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If you have any particular comments on areas of strength and of development areas that you feel would help, please indicate these in the comments section. Name of coach: Name of coachee: Rating definitions 4 Met my needs in all key respects 3 Mostly met my needs 2 Did not meet my needs in some respects 1 Did not meet my needs 1 2 3 4 Comments How appropriate was the structure of the session? How well did the coach establish rapport? How relevant were the questions asked? How well did the coach listen?

TRANSFER OF LEARNING 3 Setting up the Coaching Relationship 11 Coaching brief and contract form What is it? At the beginning of a coaching relationship it is vital to have a structured discussion with the potential client to identify the development areas that the client wants to work on and get a full picture of any other development activity running in tandem with the coaching. 3) drives that part of the discussion. It also provides early assessment of measurement and ensures that a level of formality surrounds the relationship.

Belief change If your coachee answers a question with ‘I don’t know,’ repeat the question by first saying ‘If you did know …’ This can provoke surprising responses. ’ Closed* Good for controlling or moving to action; however, use sparingly! Multiple* Multiple questions have little value. Normally these are used when we are under pressure, thinking out loud or when our questions are badly formed. Beware, as multiple questions confuse the coachee and allow them to avoid the most important question.

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