Peer Coaching Instructions Moderator Phase 3

I.
Problem selection
II.
Problem and situation
III.
Vision and resources
IV.
Collecting further resources
V.
Setting goals
VI.
Solution and next steps
VII.
Feedback

Purpose of the phase:

In this phase the clients problem state will be changed into a resouceful, emotional positive solution state. The peer coaching facilitator uses different questions to support this change. The client tries to open up for whatever questions the peer coaching facilitator asks. The goal is to get the client into a resourceful state and collect resouces mentioned on this way for later use. The advisors listen/read actively again.

Process assistance (peer coaching facilitator):

  • Resources are useful support systems for the client to demand for solution finding and implementation. These can be e.g. family, friends, collagues, organization, but also moments of happiness (e.g. birth of own child), moments of success (e.g. good results in a marathon, achievements on work), nature experiences (e.g. thunderstorm, shooting stars) or other things that give the client stength and make him or her happy.
  • The resources do not need to have a straight connection to the current problem.

Possible questions:

  • If this problem/issue/situation is solved, how would you feel?
  • If this problem/issue/situation is solved what would have changed in your context?
  • If this problem/issue/situation is solved what would enable?
  • Imagine the problem is already solved. Everything is fine and you archived your goals. Can you imagine a scenario where you have been successful?
    • How does it feel?
    • Where do you feel it (in your body)?
    • Describe your feelings, thoughts, behavior.  Could you show me how you look, when you archived your goal?

Process assistance (advisors):

 

  • You listen/read the answers and try to think about possible strengths and resources the client might find useful.
  • Resources are useful support systems for the client to demand for solution finding and implementation. These can be e.g. family, friends, collagues, organization, but also moments of happiness (e.g. birth of own child), moments of success (e.g. good results in a marathon, achievements on work), nature experiences (e.g. thunderstorm, shooting stars) or other things that give the client stength and make him or her happy.
  • The resources do not need to have a straight connection to the current problem.

 

PC_02
Figure above is from the mock-up with peer coaching facilitator view.

Leave a Reply