The other day I suggested that for a manager to be a good coach to their people – they would be required to be fairly familiar with the Processes that their People had to work in.
They wouldn’t necessarily need to be a Master Performer in doing that work – but they’d need to know what Good Looks Like for the Outputs and Tasks necessary in the Processes.
If they didn’t rise through the ranks – rotating through all of the jobs on their team – they’d need to be good analysts and be able to Map their Processes – and define the Processes’
- Outputs and Stakeholder Requirements
- Behavioral Tasks and the Stakeholder Requirements
- Cognitive Tasks
- Enabling Knowledge & Skills
So – my Criteria for being a Competent Coach – is to be a Competent Analyst.
Otherwise, why would one expect success when “someone who is unknowing coaches someone else who is unknowing?
I think that this new book for mine (from March 2022) might be of help to all managers, supervisors, and team leaders. After all – coaches deliver Instruction.
See this book – here.
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