Beginning with the first is positive motivation and perform the following: The goal is that employees increase their performance. If not in a positive mood, they will not be open to this change. Reinforce good behavior and ease training session. It fosters self-esteem. End the workout with a discussion of areas for development ensures that they are focusing on these areas. Always give the pupil the opportunity to self-assessment before offering their views. Encouraging self-evaluation is positive for several reasons: It encourages improvement, even when you're not coaching. Allows you to determine why the employee can not perform as desired, you may not know they're doing something wrong.
It builds self-esteem. Increases the likelihood that the behavior will change. Reinforce correct self-evaluation. Defer or redirect inappropriate or incorrect self-assessment. We focus on two strong coaches and two areas for development.
Limiting the debate is important and conforms to the following: Increase the capacity of the coachee to achieve competition. It focuses on major issues. Other issues to be addressed after some progress has been made in the most important issues first. If an employee is the identification of areas have been identified (or has been incorrectly identified), using increasingly specific questions to allow the employee to self-assess whether it is possible. This allows you to determine if the employee does not know what is expected, it has the ability, or simply not chosen to demonstrate the skill.