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When to Coach/When not to Coach

Applying the Situational Leadership Model to Coaching

Situational Leadership

    Source: The One Minute Manager Builds High Performing Teams, Kenneth Blanchard

    Leadership styles
    When not to coach
    • When you need to give clear. Direct and explicit instructions, for example, in an emergency

    • When you need to set strategic direction and take the bigger decisions (that’s what you are paid for)

    • When your relationship with that individual has broken down

    • When you are tempted to over analyse or use pop psychology

    • When you are using it to manipulate the results. People can smell this a mile off and will stay away from you.

    • When you realise that you are dealing with personal issues that need professional attention

    • When you are unwilling to be coached in reverse or to receive feedback on your style and approach

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