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Title: Coaching Clinic 101


1
Coaching Clinic 101
  • EFCA Coaching

2
Coaching Clinic 101 Schedule
  • 5R Coaching Model EFCA Coaching
  • Basic Coaching Skills
  • Basic Coaching Tools
  • Coaching Relationship

3
Everybody Is A Coach!
Monday Morning Pastors??
4
Disclaimer
  • Giving someone a coachs badge does not qualify
    them to coach.
  • Danger One Week Wonders
  • Coaching Certification

5
Coaching Certification 101
  • Coaching Clinic 101
  • Read Coaching 101 book
  • Complete Empowering Leaders resource kit
  • Up/Down coaching relationship
  • One year supervised coaching experience
  • Monthly 5R Reports
  • Annual evaluation
  • District recommendation
  • National approval

6
Importance of Coaching
7
A. Sports Title or Ring
8
B. Business World
  • Research shows that productivity, skill
    development, morale, and working relationships
    all improve dramatically when training is
    combined with coaching.
  • Training Alone 22
  • Training Coaching 86

9
C. Educational World
  • Lilly Foundation Study
  • Training Alone 10
  • Training Coaching 80

10
D. Church World
  • Southern Baptist Study
  • 1997-2002
  • 601 Planters
  • 4 Year Study
  • www.newchurches.com
  • Coaching Doubled plant size
  • Four Square 33 - 84 Success
  • EFCA 60 - 90 Success

11
Biblical Example Barnabas
  • Barnabas Son of Encouragement
  • Acts 432-36
  • Acts 923-30
  • Acts 1119-26
  • Acts 13-14
  • Acts 1536-41

12
Neighbor Nudge
  • Turn to neighbor
  • Tell Your story about how God has used a
    Barnabas in your life.
  • 1 minute each

13
5R Coaching Model
14
5R Coaching Model
  • Relate
  • Reflect
  • Refocus
  • Resource
  • Review

15
5R Coaching Guide
  • Two Sides Ps. 7872
  • Personal
  • Ministry
  • 5Rs
  • Relate
  • Reflect
  • Refocus
  • Resource
  • Review

16
1. Relate
  • Dont skip the small talk
  • How are you doing?
  • How is your family doing?
  • How can I be praying for you?
  • What do you want to address?
  • How are you and God doing?
  • God Wife

17
Relate Exercise
  • Get with your partner
  • Practice relate questions, using this last
    months ministry
  • 2 minutes for each person
  • Debrief What did you learn?

18
2. Reflect
  • Where are you?
  • You want the coachee to gain perspective
  • We need an accurate picture of where we are and
    where we have been
  • Mall Map YOU ARE HERE!

19
Key Reflection Steps
  • Celebrate Progress 3 Goals
  • Clarify Direction and Values
  • Identify Obstacles

20
Five Key Reflection Questions
  • What can we celebrate?
  • Whats really important?
  • What obstacles are you facing?
  • Where do you want to go?
  • How committed are you?

21
Reflection Exercise
  • Get with your partner
  • Practice reflection questions, using the past
    months ministry
  • 5 minutes each person
  • Debrief What did you learn?

22
3. Refocus
  • Refocusing acts as the bridge between good
    intentions and actually realizing those
    intentions. Coaching 101, p. 62
  • Refocusing Concrete Steps
  • Refocusing is the planning stage
  • Its the game plan to get the coachee where he or
    she wants to go

23
Five Key Refocusing Questions
  • What do you want to accomplish?
  • What are possible ways to get there?
  • Which path will you choose?
  • What will you do?
  • How will you measure your progress?

24
Refocusing Exercise
  • Keep the same partner
  • Practice refocusing questions, using this next
    month
  • 5 Minutes each person
  • Debrief What did you learn?

