The Coach’s Toolkit provides all the tools that coaches need to work effectively with clients to help them achieve their goals. Both business and life coaches will benefit from using these tools at each stage of the coaching process – Preparing for coaching sessions, Analyzing goals, obstacles and issues, Coaching the client to success, and motivating them to Take Action. There are 10 chapters and worksheets in the toolkit, along with other tools and resources such as infographics, ecovers and quote images that can be used for promotion.
The Coach’s Toolkit contains the following:
- What Your Client Needs to Do Before Your First Coaching Session (647 words)
- Preparing for the First Coaching Session (537 words)
- The First Coaching Session – Creating an Individualized Coaching Plan (513 words)
- How to Run an Effective Coaching Session (688 words)
- How to Do a SWOT Analysis (501 words)
- Root Cause Analysis – Asking Why (525 words)
- The Power of High Impact Questions (608 words)
- Tips for Helping Clients Set Priorities and Create Action Plans (508 words)
- Tips for Taking Action – How You Can Help Your Coaching Clients Succeed (586 words)
- After the Coaching Ends – Maintaining Momentum (522 words)
Tools & Resources
- Infographic – Coaching process and tools overview
- Infographic – Self Assessment
- Self-Assessment Worksheet
- Business Overview Worksheet
- Coaching Session Preparation Worksheet
- Individual Coaching Plan Template
- Coaching Feedback Worksheet
- Coaching Session Agenda Template
- SWOT Analysis Matrix
- Root Cause Analysis Worksheet
- High Impact Questions Worksheet
- Goal and Action Plan Template
- Accountability Checklist
- Coaching Journal
- Quote Images - 3 images with quotes on coaching
- eCover templates (Variety of designs in editable 2D psd, ready to brand for yourself)
- Instructions for Using Your New Content
- Chapter Outlines
Complete Coach’s Toolkit:
Take a look at the guide, worksheets and graphics included with your Toolkit!
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ExcerptWant to see samples? Here’s a snippet from the “What Your Client Needs to Do Before Your First Coaching Session”:
To make the most out of your coaching sessions with clients, it’s important for them to perform an honest self-assessment before they even have their first session. They can’t just walk in empty-handed or you’ll waste time with basic questions. This is a bit of ‘homework’ they need to do in advance. In order to do a self-assessment, they need to ask themselves some questions about their business, their abilities and the coaching session itself.
Self Assessment Goals.
Your clients need to define their goals, both personal and professional. What do they expect to walk away with from the session? Once goals are defined, you can create clear expectations so that they can move forward and you can determine the best ways to help them.
If a client comes to you for coaching, there’s surely some obstacle they’re trying to overcome. Their assessment needs to clearly identify that obstacle that’s holding them back so that you both know what to focus on. If the obstacle isn’t obvious at first, you’ll be able to help them identify it in your sessions.
Complete Coach’s Toolkit:
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