“Last Chance Coaching”
When a client asks if you’ll coach an employee as a final intervention before they are terminated, do you accept?
The stakes are high, the confidentiality is complicated by the sponsor’s role, success may not be possible, and your client did not opt in to coaching.
This presentation overviews the challenges, best practices, and core competencies used in offering coaching as a last chance intervention.
In this interactive presentation, you will learn how to:
- Identify the challenges and risks of Last Chance Coaching
- Establishing the Coaching Agreement (How can you determine a successful engagement for client and sponsor?)
- Building Trust and Intimacy with the Client (How do you build trust with your client when they did not opt in and termination is already on the table?)
- Establish structures and best practices for Last Chance Coaching
- Establishing the Coaching Agreement (What do you need to establish a coaching agreement that serves all parties?)
- Building Trust and Intimacy (How do you build trust and intimacy with both parties given the sensitivity of the situation?
- Direct Communication (Last Chance Coaching tests your ability to communicate directly, clearly, and with compassion to the challenging dynamics between the client and sponsor)
- Strengthen ability to leverage ICF Core Competencies in challenging coaching scenarios
- Ethics and Standards (Maintaining your role and confidentiality)
- Coaching Presence (How do you ensure you are staying in your role as coach and not moving towards consulting, managing, or mentoring?)
Grow your coaching business. If you or a colleague are interested in learning more about the Last Chance Coaching, you will want to REGISTER for this event! If you are not able to attend the event a recording will be available for registered participants after the session.
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm, Pacific Standard Time
Register at the Oregon ICF Chapter Website:
Cost: $25 for basic members & ICF sister chapters, FREE for Gold Members, $15 for students and $30 for guests.
Earn 1.5 Resource Development CCEU’s
Diana Ideus, PCC
Diana Ideus is a Professionally Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and has her Masters in Organizational Behavior and Executive Coaching. Diana currently leverages her coaching, management, and leadership development experience with business leaders and coaches remotely and California.
Diana began teaching in 2002, coaching in 2005, mentor coaching in 2006, and managing coaches in 2007 at InsideTrack, an educational services firm that provides coaching and consulting to colleges and universities. After building sustainable coaching programs with InsideTrack, Diana coached, consulted, and built leadership development content as the Organizational Development Manager at eviCore healthcare. Diana currently coaches and consults with businesses to support their financial stability and growth and is an ICF mentor for coaches. Diana’s passion for coaching, consulting, training, and leadership development inspired her to open Hawthorne Union in 2015. Diana has a Masters in Executive Coaching and Organizational Behavior.