Rx for Healthcare - How to Get Startedon a Coaching Program
Coaching is catching on in healthcare and for good reason – organizations are seeing powerful results. In fact, the results are so remarkable they have caught the attention of prominent organizations including the Institute of Coaching, Harvard Medical School & McLean Hospital where we recently presented the findings from some of our groundbreaking work in healthcare.
While many healthcare leaders recognize the benefits that coaching can bring to their organization they get stuck when it comes to determininghowthe training will be implemented. It can be overwhelming to think about selecting a coaching program and then determining how best to get everyone trained. This can be especially daunting when you have multiple locations and/or a remote workforce.
So howdoyou bring coaching in to your healthcare organization and have it embedded throughout so that the skills are learned and then practiced in everyday situations? And how do you sustain this?
As with most things in life, there is not a one size fits all approach to bringing coaching in and having it spread throughout the organization. The best approach will depend on many factors. Here are 7 things to consider when deciding which approach is best for your healthcare organization.
How many people are to be trained?
What is the timeframe to complete the training?
Are qualified human resources available to conduct the training?
What are the objectives and desired outcomes of the training?
How serious are the issues the organization is facing?
Is the organization ready to adopt a coaching culture?
What is the budget allotted to training?
Once you’ve answered the questions above it is time to take a closer look at three common approaches to see which best suits the needs and resources of your organization. These are;
The External Approach:At least initially, all training is conducted by external trainers.
The Blended Approach:In the start-up phase external trainers are utilized to help the organization get a core group of employees trained or to supplement the internal trainers. Eventually the training is transitioned to internal trainers.
The In-house Approach:All or most of the training is conducted by qualified and trained internal resources. External resources may be used initially to ‘train the trainers’.
The following table outlines some reasons one approach may be preferred over another. In reviewing this information, it is important to remember that there is no single best approach and often the approach used evolves over time.
My purpose for writing this is to give you a framework for determining which approach is best for your organization and, ultimately, to help you get started. For more on bringing coaching to your healthcare (or any) organization, attend our next webinar.Rx for Healthcare - How to Get Started on a Coaching Program.
Rx for Healthcare - How to Get Started on a Coaching Program
What you will learn:
In this webinar we will present case studies from three healthcare organizations. We will walk you through the three different approaches used and results achieved. You’ll also be provided with a framework for helping you determine which approach is best for your organization. Topics to be covered during the webinar include;
Determining the best approach for your organization
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We offer many resources on a wide variety of topics to support coaches at all levels. On our website, you can find blog articles, educational videos, webinar recordings and more underCoaching Resources. We are continually updating this section so check back often.
Our coaching guides continue to be very popular and we will be adding to these in 2018. If you haven’t taken advantage of these free resources,you can find them here.
We have a specialization in healthcare and offer several coaching resources that are specific to this industry. Learn more about these resources by clicking on the links below.
Webinars- Visit ourwebinarspage and then scroll down until you find the webinar titles;
Coaching in the Healthcare Setting
Coaching in Healthcare
Coaching Guides– Visit ourCoaching Toolspage or click on the links below.