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We are able to offer anger coaching for children in schools using age appropriate anger techniques and play work. Read here
Anger Coaching involves helping individuals develop, improve or manage their behaviour by: identifying their personality type, anger style, triggers, and recognising their own thoughts and feelings. Through anger coaching, the participant will learn how to develop, test and refine new skills and alternative behaviours as well as setting goals to achieving healthy anger.
Coaching is a useful approach for helping others explore their goals and ambitions as well as developing people's skills and abilities, and of boosting performance. It can also help deal with issues and challenges before they become major problems.
A coaching session will typically take place as a conversation between the coach and the coachee (person being coached).
Anger coaching can help individuals identify and prioritise their needs for developing, improving or managing their behaviour and this is achieved through goal setting. Restoring Lives follow and apply the professional standards for coaching as set by the National Occupational Standards.
The following key assumptions underpin the coaching process and will help coaching to have its intended impact on the participants:
* The participant (individual/coachee) must be at the centre of the process; when coaching, the coach should support, co- ordinate and manage the process effectively always starting with the identification and recognition of the participant's needs and should aim to address those needs via their coaching.
* Coaches should aim to empower participants, supporting their right to make choices, discover their own solutions, and enable them to participate and develop at their own pace and in their own way within the confines of the environment.
* Coaches should provide opportunities and an environment that motivates, controls risk, engenders challenge, enjoyment and above all achievement.
* Coaches should aim to grow participant's confidence and self esteem.
* Establishing with individuals the specific area of behaviour in which they want to develop/improve or manage
* Establishing with the coachee their current performance of behaviour
* Discussing and establishing why they want to develop/improve or manage their behaviour
* Explaining the support they can expect from the coach, and the commitment the coach expects from coachee.
* Plan with individuals how they can develop new skills and behaviours in a logical step-by-step sequence.
* Provide opportunities for individuals to develop new skills and experiment with alternative behaviours with confidence.
* Encourage individuals to identify and seize opportunities to apply their newly-developed skills and behaviours to their work.
* Encourage individuals to reflect on their progress and clarify their thoughts and feelings about it.
* Monitor the individuals’ progress in a systematic way.
* Provide specific feedback designed to improve individuals’ skills, reinforce effective behaviours and enhance their motivation to achieve the desired standard of performance.
* Agree with individuals when they have achieved the desired standard of behaviour, or when they no longer require coaching.
* Encourage and empower individuals to take responsibility for developing and maintaining their own self-awareness, performance and impact