3 August 2021
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. You have all the plans in your mind, and it is time to draft a coaching strategy deck. The format of the deck should be clear by answering the why, what, how, where, and when of coaching in the organization. The most important point is to align the coaching plan and strategy with the organization’s wider plan, business strategy, and key directions.
Do consider putting the information below in your coaching strategy deck.
Why a Coaching Culture
All these have made the coaching culture necessary, now more than ever, in meeting the ever-changing global needs.
You may need to consider beginning your coaching culture journey without having your finalized coaching deck approved or presented first. The logic is that it may take longer than you think to start the coaching journey. It takes time, effort, and motivation to build the culture, along with the buy-in of your stakeholders and employees. Furthermore, you may not know when it will be fully approved by the board of directors. You may consider starting to communicate your coaching plan during your leadership training, one-on-one coaching, talent engagement activities, or any coaching-related sharing session. So start first! Think and execute along the way.
Things to Do/Watch Out for When Crafting Strategy
Articulate a Definition and Vision, Coaching Frameworks and Samples
At the very least, a school needs a simple, memorable statement that defines coaching. Without this, coaching endeavors will struggle. Coaching carries different meanings for different organizations, and your organization may want to define coaching to suit your company goals, values, and direction. You will need to research many samples of coaching definitions, coaching culture definitions, coaching vision and mission, coaching models, and coaching competencies that were created by corporations and the authors.
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