Course Name

Introduction to Coaching for Performance


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Php 6,600

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Php 5,600

Introduction to Coaching for Performance


Many managers avoid coaching their staff because: it takes too much time and it's easier to tell them what to do. The same managers would also throw up their hands and say: “Do I have to think of everything?”

The International Coach Definition defines coaching as: “Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”

Do you want to…

… stop “thinking of everything?”

… fire up your staff instead of firing them? 

… help your staff see and use their capabilities?

… help your staff think of creative solutions on their own?

… help your staff self-correct and learn from mistakes?

… help your staff become accountable for their own performance?

Who should attend
  • Professionals

  • Supervisors and managers

  • Human Resource Department

Participants must bring real work-related problem that they are currently experiencing  and on which they are willing to practice in class. Confidentiality will be maintained.

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Know when to coach and when to use other learning and helping interventions;

  2. Differentiate between coaching for development and coaching for performance; and

  3. Practice key coaching skills using the GROW model in real play on real problems (not just role play) in a virtual environment
        a. Active listening 
        b. Asking powerful questions
        c. Reframing and reflecting on success and poor performance

I. Coaching and other helping interventions: Definition and appropriate use

II. The Leader as Coach: Mindset, core beliefs, and impact

III. The GROW Model

IV. Key Skills and Coaching Practice

      A. Active listening 

      B. Asking powerful questions

      C. Reflecting and reframing 

      D. Coaching successful performance

      E. Coaching poor performance

Ms. Czarina B. Teves is a seasoned Organization Development consultant who has been in the field since 1994. She is known for her expertise in team building, strategic planning, and organizational change, and has served as a team lead and facilitator for numerous organizations.

Throughout her career, she has been recognized as a resource person, subject matter expert, and faculty member. She has taught at various institutions, including the Ateneo Graduate School of Business – Center for Continuing Education, Asian Institute of Management – School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning, Civil Service Institute, and Carl Jung Circle Center | Depth Institute of Asia. She has been a facilitator for a wide range of topics, including Leading Teams in a VUCA World, Coaching and Mentoring, Systems Thinking, and Emotional Intelligence.

She has been a professional coach since 2012 and is certified by the International Coaching Federation. She is also a certified Jungian Coach, Master Facilitator of Team Psychological Safety, Stakeholder Centered Executive Coach, and Action Learning Coach. 

She is also the President-Elect of the International Coaching Federation Philippines Charter Chapter and a board member of Coaches Connect Service Cooperative, a cooperative of coaches focused on helping MSMEs. She is also the co-founder of Ginto Ako Team, a social change initiative, and a founding partner of InnerWorks Coaching, which helps people navigate the pandemic through somatic, systemic, and depth coaching.

Ms. Teves has received numerous certificates for her program delivery, including Leading with Questions from the World Institute of Action Learning, Building the Learning Organization from the World Institute of Action Learning, and the Global Leadership Assessment from Marshall Goldsmith.

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