25
4. Resource
  • What resources will you need to accomplish your
    goals?
  • What resources do you already have?
  • What resources are missing?
  • Where will you find the resources you need?
  • What can I do to support you?
  • Goal Leave ball in players hands
  • Temptation Become spiritual Shell answer man

26
5. Review
  • Next Appointment Logistics
  • Next Appointment Assignments
  • Monthly Routine
  • This is the year of Annual BHAG

27
Coaching Definition
28
Coaching Definition
  • C omes alongside
  • O bserves carefully
  • A sks questions wisely
  • C ommunicates options
  • H olds accountable

29
Coaching Paradigms Pendulums
  • Directive
  • Telling
  • Coach Oriented
  • Non Directive
  • Self Discovery
  • Content free

30
EFCA Intentional Coaching
  • Coachee Annual Retreat
  • MAP Ministry Action Plan
  • PGP Personal Growth Plan
  • Coachee Monthly Retreat Day
  • 5R Report Prepares 5R report for coach
  • Coachee Sends 5R report to Coach
  • 5R report establishes coaching appointment agenda
  • Doubles productivity of coaching appointment
  • Keeps ministry ball in leaders hands
  • Coach Reviews 5R Report
  • Coach adds his comments and questions
  • Coach goes to appointment prepared

31
EFCA Intentional Coaching
  • Balanced Approach
  • Not necessarily 50/50
  • Art of Coaching
  • Coachee Agenda
  • Should own the coaching appointment
  • Ball needs to stay in players hands
  • Coach Game Plan
  • Power of Self Discovery
  • Power of Great Questions, Listening
  • Power of Intentional Living Tools

32
Coaching is
  • Coaching is getting someone to do what they
    don't want to do,
  • in order to become what they want to become.
  • Tom Landry

33
Cashier Power Of Coaching
34
2. Basic Coaching Skills
35
Dead Poets Society Coaching
36
Review 5R Model
  • Relate
  • Reflect
  • Refocus
  • Resource
  • Review

37
  • Two Basic Skills

38
Vince Lombardi
  • "Gentleman, this is a football."
  • Some people try to find things in this game that
    don't exist but football is only two things
    blocking and tackling.

39
Lack Basic Skills
  • "We can't run. We can't pass. We can't stop the
    run. We can't stop the pass. We can't kick.
  • Other than that, we're just not a very good
    football team right now."
  • Bruce Coslet, on the Bengals' 1997 season

40
Coaching Skills
  • There are many coaching skills you will have to
    master.
  • But if you cant block (listen) and tackle (ask
    questions), you will never be an effective coach.

41
  • 1. Listening Skills

42
Listening Heart of Coaching
  • It is not about you.
  • It is not about me.
  • Its about them!
  • Good coaching isnt the art of giving good
    answers. Its the art of asking good questions.
    (Bob Logan)
  • Seek first to understand, then to be understood.
    (Steven Covey)
  • He who talks most listens least. (Steve Ogne)

43
Ten Commandments of Listening
  • Proverbs 1813 says, He who answers before
    listening that is his folly and his shame.
  • Listen more than you talk.
  • Listen for feelings as well as facts.
  • Listen to the spouses of ministry leaders.
  • Listen and work with what God is already doing.
  • Start with the other persons worldtheir
    context and frame of reference.

44
Ten Commandments of Listening
  • Listen beyond words for tone of voice and body
    language. Communication is 7 words, 35 tone,
    58 body language.
  • Beware of autobiographical responses
    interpreting and advising from your own
    experience.
  • Dont be afraid of silence. A pregnant pause
    can give birth to great insights!
  • Listen for aha or uh-oh momentsthey are
    turning points.

45
Listening as a way of life
  • We can hear more by talking less.
  • The traditional management tendency of listening
    for about ten seconds and then attempting to fix
    the problem quickly is not necessarily the style
    that works for coaching.
  • Listening is not naturally valued by our culture.
  • People know they are respected and valued when
    they are listened to.

