Coaching using feedback tools

Chris August 16, 2013

In this interview with Chris Burton from Team Management Systems about how feedback tools such as the QO2 profile assist with determining key coaching processes such as readiness to change, goal setting, goal attainment and rapport building. The QO2 tool…

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Coaching for potential

Chris February 17, 2012

The 2012 Southbank Institute of Technology Coaching for Potential Program kicked off in January with a full-day workshop that introduced over 22 participants from the to basic coaching theory, models and processes. The workshop was highly experiential, with participants…

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Coaching vs feedback

Chris February 16, 2012

This month’s coaching community of practice workshop was a refresher for the 2011 cohort. We revised the GROW coaching process, the COACH conversational model and the importance of being mindful of the positions we take as coaches in regards…

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Goal-setting and goal-getting

Chris January 12, 2012

As part of the 2012 National talent ID camp for Diving Australia, we ran two workshops: goal-setting and goal-getting. Goal-setting and goal-getting are the complementary halves of the success process and they require different states and…

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Coaching and mentoring

Chris October 14, 2011

This month’s coaching and mentoring community of practice workshop (Southbank Institute of Technology) completed the process of completion of the program with participants undertaking a group assessment exercise using a combination of group coaching, meta-processing, role-playing and…

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Reflect and review

Chris September 9, 2011

This month’s coaching and mentoring community of practice workshop commenced the process of completion and transition as the program approaches its conclusion. Participants were asked to reflect on how far they had come since February and where they were…

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ATSIS Team development

Chris September 7, 2011

This full day workshop focused on supporting the Mt. Isa team to develop a stronger understanding of their work preferences so that they could develop a common purpose and shared vision that would support them going forward. Utilising theories and…

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Setting detailed goals

Chris June 24, 2011

High-performance athletes need to know how to set really specific goals so that they can develop effective and efficient strategies that will get them there faster. All too often, particularly with younger athletes, goals are not set with enough…

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The Leadership Lounge

Chris June 10, 2011

Archetypal leadership is nothing new. In fact, it is the oldest philosophical approach to leadership there is – common across cultures, continents and languages. We use it every day when we talk about the “tyrant” manager, the young executive who…

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Re-setting goals

Chris May 14, 2011

Re-setting goals can be an excellent way for high-performance athletes to shift gears and tap into new energy sources in the lead-up to competition. Sometimes however, the emphasis on goal-setting can overshadow the importance of goal…

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Goal-setting and goal-getting

Chris April 16, 2011

Goal-setting and goal-getting are the complementary halves of success performances – however, they require different mental states. Really effective goal-setting is about visioning (creatively) and strategising (analytically) – when the two are in alignment, effective goals are created. Goal…

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Coaching for Educational Managers

Chris February 18, 2011

This full-day workshop introduced Educational Managers from the Southbank Institute of Technology to basic coaching and mentoring theory, models and processes in order to support their work as mentors to junior teaching staff within the Institute. The workshop was…

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