Do You Ever Give Up Coaching Employees?

Written by CMOE Development Team

In principle, we don’t want to give up coaching employees. We want to believe that we can eventually make a difference. Sometimes it’s our own ego that drives our persistence and determination.

In reality, if we have followedrepparttar coaching process, we have honored our stewardship as a coach. This is especially true if we have followedrepparttar 137530 process for a significant period of time. However, coaches often makerepparttar 137531 mistake of staking their pride and confidence as a coach on one or two challenging situations. This can be dangerous! It would be nice to believe that we have that much control over another human being. However, everyone hasrepparttar 137532 right to choose their own destiny. We can’t force change; we can’t even motivate someone else. But, we can clarify, explain, explore, highlight, recommend, and encourage. When coaching employees, we have to decide when to “back off,” and letrepparttar 137533 situation either improve or deteriorate.

For years, CMOE has advised coaches to follow-up and be persistent a little longer than expected. Coaching employees takes patience – a lot of patience! But, don’t be unreasonable. Ifrepparttar 137534 topic permits, allow some time forrepparttar 137535 right decisions and actions to kick in. When dealing with policy, ethics, values, safety, or legal issues, explainrepparttar 137536 timeline torepparttar 137537 coachee. We are not suggesting an ultimatum. Just explainrepparttar 137538 time sensitivity and create a time boundary.

Check in frequently withrepparttar 137539 coachee to see how they are doing, and remind them ofrepparttar 137540 timeframe. If there is insufficient responsiveness or progress, this may indicate a lack of judgment, character, integrity, or indifference. When these signals arise, do a quick reality check:

  • Have you diagnosedrepparttar 137541 situation?
  • Have you tried all ofrepparttar 137542 coaching skills?
  • Have you involved others in an appropriate way?

Do you satisfied with your job career now?

Written by Cecilia Chang

Copyright © Cecilia Chang

Maybe you should think about this question first…

What job are you doing now in your daily life? Do you ask people this question or are yourepparttar one being asked?

If you are found hanging around at home every weekday, people will start asking:” You are not going to look for a job?” You will be blacklisted in their heart as “No determination or Lazy” untilrepparttar 137465 day you go to work, isn’t it?

It’s normal; everyone goes to work after finishing their college years inrepparttar 137466 adult age. Many choserepparttar 137467 line they studied and some are not. This depends on your decision on who you want to be in future. Climbingrepparttar 137468 corporate ladder torepparttar 137469 top isrepparttar 137470 goal.

Working is part of our life. Everyone relies on that monthly paycheck for bills, expenses and leisure…etc. We’ve to go out to work to earn money. So sad thing is we are all becoming slave ofrepparttar 137471 money. Everyone works hard for it. Why? Because there’s a danger of being retrenched or fired and end up looking for jobs again to be out of that little circle of unemployed.

In working times, its ‘money’ that controls your life and not you control your own life. Artists / singers working harder when they are popular as a day will come that they will no longer popular. So earn more money in this time period. Lifestyle has been controlled by that little paper with your signature – ‘Contract’.

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