​​​​​​​Accomplishment-Based Coaching:        Experiences & Insights

Focusing coaching on accomplishments, what the person would like to achieve or produce,  provides a powerful vehicle for continuous talent development. It resembles athletic coaching more than it does the typical business coaching model, which is more focused on behavior than on the valuable products of behavior. In this webinar, three very different professionals will talk about their experiences teaching accomplishment-based coaching, and using it in their own leadership and management practices.  John Schanck is former Senior Vice President of Sales at Dun & Bradstreet. Carl Binder is a long-time performance consultant and founder of 4 consulting firms. And Shane Isley is both a seasoned ABA company owner and an experienced performance consultant to behavioral health organizations. Their free-ranging conversation will touch on points including:

  • The power of focusing on Accomplishments

    Both the Coach and the person being coached can focus on valuable contributions, setting clearer expectations, providing feedback, and feeling satisfaction when done.

  • Collaborative conversations using the Six Boxes to agree on action steps

    With the shared vocabulary of the Six Boxes Model, both parties can identify practical ways to support and improve performance, and agree on action steps.

  • "It gives me a place to put things I already know."

    Both new and experienced managers and leaders can benefit from the systematic, complete framework provided by The Performance Thinking® Coach process.

  • Monitoring and continuous improvement become a routine cadence.

    Managers and Leaders can develop ongoing, collaborative relationships aimed at continuousy improving performance they agree is important or high-priority.

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