In-house or internal coaching is an organizational
process in which team leaders, supervisors, or managers coach individual
team members to reach specified goals.
The goals may be focused on things like improved job performance,
interpersonal communication, strategic thinking, team development,
career advancement, etc. Keep in mind that successful in-house coaching
doesn’t just happen. Leaders must commit support, resources, and time
to make a serious coaching effort work.
The coaching material that
follows will help you implement a productive in-house coaching program.
Use the topic outline below to navigate the content.
Why implement in-house coaching
Benefits of coaching:
Benefits for the coach
Benefits for the protégé
II. Three-Step Implementation Blueprint
One: Start by Laying a Sound Program Foundation
Establish a coaching coordinator and a steering
Develop a program roadmap
Implement recruitment strategies
Match coaches and coaches
Three: The Coaching Process
Orientation program for all participants
Develop a coaching agreement and calendar
Brainstorm for Coaching Topics
Develop a coaching/developmental action plan
Provide developmental activities
Graduation ceremony or celebration
III. Necessary Skills
What makes a successful coach?: Coaching skills
How to be a successful