Like A Team

A Christian Resource for Teamwork Development

Like A Team - A Christian Resource for Teamwork Development

Job Description of a Coach

coaching 300x204 Job Description of a CoachThe job description of a coach will include the following

  • Must invest enough time to get to know the person or persons being coached.
  • Clearly identify the context, mission, values, goals, roles, resources, accountability,
  • timeframe, and expectations before coaching begins.
  • Observe the person’s work closely enough to have relevant and substantive feedback.
  • Provide timely, candid, and specific feedback regarding what you observe.
  • Stimulate learning, growth, and performance improvement by asking appropriate
  • questions and making suggestions for paradigm shifts.
  • Listen reflectively and empathetically.
  • Always leave the client encouraged and feeling supported and empowered.
  • Help the client celebrate every victory in his journey of making the changes necessary for accomplishing his mission.

Coaching sessions build from one session to the other. The coach begins each session by reviewing what happened in the last session and asking questions that inform him of how the client is doing.

When a football coach enlists a new player, he knows that it will take time to mold this player into a fully engaged and productive member of the team. This is true when a coach begins the journey with a single individual or with a group of individuals.

Everett Anthony
Urban Church Leadership, Marietta, GA

Who is Everett Anthony?

 Job Description of a Coach

Dale Roach

Dale is the creator of "Like A Team."He has been working with businesses, charity organizations, volunteer groups and church groups in the development of teamwork for over 25 years.The goal of "Like A Team" is to help share the knowledge and skills of healthy team creators across the planet.
 Job Description of a Coach
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