Coaching Methodology Introduction

Coaching Methodology Introduction

The Coach Curriculum consists of two key components:

1) comprehensive training and support in coaching skills, and

2) a detailed curriculum for coaching practitioners in the skills featured in each Mockingbird Methodology playbook.

The coaching  approach and its' resources are organized into a curriculum called the Coaching Curriculum. 

The organization makes the process of coaching easier to implement and integrate into your existing program.  

This curriculum equips existing and potential coaches with the necessary resources to conduct impactful coaching conversations and lead effective coaching and  deliberate practice sessions.

 

A significant aspect of the coaching curriculum is the role of coaches as collaborative partners rather than experts. As collaborative partners, coaches work alongside practitioners, assisting them in identifying their goals and providing feedback on specific skills identified as priority skills in coaching conversations.

The Coach Curriculum equips coaches with the expertise and resources required to effectively guide practitioners towards skill mastery and confidently address any questions or challenges that may arise during the development process.

Yes!  Although the Coach Curriculum is a vital  component in preparing coaches with the essential skills, knowledge, and resources to effectively develop practitioner skill in Methodology strategies, the approach is research-based and is an effective approach for helping staff develop any behavioral-based skills.

The Coach Curriculum consists of two key components:

1) comprehensive training and support in coaching skills, and

2) a detailed curriculum for coaching practitioners in the skills featured in each Mockingbird Methodology playbook.

The coaching  approach and its' resources are organized into a curriculum called the Coaching Curriculum. 

The organization makes the process of coaching easier to implement and integrate into your existing program.  

This curriculum equips existing and potential coaches with the necessary resources to conduct impactful coaching conversations and lead effective coaching and  deliberate practice sessions.

 

A significant aspect of the coaching curriculum is the role of coaches as collaborative partners rather than experts. As collaborative partners, coaches work alongside practitioners, assisting them in identifying their goals and providing feedback on specific skills identified as priority skills in coaching conversations.

The Coach Curriculum equips coaches with the expertise and resources required to effectively guide practitioners towards skill mastery and confidently address any questions or challenges that may arise during the development process.

Yes!  Although the Coach Curriculum is a vital  component in preparing coaches with the essential skills, knowledge, and resources to effectively develop practitioner skill in Methodology strategies, the approach is research-based and is an effective approach for helping staff develop any behavioral-based skills.