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Coaching for Commitment: Achieving Superior Performance from Individuals and Teams, Third Edition by Dennis Kinlaw, Amy Zehnder, Cindy Coe

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9.6. Chapter Summary

A Coaching for Commitment Culture is one in which everyone knows what coaching is, values it, uses it effectively with one another, and includes it as a part of one-on-ones and performance coaching conversations.

To create such a culture:

  • Use the InDiCom coaching model as your guide:

  • Get people involved.

  • Discover how coaching is currently used.

  • Commit to using a common coaching language.

Creating a Coaching for Commitment Culture takes concentrated effort and commitment. It is not something that occurs overnight. Gaining commitment requires that you trust people and be authentic in your approach. Concentrated effort means you model the way and find ways to demonstrate the power of coaching to others. Learning to overcome resistance ...

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