CoachingDrivesResults -2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. THE 4.0 PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE© 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 7 WORKSHOP MODULE 2 NATURE OF PERFORMANCE PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Learn the elements and impact of The Performance Wheel 
 • Experience how reducing interference and leveraging focus can power performance 
 M O D U L E 2 NATURE OF PERFORMANCE Knowledge, Faith, Fire, and Focus are elements that impact performance. 2 MODULE2 NatureofPerformance 015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Participant Slides Participant Workbook
  8. 8. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.8 MODULE 3 COACHING FOR BREAKTHROUGH PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Determine opportunities to Coach for Breakthrough—when the other person has a goal 
 • Experience how the GROW Model accelerates decision making, problem solving, and results 
 • Coach for Breakthrough using GROW 
 • Create GROW® On-The-Go questions for quick or informal coaching opportunities Left WHEN TO COACH FOR BREAKTHROUGH: Any time someone asks for your help, shares a challenge, or asks for your perspective, you have an opportunity to Coach for Breakthrough. Whether subtle or dramatic, breakthroughs are about getting unstuck, clarifying goals, making decisions, and determining the best way to move forward. A breakthrough is a shift that permits further progress. BREAKTHROUGH The GROW Model 24© 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.MODULE 3: COACHING FOR BREAKTHROUGH GROW: Goal, Reality, Options, Way Forward The GROW Model is a widely used tool that maps decision making and enables breakthroughs. When you’re able to make better decisions more often, you accelerate individual and organizational performance. KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE FaithFire Focus GROW Model W ayForward Options Reality Goal © 23 InsideOutCOACHING © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. The GROW Model is a tool that maps how we make decisions and helps individuals break through barriers to achieve a goal. M O D U L E 3 COACHING FOR BREAKTHROUGH 3 MODULE3 CoachingforBreakthrough © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Participant Workbook Participant Slides © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 10-016-04-04-00 | insideoutdev.com What Else? What topic do you want to discuss? What do you want from this discussion? (Decision, Strategy, Option, Plan) What are the consequences if you do not reach this goal? Does this option interest you enough to take action? How will you go about it? What might get in the way? How might you overcome that? What and when is the next step? Briefly, what has been happening? What have you tried so far? What were the results? What’s your sense of the obstacles for you? For others? What different way might others describe this situation? If anything were possible, what might you do? If you were the other person, what would you have to hear/see to get your attention? If you were watching this conversation, what would you recommend? Do any of these ideas interest you enough to explore further? Would you like suggestions from me? If you were to do this, how might you go about it? Is the goal still realistic? WayForwardOptions GoalReality Coaching for Breakthrough GROW® KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE FaithFire Focus GROW® Model W ay Fo rw ar d Options Reality Goal What Else? WAY FORWARD Does this option interest you enoughto take action? How will you goabout it? What might get in the way? How might you overcome that? What and when is the next step? OPTIONS If you were the other person,what would you have to hear/see to get your attention? If you were watching this conversation, what would you recommend? Would you like suggestions from me? Do any of these ideas interestyou enough to explore further? If you were to do this, howmight you go about it? GOAL What topic do youwant to discuss? What do you want from this discussion? What are the consequences if you do not reach this goal? REALITY Briefly, what has been happening? What have you tried so far? What were the results? What is your sense of theobstacles for you? For others? What different way might othersdescribe this situation? Is the goal still realistic? © 2009-201 5 InsideOut Developm ent. All rights reserved. Do not duplicate without permission . 10-016-05-04- 00 (Decision, Strategy, Option, Plan) GROW®Coaching for Breakthrough If anything were possible,what might you do? KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGE Faith Fire Focus GROW Model W ay Forward Options Reality Goal © C M Y CM MY CY CMY K IOC_4.0 GROW Card Large 10-016- 05-04-0 0 080315 PRINT.p df 1 8/5/15 11:51 AM JOB AIDS
