Subject, Target identification, Emotion, Perception and Choice, Plan and Pace, Adapt or Act
Session Planning, Uplifting Experiences, Charting Your Course, Creating Opportunities, Expectations and Commitments, Synergy, Summary
Goals, Assessment, Ideas, Next Step, Support
Outcome, Scaling, Know-how and Resources, Affirm and Action, Review
These are examples of some well-known coaching models, their commonality is the use of acronyms to remind the coach of the steps in the conversation and they conform to the four steps that a good coaching model requires which are:
Acronyms trigger routines based in the long-term memory to help a person’s short-term memory to ensure a higher level of performance. There are many examples in driver training that trainers will be aware of, for example LADA – Look, Assess, Decide, Act.
Now create your own coaching model acronym using what you have learnt above. Make sure each of the four steps above are covered to make an effective model. You will need your model for the Zoom discussions so you can discuss and compare them with your colleagues and the course tutor.