CFTROU 0045: Coaches, Not Bosses
- Tips for creating culture from a real-life coach.
- Who is eligible to be coached.
- The definition of coach: an individual that receives permission to hold a person or persons accountable to move toward a mutually agreed upon objective that benefits all involved.
- Using the definition of coach as you lead and coach in your organization.
- Understanding the “recipe” for an ideal coaching environment.
- The importance of making an investment of time and energy in the person or the group.
- The authentic pursuit of winning according to the scoreboard.
- Celebrating what you want repeated in your culture.
- Evaluating successful coaching practices – S.T.E.E.P. – selflessness, teamwork, effort, energy and preparation.
- Learning to use body language and positive touch – fist bump, high five, slap on the back, etc.
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