  9. 9. THE 4.0 PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE© 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 9 Left COACHING CHECK-INS & FEEDBACK Follow up conversations to track progress, provide feedback, and support accountability. Quick-Check Questions Just as GROW is used to Coach for Breakthrough, GROW is also a powerful tool for your Coaching Check-In conversations. However, regular check-ins may not require a full GROW conversation. As an alternative to GROW, or to help assess what stage of GROW you’re in, there are three simple questions designed to bring knowledge, skills, and experience out. These are called Quick-Check Questions. Quick-Check Questions fuel Faith, Fire, and Focus and are a mechanism to get commitment on actions. Use Quick-Check Questions as a tool to diagnose reality and to help you identify what other type of coaching conversation might be needed. WHEN TO CHECK-IN AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK: As a coach, you have an obligation to check-in regularly and hold others accountable for progress. A check-in is also your opportunity to deliver feedback. Coaching Check-Ins support commitment, engagement, and accountability and keep people aware, informed, and on the right track. 36© 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.MODULE 4: COACHING CHECK-INS & FEEDBACK 1 2 3 What's working? Where are you getting stuck? What could you do differently? Use as a diagnostic tool to: • Assess reality • Identify obstacles • Brainstorm ideas • Ensure alignment • Commit to actions QUICK-CHECK QUESTIONS 35 © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.InsideOutCOACHING 4 MODULE4 CoachingCheck-Ins &Feedback Coaching is most effective when it is continuous, and follow up and feedback provide daily opportunities to coach. M O D U L E 4 COACHING CHECK-INS & FEEDBACK deOut Development. All rights reserved. Participant Slides Participant Workbook WORKSHOP MODULE 4 COACHING CHECK-INS & FEEDBACK PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Incorporate Coaching Check-Ins and Feedback in their coaching routine 
 • Compare Outside-In and InsideOut feedback and describe the advantages of InsideOut feedback 
 • Learn Quick-Check Questions as an effective approach to delivering InsideOut feedback 
 sQuick-Check Questions 1 2 3 What's working? Where are you getting stuck? What could you © 2009-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Do not duplicate without permission. 10-016-06-04-00 JOB AIDS
  10. 10. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.10 MODULE 5 COACHING FOR ALIGNMENT PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Differentiate between Coaching for Breakthrough and Coaching for Alignment 
 • Determine when to use Coaching for Alignment in pursuit of the coach’s goal 
 • Apply the GROW Model in Coaching for Alignment situations 
 • Use the Conversation Planner to Prepare, Plan, and Practice for a difficult conversation 
 • Practice a Coaching for Alignment conversation WHEN TO COACH FOR ALIGNMENT: When someone is unaware of an issue, doesn’t know or agree with direction, or maybe even refuses to cooperate, you need to Coach for Alignment. There are different types of conversations that fall into this category. Some conversations for alignment are easy, while others may be more difficult. However, to be successful when you’re coaching for alignment, the coach should get the other person to be aware, be willing to engage in a conversation, and when necessary, agree to own and solve the problem. ALIGNMENT Alignment is agreement or cooperation among people to achieve a common goal. What stands out to you? Video: Prepare, Plan, Practice AS YOU WATCH THE VIDEO, CONSIDER: 42© 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.41 © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.InsideOutCOACHING MODULE 5: COACHING FOR ALIGNMENT 5 MODULE5 CoachingforAlignment M O D U L E 5 COACHING FOR ALIGNMENT Prepare, Plan, and Practice conversations where you need to get alignment and agreement. © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Participant Slides Participant Workbook PREPARE Use the GROW Process to determine your goal for the conversation. Get clear on the Goal, the Reality you’ll share, and the Options you’ll pursue if you can’t get alignment. What’s my Goal? What’s the Reality? What are the Options if I don’t get agreement? 1 © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 10-016-04-04-00 | insideoutdev.com 2 PLAN Plan the conversation using the questions and possible responses below. GOALREALITYOPTIONSWAYFORWARD COACH COACHEE Define Next Steps: Sample: “So, our next steps are ___________.” (Note the date and time.) Follow GROW for Breakthrough if applicable. Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Possible Response: Share Your Reality: Sample: “This is what’s showing up for me.” Ask for Their Reality: Sample: “How does it show up for you?” Demonstrate Understanding: Sample: “So, what I hear you saying is ________. Have I understood you correctly?” Possible Response:Claim Common Ground About the Core Issue: Sample: “So, you agree that _________. Is that accurate?” Ask for Buy In: Sample: “I’d like for us to work together to _________. Will you work with me on this?