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Ours to theirs and theirs to ours.
You must get into your coaches world if you expect them to enter yours.
Ours to theirs and theirs to ours.
You must get into your coaches world if you expect them to enter yours.
Everything speaks.
This is true of everything from the music and the atmosphere to the content and delivery.
Everything speaks.
This is true of everything from the music and the atmosphere to the content and delivery.
Everything in on purpose.
This is true of everything from the flow of the content to the activities to the number of breaks. Nothing is left to chance.
Everything in on purpose.
This is true of everything from the flow of the content to the activities to the number of breaks. Nothing is left to chance.
Experience before label.
In the EELDRC model, participants have an experience with the content before you label the distinctions. The brain learns best with an in body experience before label.
Experience before label.
In the EELDRC model, participants have an experience with the content before you label the distinctions. The brain learns best with an in body experience before label.
Acknowledge every effort.
Each participant is acknowledged for the efforts they make. This small gesture makes the effort worth it.
Acknowledge every effort.
Each participant is acknowledged for the efforts they make. This small gesture makes the effort worth it.
If it's worth doing, it's worth celebrating.
Every activity should end with some type of celebration. This can be in the form of a team cheer, a high five, or a group hug. Encourage celebrations for accomplishments to increase the energy in the room.
If it's worth doing, it's worth celebrating.
Every activity should end with some type of celebration. This can be in the form of a team cheer, a high five, or a group hug. Encourage celebrations for accomplishments to increase the energy in the room.
ROBOT is an excellent icebreaker for a training session on priority because both its content and process are related to the topic. In one sense, you don’t have to conduct this activity; it runs on autopilot. When participants arrive, you are not even in the room. They find a message instructing someone to press the PLAY button on a VCR. A robot appears on TV and facilitates the activity. Don’t worry about being replaced by automation, though. Near the end of the session, the robot hands over the control to you.
ROBOT is an activity we will facilitate during Priority Management. Here is what that will look, sound and feel like
• Participants write four words associated with priority, each word on an index card.
• Participants exchange their four cards for three cards written by other people.
• Teams of participants at each table select three cards with words that are most strongly associated with priority.
• Participants create and display posters that reflect the three words associated with priority.
During Priority management coaches will dialogue regarding aspect of Priority Management and will role play coaching scenarios regarding:
1. Margin
2. Thematic approach to timeblocking
3. High/low payoff
4. In, on, growth time
The review for priority management will include
1. Summarizing the presentation in 16 words
2. Summarizing the presentation in 8 words
3. Summarizing the presentation in 4 words
4. Summarizing the presentation in 2 words
What is the essence of Priority Management?
Coaches will go on a Life Plan scavenger hunt to better understand the components and purpose of the Life Plan.
We will end the training camp with a Jeopardy competition that engages all of the participants and covers the big idea from training.
Coaches will leave knowing how to coach through these difficult questions!
„X How do I increase my profits?
„X My operations and processes are out of whack and I need to be coached through that.
„X What are software components would increase my productivity?
„X How do I best understand what the threats are to my business and how to combat those?
„X I feel way more gaps in my business plan than where I need to be? How do I close those gaps?
During business plan coaches will visit stations around the room featuring the components of a business plan. Coaches will list potential client questions under each section.
During the demonstration portion of business planning:
o Each participant will be responsible for filling in one tab on their BP tool in order to see how the autofill funtions.
„X Participants will be coached thru filling out, completing and implementing the action plan tool.
During the review of Business plan coaches will use a bingo game called Zingo to show what they know.
Teams of 2 will mark either X or O depending on whether or not they got the answer correct.
The team with the most x's will celebrate their victory.
Coaches will complete a pre and post assessment to demonstrate their growth.
Coaches will use a memory pegging system to remember the 11 competencies of a coach.
We have used an online project management system called PHP collab to create timelines for projects that need to be completed by September. This will get everyone on the same page and every person here will have anytime access to the progress of training camp.
During the Lifeplan component, we will enroll coaches with a skit about 2 travelers trying to find their way--without a map.
We will use a review activity called 35 debrief during Life Planning. Participants will reflect on their earlier experience and identify important lessons they have learned.
During the 35 debrief participants rank 2 cards in their hands based on a 7 point value system. The card with the most points at the end of the game wins!
We are going to play a get to know you Zingo game that highlights facts about each of the coaches. Unbeknownst to them, we are going to collect information from their spouse.
The ballpark atmosphere will consist of a popcorn machine, a whiffle ball batting cage, 4 bases representing the core 4 and "jock jams."
Participants will learn through interaction and involvement in the curriculum.
Building champions innovative training process will exceed all participants expectations.
Coaches will learn the intuitive skills of effective coaching.
A variety of in the moment coaching scenarios will be demonstrated and lived out by participants during training.
Confidence is preparation. Everything else is beyond your control.
~Richard Kline
BCI training camp instruction will build coaching confidence.
Training camp will remain focused on the needs of each participant.
IT IS ALL ABOUT YOU!
Coaches in Training
VS
Fears and Knowledge of Coaching
Training camp participants are not sponges. They actively acquire knowledge and skills through participation and ownership the learning experiences.
Music will be used to set the mood and accelerate the learning.