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Debrief & Curriculum Mapping


  • What do you still want to know about Levels of Listening?
  • What did you notice about your ability to lean into structure improvisation?
  • What’s one word for how you’re feeling right now about this course and what’s to come?

Curriculum Mapping

  • Learning Objective:
    • This introduction starts at the heart of coaching with a look at coaching’s core elements: Levels of Listening, Structure Improvisation, the 7 Essential Coaching Qualities, and 7 Elements of a Classic Coaching Session.
  • Target Competency:
    • A coach establishes clear expectations about coaching process and adheres to high ethical standards.
    • A professional coach leans into the three trusts in coaching – trust your client, trust yourself, and trust the process – and embraces pausing and silence as useful elements of a coaching session.
    • A coach listens actively to clients, seeking to understand clients within the context of their lives and to create a safe space for clients to share freely.
    • An effective professional coach is able to create a safe space that invites sharing and boldness.
    • An expert coach trusts the client’s resilience and brilliance.
  • Linked Core Abilities: 
    • Successfully work through the 7 elements of a classic coaching session
  • Performance Standards Questions:
    • What are the 7 Essential Coaching Qualities?
    • What is the difference between Level 1 and Level 2 listening?
    • Why does empathetic listening rely on a flexible and open mindset?
This is a sample lesson and some features may not fully work.