“ IF NO: Continue with Options. IF YES: “Thanks for agreeing to ________.” (Proceed to Way Forward.) Describe Choices: Sample: “If you are not willing to work together, it puts me in a tough spot because ________. If that’s the case, then __________. Will you work with me on this?” Explain Your Goal: Sample: “I have something I’d like your help with. Could we discuss it now?” Share Your Intent: Sample: “Here is what I would like to do. I will share my perspective and get yours. If we’re on the same page, I’d like to discuss how to ________.” (What you want for the person.) “If I am not accurate, I need to know that, too.” LISTENANDREFLECTBACKLISTENANDREFLECTBACKLISTENANDREFLECTBACKLISTENANDREFLECTBACK Conversation Planner Coaching for Alignment 3 PRACTICE Practice the conversation with a colleague or friend. Try to get the real words out of your mouth. C M Y CM MY CY CMY K IOC_4.0 GROW Worksheet and Conversation Planner_10-016-04-04-00 0803115 PRINT.pdf 2 8/5/15 11:59 AM WAYFORWARD OPTIONS GOAL REALITY Define Next StepsSample: “So, our next steps are ___________.” (Note the date and time.) Follow GROW for Breakthrough if applicable. Share Your RealitySample: “This is what’s showing up for me.”Ask for Their RealitySample: “How does it show up for you?” Demonstrate UnderstandingSample: “So, what I hear you saying is ________. Have I understood you correctly?” Claim Common Ground About the Core Issue Sample: “So, you agree that _________. Is that accurate?” Ask for Buy InSample: “I’d like for us to work together to _________. Will you work with me on this?“ IF NO: Continue with Options. IF YES: “Thanks for agreeing to ________.” (Proceed to Way Forward.) Describe ChoicesSample: “If you are not willing to work together, it puts me in a tough spot because ________. If that’s the case, then __________. Will you work with me on this?” Explain Your GoalSample: “I have something I’d like your help with. Could we discuss it now?” Share Your IntentSample: “Here is what I would like to do. I will share my perspective and get yours. If we’re on the same page, I’d like to discuss how to ________.” (What you want for the person.) “If I am not accurate, I need to know that, too.” LISTENANDREFLECTBACK PREPARE1 Use the GROW Process to determine your goal for the conversation. Get clear on the Goal, the Reality you’ll share, and the Options you’ll pursue if you can’t get alignment. What’s my Goal? What’s the Reality?What are the Options if I don’t get agreement? PLAN2 Plan the conversationusing the question s andpossible responses below. PRACTICE3 Practice the conversationwith a colleague or friend.Try to get the real wordsout of your mouth. Conversation PlannerCoaching for Alignment © 2009-201 5 InsideOut Developm ent. All rights reserved. Do not duplicate without permissio n. 10-016-05-04 -00 JOB AIDS
  11. 11. THE 4.0 PARTICIPANT EXPERIENCE© 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. 11 © 2011-2014 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. | insideoutdev.com YOUR INSIDEOUT MINDSET The belief that everyone has capacity to learn and perform at a higher level. YOUR COACHING TOOLS COACHING FOR Breakthrough QUICK-CHECK QUESTIONS CO NVERSATIONPLANNER GROWWORKSHEE T COACHING FOR Breakthrough COACHING FOR Alignment COACHING Check-Ins & Feedback COACHING FOR Breakthrough © 6M O D U L E 6 GETTING STARTED Apply your coaching knowledge and use your coaching tools for success. MODULE6 GettingStarted © 2011-2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. Participant Workbook Participant Slides WORKSHOP MODULE 6 GETTING STARTED PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Plan to apply the InsideOut Mindset and coaching tools in real world environments 
 • Reflect on their current coaching behavior and determine how they can improve the
frequency and effectiveness of their coaching 
 • Develop a coaching routine 
 • Create a coaching partnership for ongoing development and to support commitments to apply InsideOut Coaching on the job 
 JOB AIDS © 2011-2014 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved. | insideoutdev.com YOUR INSIDEOUT MINDSET The belief that everyone has capacity to learn and perform at a higher level. YOUR COACHING TOOLS COACHING FOR Breakthrough QUICK-CHECK QUESTIONS CO NVERSATIONPLANNER GROWWORKSHEE T COACHING FOR Breakthrough COACHING FOR Alignment COACHING Check-Ins & Feedback COACHING FOR Breakthrough ©
  12. 12. InsideOutCOACHING © 2015 InsideOut Development. All rights reserved.12 APPLICATION&SUSTAINABILITY APPLICATION & SUSTAINABILITY Exclusive access to an online community with articles, tools, videos, and other resources that help guide and track coaching activity to support a routine and ensure sustainability. The InsideOut Coaching™ Community is your online resource to: • Access videos and tools • Discover and share tips • Track and share your success Coaching Community

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