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      • What is Coaching and Mentoring? - (4)

        This section focusses on the various coaching models that have been described, and their application in a workplace scenario to improve individual and team performance.

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          Coaching is one of the most important tools in the arsenal of any leader. It can be used for both personal and professional development, and can act as an intervention method on an ad-hoc basis, when either yourself or the individual at hand identifies a need for change. 

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          Life coaching tips for business coaching, personal coaching - techniques for coaching success, performance, career and life-change.

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          Downloadable coaching skills template.

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          guide to David Grove's emergent knowledge theory - for facilitation, coaching, counselling, and helping others

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        • Coaching Models - (7)

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            GROW is a simple four-step model for structuring coaching and mentoring sessions. It outlines a systematic and methodical framework between mentor and mentee for goal-setting and problem-solving. 

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            The ACHIEVE® Model is a useful coaching and mentoring tool developed by Dembkowski and Eldridge (2003) to provide greater flexibility and achievability to the goal-setting and problem-solving stages outlined by the GROW Model of the 1990s.  

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            STEPPPA is an intuitive and flexible coaching framework developed by Dr. Angus McLeod (2003), and emphasises the role of emotions in motivation, problem-solving and goal-setting. Here the framework is outlined in a simple and understandable manner for professional and personal coaches, or for anyone who would like a template by which to develop new targets and goals.

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            The OSCAR model is a useful coaching and mentoring tool designed by Karen Whittleworth and Andrew Gilbert to provide a flexible developmental framework for individuals in managerial positions to develop the skills and knowledge of their team. It builds upon the original, and still popular GROW Model of coaching which arose during the 1990s. 

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            John Heron's Six Categories of Intervention serve as a flexible and intuitive framework for resolving issues with performance on a certain task within the workplace. The Six Categories offer solutions most suited to different leadership styles, situations and to the target individual. The two main styles of intervention are Facilitative and Authoritative, and each of these main styles has three sub-styles within. 

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            CLEAR is a straightforward and intuitive coaching framework developed by Professor Peter Hawkins during the mid-1980s. It outlines a step-by-step process which can be utilised by individuals in managerial roles to enhance team performance and to deal with personal and professional issues.

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            Cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC) is a corporate and personal coaching technique used to enable those restricted by emotional or psychological barriers to reach their goals. It was derived and developed from two separate source techniques – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT).

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