46
Listening Foundational Skill
  • . . . a lot of the people were used to
    discipling or advising, so we needed to help them
    make a shift to coachingwhich is listening and
    evoking and asking questions.
  • -- Coach Linda Miller

47
Level 1 Listening Exercise
  • Get with a partner and ask them to describe a
    trip they took, including stories about things
    that went well and things that didnt go so well.
  • As your partner tells the story of the trip, your
    job is to listen to the words and interpret the
    story entirely in terms of your own experience.
    Interrupt and comment frequently to your partner
    with your own opinion.
  • How would you have done the trip differently?
    Whats going on in you while this other person is
    talking? What does this story remind you of in
    your own life? What advice would you give your
    partner? How can you improve on their story?
  • Debrief

48
Level 2 Listening Exercise
  • Switch roles. Have your partner tell their
    vacation story.
  • Ask questions, clarify, and articulate what you
    see.
  • Be alert to your partners values as they are
    expressed in the story.
  • Stay completely focused on your partner by
    listening and responding at Level II.
  • Debrief

49
Seven Benefits
  • People know they are respected and valued when
    they are listened to. 
  • Great listening treats people like adultsand
    enhances adult learning.  
  • Great listeners hold up a mirror so the leader
    can see themselves in the light of the questions
    theyre answering. 
  • Great listening helps provide us with accurate
    informationand helps us move beyond assumptions.
     

50
Seven Benefits
  •  Great listening builds credibility by
    demonstrating empathy. 
  • Great listening creates the focus and clarity of
    self-awareness. 
  • Great listening creates ownership and personal
    responsibility.

51
Great Listener??
52
  • 2. Questioning Skills

53
Questions Foundational Skill
  • Primary listening tool
  • is asking good questions.
  • It would be easy
  • if any old question would do
  • but it wont.
  • (John Whitmore)

54
Why ask questions?
  • Good questions help you listen
  • Keep us from talking too much
  • Helps us gather valuable information
  • Demonstrates value for planter
  • Follows example of Jesus
  • Get the story behind the story

55
Jesus Model
  • What were some of the great questions Jesus
    asked?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?

56
Good questions
  • Are easily understood
  • Can be answered briefly (3 minutes)
  • Require thought (do not be afraid of silence)
  • Enable self disclosure
  • Feelings as well as facts
  • Encourage reflection refocusing

57
Ask dont Tell!
  • . . . Awareness and responsibility are better
    raised by asking than by telling.-- John
    Whitmore
  • The coach learns the importance of asking
    questions prior to telling or teaching. -- Gary
    Collins

58
Turning statements into questions.
  • Thats unethical
  • Thats a stupid idea!
  • Youre not following through
  • Your interpersonal skills are weak
  • That schedule is unrealistic
  • Its not as bad as you think .
  • Youre neglecting your family

59
Coaching Exercise
  • Your childrens ministry leader is overwhelmed.
    You realize she has not built a team and is
    trying to do it all herself.
  • Role play using questions to create self
    awareness.

60
Coaching For Life
Think of the Potential for Your Ministry!
61
3. Basic Coaching Tools
62
ABCs of EFCA Coaching
  • Coaching is not a stand alone system.
  • ABCs of EFCA Movement
  • A Assess For Potential
  • B Basic Training For Content
  • C Coach For Implementation

63
A. Assessment Tools
64
Ministry Assessment Tools
  • Ten Leading Indicators
  • Minimum Factor
  • MAP Ministry Action Plan

65
Personal Assessment Tools
Can also use MBTI, Spiritual Gifts, Profile etc.
66
B. Basic Training Tools
67
Ministry Training
  • Planting BootCamp
  • Health Healthy Church Networks
  • Students Challenge Sonlife
  • Men Top Gun Men With a Purpose
  • Women Five Heart Essentials
  • Children Kidology
  • District National Conferences

68
Personal Development Training
  • Intentional Living Disciplines
  • Annual Retreat 3 Day
  • MAP Ministry Plan
  • PGP Personal Growth Plan
  • Monthly Retreat Day
  • Prayer Letter
  • 5R Coaching Report
  • Calendar Work

69
C. Coaching Tools
70
1. 5R Coaching Guide
  • Two Sides
  • Five Rs
  • Email Version
  • Coaches dont need to use this form, but they do
    need to use this template.

