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TrainingZONE Insider #41 – The originator of the GROW coaching model


TrainingZONE Insider - Issue 41
Wednesday 20 October 2004

********** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ***** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ******
1 The Originator of the GROW Coaching Model
2 Energisers and Ice-Breakers
3 Presenting a Training Plan
4 Making Training "Stick"
5 Resources: 1500 to Choose From!
********** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ***** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ******

Editor's note

The GROW - Goal Reality Opportunity What Next - coaching model is
widely regarded as the framework that has most influenced coaching
in the UK. But like so many well-used concepts, somewhere along
the way the identity of its originator has been all but lost.
Lost that is until this week! Many of you have been following
the debate over who is the true originator of GROW on Any Answers.
Over the past month several names have been put forward, but
now Sheena Mason is pretty sure she has the definitive answer
(unless you know better of course). Click on the link below to
find out the evidence that Sheena thinks will settle the debate
once and for all:


Claire Savage
Editor, TrainingZONE
mailto:[email protected]

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Any Answers Answered

This week members have shared advice and best practice on:

Energisers and ice-breakers that are ideal for a company away-day.

Innovative ways to present your training plan.

How to make sure that what is learnt in the training room is
enacted in the office/ shop floor.

Using e-learning for management development.

New questions posted on Any Answers include:

Clive Clifford is writing a presentation on giving clarity and
direction to employees and would love to hear your suggestions.

Louisa Hare needs the advice of someone who has been there to
help her set up as a freelance trainer.

Adele Finnegan needs some ideas about the time management
problems faced by trainers.

Geoff Roberts would love to hear your experiences of
computerised 360-degree appraisals.

Got the answer or want to pose a question of your own to our
42,000 members? Go to:


1500 Resources and Training Tools
Did you know that there are 1500 documents available for instant
download from the TrainingZONE library? All of these resources
and training tools have been sourced with our community's
interests in mind and some have also been developed by members.
To browse through the 16 different categories of resources
available - including coaching and mentoring, management
development, evaluation and accreditation - go to:

New Members
This week TrainingZONE welcomes new members from organisations
including: Marks & Spencer, Deloitte & Touche, National Blood
Service, T-Mobile, Norwich Union, Siemens Business Services,
Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Office of National Statistics,
Police Force and Littlewoods.

Job Alert
If you would like to see your company's vacancy here call Phil
Jones on 0117 915 8634.


Course / Event: The Executive Coach Training 2004
Vendor Name: Coaching & Communication Centre
Price: Self-financing - 2995 + VAT Corporate rate - 3995 + VAT
Type of Course: Open training course or seminar
Dates: 23rd October 2004 - 12th June 2005
Duration: 9 Months
Short Description: Train to be an executive coach in 2004

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