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Hembree 1 Sarah Hembree Week 2: Evaluation of Coaching Readiness Professor Moon May 26, 2018
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Hembree 2 List at least three additional items that you think should have been included on the checklist but were not. Three additional qualities of a coach that I believe should be included in the list are: Confidence, Integrity, and Self-awareness Provides a rationale for your selection of each of these new factors. In order to be a great coach you need to have the confidence that you can get the job done and get the results that the client is wanting. You’re not going to second guess yourself and your going to be able to portray the confidence you have to your client. Confidence comes from within and in coaching sessions you are going to want to be able to show the client how to be confident. People often lack the confidence that they need in order to succeed. They tell themselves that they are not good enough or that they can’t do it. Having confidence means understanding the value you offer, effectively communicating and presenting yourself to the client. If you are not confident then it’s easy for your client to start questioning the coaching and shift their focus off what they want. Trusting in your skills and instincts will allow you to ask the right questions and give the right feedback. A client is more likely to say yes to you if you appear confident in your own skills and service. In a coaching context, it is important to be self-aware as it is a step that allows you to better understand yourself and other people emotional intelligence. If you are not self-aware as a coach it is going to limit your ability as a coach and be the difference
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Hembree 3 between a good coach and a great coach. Good self-awareness allows you to understand your strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, motivations as well as emotions.
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