The Coaching Cycle - 6 Steps to Better Performance [+ Free Infographic]

Updated: Mar 2

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Some quick observations on each step:

Nurtures Relationship

Results come through relationships. Stronger relationships, stronger results.

Assesses Current Condition

Assessment creates clarity. You can't improve what you can't measure.

Determines Successful Behaviors

Behaviors are at the root of change. Define them well.

Deploys Improvement Regime

Improvement is the result of consistency over time.

Measures Performance

Measuring again to test against baseline is the evidence of growth.

Celebrates Successes

Every win deserves to be celebrated.

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