71
5R Coaching Process
  • Coachee fills out before appointment and sends to
    coach.
  • Coach reviews, adds clarifying questions, brings
    to appointment.
  • Coach sends to supervisor for additional insight.

72
2. Personal Growth Plan
  • Call
  • Character
  • Chemistry
  • Competencies
  • Capacity
  • PGP Powerful coaching tool

73
3. MAP Ministry Action Plan
  • Purpose statement
  • 4-7 KRAs
  • KRA Vision
  • SWOT analysis
  • Timeline
  • MAP Powerful coaching tool

74
4. Prayer Letter
  • Spiritual Dynamic
  • 100 Internet Intercessors
  • Email Communication
  • Prayer Letter Powerful coaching tool

75
5. Calendar
  • Major planning disconnect between compass and
    clock.
  • Overestimate what you can do in short term.
  • Underestimate what you can do in long term.
  • Timeline Three Monthly Goals
  • Plan preparation time
  • Coachee Calendar Powerful coaching tool

76
6. Coaching Covenant
  • Clear, written expectations
  • Renewed each year
  • Covenant Powerful coaching tool

77
7. Coachs Annual Evaluation
  • By Coachee
  • By Himself
  • By Supervisor
  • Evaluation Powerful coaching tool

78
8. Up/Down Coaching
  • Every Coach Should Have a Coach
  • Up/Down coaching relationship
  • Do not ask a leader to do what you havent done.
    For example
  • Intentional Living Disciplines
  • Bootcamp Maps
  • Church Health Assessment
  • Coaching with ministry integrity Powerful
    coaching tool

79
9. Web based coaching tools
www.church-planter.org
80
Coaching Exercise First Church
  • Brian is a youth pastor in his first church.  He
    loves everything about his new role  teaching,
    contacting, events, and leading team meetings. 
    He just cant seem to get enough.  Brians wife
    Lori, who is expecting their first child, often
    feels neglected but she doesnt complain.  Shes
    glad Brian is so happy in his work.  There are
    no real problems at the church, which averages
    around 40 at large group.  However, people seem
    to be willing to let Brian do everything.  The
    student ministries experienced a spurt of growth
    right after Brian came but has now leveled
    off.Recently, a sharp young couple left the
    student ministry to work in the student ministry
    in another church where they felt they could be
    better used.  An assessment revealed that the
    ministries minimum factor is leadership
    development.

81
Vending Machine Coaching
82
  • 4. Coaching Relationship

83
REVIEW 5R ABCs
  • Assess For Potential
  • Basic Training For Content
  • Coach For Implementation

84
Coaching Blueprint
  • Personal Development
  • Ministry Development
  • Coaching Relationship

85
  • Four Major Dynamics That Impact The Coaching
    Relationship

86
1. How You Begin Relationship
1. Position
3. Spiritual Authority
4. Relational
2. Expert
87
Maximize Your Coaching
  • Every coaching relationship starts one primary
    way.
  • Effective coaches learn how to use all four
    wheels in their coaching relationship.

88
Coaches That Dont Get It!
89
2. G/T Coaching Balance
  • Coaches need to balance Grace and Truth in their
    coaching.
  • Jesus John 114
  • Coaches usually are naturally unbalanced
  • Grace-Givers
  • Truth-Tellers

90
Brutal Honesty
91
Analyze Your G/T Balance
92
3. Your Personality Type
  • Coachs Personality
  • D
  • I
  • S
  • C
  • Coachees Personality
  • D
  • I
  • S
  • C

