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You’re sure to have come across different coaching models in the coaching skills training that you’ve attended in the past. They all help you to achieve goals with your team, and allow you to get more involvement from people in making decisions and solving problems.
A famous one is, of course, the GROW model, where we set Goals, check Reality, look at Options and establish a Way Forward.
Coaching, as I’m sure you’re aware, is much different than mentoring. When you coach an individual you have a certain level of responsibility for him learning certain definable functions so that he can complete his work tasks effectively and on goal.
The SURE model is one of the most effective coaching models I’ve come across in a while. It provides managers and coaches with a simple checklist of tasks and goals that need to be taken during each step of the coaching process.
So what does the SURE model stand for?
The SURE model of coaching allows coaches and trainees to work together to establish balance and order while learning at the same time. Follow this model and you’re guaranteed to have a successful outcome every time!