Published on March 25, 2014
Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development Topic Skills for Assessment and goal setting Course Life Coaching Skills Presentation by Anvesh Babu pudota MACC12R203
Objectives •To understand the importance of assessment in life coaching •The find out how to process the Goals setting in coaching •To find out the skills required by a coach to make the client identify the goals for his future.
Who is the father of personal coaching? Thomas Leonard Founded, in 1994, the International Coach Federation, a large association of professional coaches with over 130 chapters worldwide.
• Coach – “a large kind of carriage” • Helps you to get from Point A to Point B (faster) The concept of Coaching comes from the original word ‘Coach’
Fundamentally, a Life Coach helps the Client in two ways.
1) A Life Coach helps a Client set goals that will add significantly to the Client’s life 2) To achieve those goals
1) A Life Coach helps a Client set goals that will add significantly to the Client’s life 2) A Life Coach helps the Client to achieve those goals
Men are disturbed not by things, but by the views which they take of them. --EPICTETUS, Greek Philosopher, 1st century, A.D. There is nothing good or bad but thinking makes it so --Shakespeare, in Hamlet REBT by Albert Ellis ABC Model A-Adversity B-Beliefs C-Consequences Life coaching skills by Richard Nelson Jones STC Model S-Situation T-Thoughts C-Consequences
What is Assessment? The word “Assess” comes from Latin term ‘assidere’ means ‘sit beside’ • Assessments can be used to identify the goals and abilities of the client • To plan the strategies to achieve the identified goals • To monitor and revise the goals from time to time
Assessment Flow Chart • 1. Preparation – environment • 2. Welcome • 3. Introduce yourself • 4. Clarify what coaching is • 5. Find out coachee’s needs • 6. Build a relationship based on mutual trust • 7. Explain structure and content of individual sessions and of coaching process • 8. Agree on coaching procedure and progress • 9. Wrap up: evaluation of the session • Courtesy: Dean Amory, Personal Coaching, Publisher: Edgard Adriaens, 2011, Edgard Adriaens , Belgium
problem-analysis , strategy planning session & Goal Setting • 1. Preparation – environment • 2. Welcome • 3. Exploration problem area • 4. Exploration of emotions • 5. Identifying problems • 6. Exploration of problems • 7. Exploration of possible goals (short, medium & long term) • 8. Identifying goals • 9. Exploration of resources (who or what is / can be of help?) • 10. Exploration of obstacles(what is stopping you from reaching your goal?) • 11. Exploration of options (which routes are available?) • 12. Framing of Action Plan
At the end of the assessment , the client should be able to answer… • Where do I want to go? • Where am I now? • How do I get to where I want to go
Goals should be … • SMART Goals • Specific , Measurable , attainable, realistic and time bound • Short term : below 2 years • Long term : 2 to 5 years • The clients should be encouraged to record the goals and paste them at home and workplace.
Conclusion: The 5 steps for Goal directed assessment process • 1.Gather Back ground Information (personal , educational &vocational ) • 2.Identify possible short term and Long term goals (important) • 3.Assess the requirements(skills & knowledge) of the clients’ goals • 4. Assess the clients’ achievements(abilities) • 5.identify the skill gaps and plan a training program • (intervention if required)
Bottomline: Everybody can do without a Life Coach, but with one, you can get to your BIG goals faster!
Presentation prepared by: Anvesh Babu– Student of M.A.career Counselling, Roll No. -- MACC12R203 For more inspiration, connect with me on: W : www.ccfnetwork.in E : firstname.lastname@example.org P : +91 9490331967
REFERENCE: 1.Richard Nelson Jones-Life Coaching Skills-2007-Sage Publications, New Delhi 2. Dean Amory, Personal Coaching, Publisher: Edgard Adriaens, 2011, Edgard Adriaens , Belgium.