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Remember Ds Decide to Coach According to
Their Style!
Lead with options Listen for their
decisions Respect their drive for results
D Coaching a D
Lead with a friendly focus Listen to their
stories Respect their enthusiasm
D Coaching an I
I
Lead with slowed, friendly pace Listen
without interrupting Respect their
steadiness
D Coaching an S
S
D Coaching a C
Lead with business support materials Listen for
their logic Respect their consistency
94
Remember Is Make Your Fun Actually Work!
Lead with solid options Listen after your open
probe Respect their vision
I Coaching a D
Lead based on your success Listen so they can
talk Respect their interest in people
I Coaching an I
I
Lead with friendly conversation Listen to
their responses Respect their slower pace
I Coaching an S
S
I Coaching a C
Lead with credible follow through Listen for
their expectations Respect their procedures
95
Remember Ss Support The System And Their
Style!
Lead showing your purpose Listen for their
decisions Respect their problem-solving
ability
S Coaching a D
Lead based on your success Listen so they can
talk Respect their interest in people
S Coaching an I
S
Lead by your example Listen and affirm
them Respect their
thoughtfulness
S Coaching an S
S Coaching a C
Lead them with validation Listen and
encourage them Respect their conscientiousness
96
Remember Cs Warm Up To Coach Them!
Lead with correct options Listen to their plans
and offer suggestions Respect their hard
work
C Coaching a D
Lead with story concepts Listen for a
line of reasoning Respect your written agreement
C Coaching an I
Lead with encouragement Listen for signs of
struggles Respect
their calmness
C Coaching an S
C Coaching a C
Lead by your example Listen for
the larger perspective Respect their
carefulness
97
Art Of Coaching
  • There is a major difference between the science
    of coaching and the art of coaching.
  • Mediocre Coaches Have a system
  • Great Coaches Adapt their system to their
    players
  • It is critical you understand personality types.

98
4. Coaching Lifecycle
  • Romance
  • Resistance
  • Reality
  • Resentment
  • Resolve
  • Rewards

99
1. Romance
  • My coach is the best!

100
2. Resistance- Reality- Resentment - Resolve
  • My coach doesnt understand me!

101
3. Rewards
  • My coach helped me succeed!
  • Some day I would like to coach.

102
Coaching Certification
103
1. Coaching Certification
  • Joint Effort
  • Church Planting
  • Church Health
  • Student Ministries
  • Mens Ministry
  • Anticipate other EFCA ministries joining coaching
    certification process
  • EFCA Philosophy Intentional Coaching

104
Coaching Certification 101
  • Coaching Clinic 101
  • Read Coaching 101 book
  • Complete Empowering Leaders resource kit
  • Up/Down coaching relationship
  • One year supervised coaching experience
  • Monthly 5R Reports
  • Annual evaluation
  • District recommendation
  • National approval

105
CC 101 Trainers Certification
  • In local church Permission granted
  • In other churches Need trainers certification
  • CC 101 Certification
  • Plus
  • Apprentice train in clinic
  • Evaluated as main trainer
  • Recommended by district
  • Approved by national

106
Specific Ministries Licensure
  • In addition to Coaching 101 certification, each
    ministry is working on licensure for their
    ministry area.
  • For example Church Planting licensure
  • In addition to general coaching skills, we want
    church planting coaches to have skills and
    knowledge in five key areas.
  • Church Planting Process
  • Planter Profile
  • Church Planting Principles
  • Breaking Barriers
  • Model specific coaching

107
Future Coaching Developments
  • Nov. 2006 in Mexico City
  • Spanish Language
  • Gene Wilson (RG)
  • Luis Martinez (RN)
  • 2007 CC 201
  • Intermediate Coaching Skills
  • 2008 CC 301?
  • Advanced Coaching Skills

108
Future Coaching
  • Coaching Certification has the potential of being
    one of the biggest leadership development tools
    in our EFCA movement.

109
Future Coaching
  • We are dreaming of the day when every EFCA lay
    leader and every EFCA pastor will be in an
    Up/Down coaching relationship that will leverage
    our EFCA movement to a new level.

110
OUR EFCA MOTTO
  • No planter left alone
  • No staff person left alone
  • No ministry leader left alone
  • No Reach Global person left alone
  • Think of the potential for your ministry!

111
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