Coaching Culture Toolkit

This Coaching Culture Toolkit is designed to support L&D professionals through the journey to making coaching work in their organisation. It has been developed from our own experince of creating a number of coaching cultures and is full of practical and useful resources and tools.

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COACHING CULTURE TOOLKIT


We have identified five key stages to create, execute, manage and evaluate a coaching culture. By working through these five stages you will gain a greater understanding of how best to get coaching to work in your organisation.


OUTLINE OF CONTENT

1 Purpose and Objectives

Step 1: Understand the business priorities

Step 2: Clarify the purpose & objectives

Step 3: Decide coaching principles within your organisation


2 CONTEXT AND SITUATION

Step 1: Understand the current coaching situation in your organisation

Step 2: Assess your organisational culture

Step 3: Discover the perception of coaching in your organisation

Step 4: Identify and engage with key stakeholders

Step 5: Structure and present a business case


3 COACHING STRATEGY

Step 1: Create the right strategy

Step 2: Put in place the right structure and coaching team

Step 3: Clarify roles and responsibilities

Step 4: Agree on standards and codes of practice

Step 5: Confirm process and systems


4 EXECUTING AND MANAGING

4a. Executing a Coaching Strategy

Step 1: Recruit & select your Coaches

Step 2: Develop your Coaches

Step 3: Attract and Educate your Coachees

4b. Communicating your Coaching Strategy

Step 1: Produce your communications plan

Step 2: Launch events

Step 3: Sell the benefits

4c. Managing a Coaching Strategy

Step 1: Identify your Coaching Champion

Step 2: Maintain commitment from key stakeholders


5 EVALUATING AND AUDITING

Step 1: Understanding the purpose of evaluation

Step 2: Identify methods of evaluation

Step 3: Measure the impact of coaching

Step 4: Report on coaching activity and outcomes

Herbert Smith Freehills
"The coaching toolkit is a huge hit with all our internal coaches."
Liz Bryne, Learning and Development Manager, Herbert Smith Freehills, on the 'Manager as Coach' toolkit.