Zoom Logo

The Coaching Mindset: Helping leaders move from a "solving problems" mindset to a "coaching problem-solving" mindset - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
15:44
Welcome and we'll be starting in a few minutes! Please mute your phone if not muted already. Drop any questions into the chat.
Joel Bennett - Veel Hoeden Consulting
16:40
bit.ly/coaching dmacc
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
21:05
Pre-read link: bit.ly/coaching dmacc
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
28:35
In case you missed the earlier chat, here is the link:
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
28:39
Pre-read link: bit.ly/coaching dmacc
Justin Bogers
28:51
Thank you, Kelly!
Angela Mortoza
39:26
yes
Ashley Ricke
39:31
yes
Joel Bennett - Veel Hoeden Consulting
51:12
A disengaged team member says, “I’m out of options. What should I do?”
Joel Bennett - Veel Hoeden Consulting
52:57
A team member is complaining about a new assignment they were given. They say, “I’m not sure I have enough time.
Joel Bennett - Veel Hoeden Consulting
55:12
A visibly stressed colleague says, “I am so frustrated with our client.”
Joel Bennett - Veel Hoeden Consulting
57:09
Feel free to use your time to capture all answers
Charles Hoffman-Zinnel
01:01:16
Great answer!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jesusa Rivera, Proteus, Inc.
01:05:24
3
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
01:05:26
1
Justin Bogers
01:05:31
3
Brad Dains
01:05:34
3
Francine Bryce
01:05:35
3
Brice Loonan
01:05:39
3
Ashley Ricke
01:05:49
3
Charles Hoffman-Zinnel
01:05:54
2
Bellana Putz
01:07:18
6
Tami T
01:07:22
FOCUS
Justin Bogers
01:07:23
Always remaining focused on FOCUS
Charles Hoffman-Zinnel
01:07:25
6
Brad Dains
01:07:27
Focus
Orv Otten
01:07:29
3. What's the real challenge?
Jamie Svoboda
01:07:32
Strategic
Brice Loonan
01:07:34
3
Jonathon Henson
01:07:34
focus
Elizabeth Pirrung
01:07:36
4.
Dana Patterson
01:07:38
3
Jesusa Rivera, Proteus, Inc.
01:07:38
focus
Tony Brazda
01:07:41
a
Alyssa Marzen
01:07:42
Focus Question
Joanna Findley
01:07:45
focus
Ashley Ricke
01:07:45
3
John Steffes
01:07:46
#3
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
01:07:54
3
Francine Bryce
01:07:58
"What's the real challenge here for you?"
Justin Bogers
01:08:09
That's great, Joel - back to EQ with the What do you want?! :)
Stephanie Tran
01:10:12
When I'm short on time to coach, instead of me giving the answer, I'll make an agreement with the other party to set a time to come back to it and each have some ideas to bring to the table.
Justin Bogers
01:10:28
Well said, Stephanie
Elizabeth Pirrung
01:10:42
When others disengage, I will find the problem and assist instead of fixing it myself.
Justin Bogers
01:11:51
Nice thought, Lizzy!
FISCHBM
01:12:29
Have to get to another meeting. Thanks for the great session
Justin Bogers
01:12:32
Thanks for the honesty, Brice
Stephanie Tran
01:13:20
Sometimes when guiding people through a solution just asking what they think the next steps should look like is a great option too. And if it sounds good, validate them and encourage them to take those steps.
Justin Bogers
01:13:23
I appreciate that passion, Jamie
Justin Bogers
01:15:04
Would you say adding timelines could help increase accountability, Stephanie?
Jesusa Rivera, Proteus, Inc.
01:15:10
yes!
Charles Hoffman-Zinnel
01:15:12
We can choose the right words but when they see our facial expressions, it will determine their buy in.
Stephanie Tran
01:15:58
I think it depends on what the desired result is and what motivates that individual. But definitely resolving to circle back and talk about how it all unfolds is a great closure to that coaching moment.
Justin Bogers
01:16:33
Thank you, Joel and Kelly!
Dana Patterson
01:16:43
Thank you!
Jesusa Rivera, Proteus, Inc.
01:16:46
Thank you!
Elizabeth Pirrung
01:17:06
Great session today. I loved the small group discussion.
Charles Hoffman-Zinnel
01:17:28
Great training!
Kelly Mitchell, DBR
01:17:30
https://forms.gle/bEGEm2BdQAX9h8S2A
Alyssa Marzen
01:17:43
Thank you!