InsideOut Coaching Model [Details]
Academy of Choice
Kim Olver
Kim Olver
Academy of Choice
President
InsideOut Coaching Model
Description:
This presentation will provide you a structure, a road map, of just how to work with your coaching clients. There is great flexibility within the structure but you get a step-by-step plan of how to move from where the client is to where she wants to go.

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Click to View: 1. InsideOut  Coaching Model
1. InsideOut Coaching Model
Click to View: 2. InsideOut  Coaching Model
2. InsideOut Coaching Model
Click to View: 3. Building Rapport
3. Building Rapport
Click to View: 4. Assessment
4. Assessment
Click to View: 5. [Our] business is to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable.  Peter Finley Dunne
5. [Our] business is to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable. Peter Finley Dunne
Click to View: 6. What are the Goals?
6. What are the Goals?
Click to View: 7. Explore the Now
7. Explore the Now
Click to View: 8. The Past
8. The Past
Click to View: 9. Victimized vs. Empowered
9. Victimized vs. Empowered
Click to View: 10. Clients are no Longer Victims of:
10. Clients are no Longer Victims of:
Click to View: 11. InsideOut Coaching Goals Helping Clients:
11. InsideOut Coaching Goals Helping Clients:
Click to View: 12. InsideOut Coaching Goals Helping Clients (con t):
12. InsideOut Coaching Goals Helping Clients (con t):
Click to View: 13. As an InsideOut Coach
13. As an InsideOut Coach
Click to View: 14. Self-Evaluation
14. Self-Evaluation
Click to View: 15. Your Response to an  Affirmative Answer
15. Your Response to an Affirmative Answer
Click to View: 16. Your Response to a Negative Answer
16. Your Response to a Negative Answer
Click to View: 17. Planning
17. Planning
Click to View: 18. Three Choices
18. Three Choices
Click to View: 19. Two Ways to Give Three Choices
19. Two Ways to Give Three Choices
Click to View: 20. You ve Got a Plan, Now What?
20. You ve Got a Plan, Now What?
Click to View: 21. Other Planning Considerations
21. Other Planning Considerations
Click to View: 22. Questions
22. Questions