I have shared my feedback, observations, and learnings about the cases that I and Dinesh were discussed and posted in below threads :
- Practice week - Coaching on Training cases (Mehul as Coach & Dinesh as Coachee)
- Coaching practice week on cases (Dinesh as Coach & Mehul as Coachee)
Here are a few of my reflections from the practice week:
After the successful talk/event, A functional doer - should be available (social channels etc) to help the people who approached him post-event (offline/online). This motivates people to work more.
Self-approach and motivation much needed. for the de-motivation factor, the contributor can always approach to peers from other community or reps or alumni to get inspired to do more.
Feedback always helps to reach out to Key Results.
I have found it helpful to divide listening into three different categories, and have leaders focus on developing each as a skill unto itself.
Being a Coach, you should be a good listener to understand the real time problems/queries of a contributor and here Power of questions helps to analyze the issues and moreover, it gave a hint to take a one step ahead towards solutions.
Thoughts on teaching kits to train cases:
A question is most powerful when neither the asker nor the responder knows the answer until the question is answered. : This is the best quote for Power Of Question.
A Teachable Kits are the best resources and activities that guide a user through the teaching process with real-time experiences and scenarios.
While discussion going on training cases one by one I found that all the 4 cases are interconnected with each other and somewhere at every point teachable resources aligned where we can easily find solutions to that.
This practice week helped me a lot to identify where and how I need to improve.