By Gladeana McMahon, Anne Archer
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McMahon, G. (2000) Confidence Works: Learn to Be your Own Life Coach, London: Sheldon Press. 5 Celebration and reward Mags McGeever Purpose This exercise is about the celebration of and reward for achieving a goal or a step along the way to it, which plays a significant role in the coaching process. A client may not be in the habit of celebrating their achievements or feeling proud of themselves and may even find this quite difficult. In today’s busy world it is very easy for someone to get used to achieving a goal and moving straight onto the next thing on their list without pausing for reflection or perhaps even noticing what they have done, never mind praising themselves for it.
Whitmore, J. (1998) Coaching for Performance (2nd edition), London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing. 6 Coping imagery Gladeana McMahon Purpose This exercise aims to help the client increase his/her ability to cope with difficult and/or challenging situations. It is a stress-proofing exercise that helps to increase psychological resilience. Description Once the coaching relationship is established, the client is provided with a rationale as to why it may be useful to use coping imagery as a strategy to assist in the management of the difficult situation that s/he is facing, for example, if s/he needs to prepare for an important presentation, difficult team meeting or an interview.
Process Write on a flip chart the hierarchy Situation, Thoughts, Feelings, Actions with regard to a situation relevant to the ACTING POSITIVELY IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS 9 client, as shown in Figure 1. Here we are using the example of contributing to meetings. Then work through the hierarchy, asking the client relevant questions at each level, writing their answers to the right. ’ (‘I don’t say anything’). The client will then begin to realise the negative, self-defeating cycle they engage in – this can be represented on the flip chart by drawing arrows through the written answers from thoughts, to feelings, to actions and from actions back to the thoughts.
101 coaching strategies and techniques by Gladeana McMahon, Anne Archer