Integrative Model For Executive Coaching Essay

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2.3. Step 3: Reflect on the process of feedback and develop coaching approach a. Reflection 3 The feedback process was done via email rather than face-to-face interview. By this way of communication, I could not observe the coachee’s reaction when he saw my hypotheses and fed them back. However, I assumed that he would not have negative reactions because I had told him about what hypotheses would be before. I thought his attitude would have been cooperative as expected. The first thought I had when reading his feedbacks was that he was using rationality to evaluate his presenting issue. Maybe he did not want to show too much emotions. However, when I read his feedbacks more carefully and tried to interpret their meanings, some new assumptions came into my mind. He would think that rationality is the good sign of being self-controlled, of a “reasonable” person and a good manager. He did not demonstrate the empathy for Smartphone sales team’s emotions and concerns. What he cared was more about the stress that he got, the concerns of his team’s future performance. Those feelings seemed to rooted deeply in his heart…show more content…
In this article, a good relationship between the coach and the coachee should be built and maintained during the coaching procedures. Once a mutual trust and respect is established, the coach will move to explore what has happened (behavioral focus), what is the reason of the presenting issue based on rational explanation (conscious cognition), then work with what the coach and the coachee suspect and feel (unconscious cognition). Behavioral changes or any possible solutions will be discussed afterwards depending on what to be revealed through coaching sessions and considering the culture or working environment of the coachee’s

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