KMART - Leader as a Coach


Coaching starts with building trust.

Coaching is one of the most beneficial skills a leader can develop. It can be immensely satisfying for you and generate significant personal and performance improvements in your team. Most people think coaching involves two people only. Peer and group coaching are equally as effective and a great way for teams to help each other through challenging situations, find solutions and encourage learning and growth. This magazine will share coaching hints and tips which can be used in one to one conversation, peer to peer and group coaching.


Coaching conversations help your team members:

Coaching draws on the following capabilities from our Capability Framework:

Set goals

Contribute more effectively to the team and the organisation

Accountability using the Grow model to move from setting goals to taking action Curiosity

Take action to achieve goals

Take greater responsibility and accountability for actions and commitments

Become more self-reliant

actively listening, asking powerful questions and allowing the conversation to be guided by the team member Awareness of Self and Others demonstrating emotional intelligence and helping the team member to understand their own strengths and development opportunities.

Gain more job and life satisfaction

Communicate more effectively

Source: Ken Blanchard Companies



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