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Performance
How Can a Performance Coach Help?

Performance coaching focuses on improving job performance
through a comprehensive process
using knowledge, tools, goals and accountability.

Performance Coaching

  Performance Coaching Process
  • Set Goals, Objectives & Timing  
  • Use Assessment Tools  
  • Facilitate Self-Discovery  
  • Ownership of Issue, Challenge and Relationship  
  • Manage Change, Resistance and Feedback  
  • Track & Measure Results or Lessons  
  • Determine the Way Forward and Close 
  The Results: 
  • Performance Improvement 
  • Resolution of Issues  
  • Development  
  • Self-Awareness  
  • Personal Growth  
  • Interpersonal Communication Change 

Performance Coaching


Example of Results

What?

Provided 360 Leadership survey feedback to Leadership Class as part of their 4-month leadership program.

Why?

To provide a self-developmental component to the workshop to allow greater insights into strengths and areas to improve based on their employer’s environmental feedback.

How?

Provided online leadership survey to 36 women for distribution to their selected respondents.  Then set up one-on-one coaching session over the next two months to meet with each and debrief the report and action items that needed attention.

Impact?

Each individual’s company tracks the results; I am not privy to this information.  Overall the women felt empowered and more confident after hearing the feedback about their abilities from the 360-feedback tool. This combined with the speakers and content of the programs motivated them to make bigger goals, live their dreams and act as the leaders they realized they were.



What?

Leadership Coaching to improve performance using Assessments

Why?

For succession, improved performance, alignment to role 

How?

Assessments used for initial self-awareness

Goals set for coaching

4-6 sessions initially based on goals

Track performance improvement based on current responsibilities

Re-evaluate effectiveness at agreed-to intervals

Impact?

Greater accountability due to ownership of own behavior and responsibilities

Increased morale and productivity

Better interpersonal relationships with peers, employees and managers

Leaders better prepared for succession plan