Whether you’ve just completed a training program, engagement study, or workplace culture assessment, we’re all familiar with that feeling of “Now what?” How do you take the valuable information you acquired from those situations and make them actionable and coachable?
Coaching Maps assist in the jump between acquiring information and knowing what to do with it. Maps are an application strategy connected to results, data, or simple coaching hang-ups that allow you to get you having coaching conversations. While they can be as simple as one to three page documents, the content can be implemented situationally or across the organization.
We hear the problem all the time: “I just don’t know how to have the conversation.” Coaching Maps provide you with the solution. Use Coaching Maps to develop a better workplace culture through tangible and easy to use techniques and strategies.
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Think of Coaching Maps as a tool to get you some of the hard to navigate coaching conversations. How do you approach someone who has been at a company for over 20 years, and says, “What are you going to do, fire me?” in response to you asking them for more engagement? How to you get two people to work together that can’t be in the same room for over two minutes without arguing? What can you do as a manager to keep your top talent engaged and acknowledged?
These situations need to be addressed, and it all starts with a conversation. Most people struggle with the “how”, and Coaching Maps provide you with a template for “here’s how to do it”. By giving you the outline for addressing these difficult or imperative conversations, you’ll be more confident in taking that first step on your journey to building a coaching landscape you’re proud of.
Curious about what you can expect from a standard Coaching Map? Check out the example below!
After completing a workplace engagement study or other workplace assessment, we often feel lost in the desert. You have interesting data that truly relates to your success as a company. But that begs the question- now what? How do you take that valuable information and make it actionable and coachable?
Post-Assessment Coaching Maps assist in that jump between getting the information and knowing what to do with it. Maps are an application strategy applied to those results and the areas that surround them that allow you to get your coaching going. While they can be as simple as one to three page documents, the content in these maps can be implemented situationally or across the organization.
Your assessment tells you that you need to work on feedback, motivation, engagement, etc, so use Coaching Maps to develop a better workplace culture while driving the value of whatever assessment you use.
Curious about what you can expect from a post-assessment Coaching Map? Check out the example below!