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The Value of Functional Fluency in Coaching
What effective coaches do:
Inspire and support people to succeed in their endeavours
Take into account our clients’ needs and relate them to their aspirations
Stay realistic and help clients to do likewise
Raise self-awareness and boost confidence
Help clients focus on a practical pathway for achieving their goals
An article featured in ‘The Psychologist’ (BPS Magazine – August 2014), asked the question “Does executive coaching work?” It concluded that the key active ingredients to success are:
Building rapport – which is task focussed with clear, achievable outcomes
Action oriented – which strengthens the relationship
Ignite and maintain a clients’ motivation over time.
Using Functional Fluency can help:
As a model for mapping patterns of communication
As a framework for learning how to build positive and effective relationships
With a focus on what already works well and how to develop it – as in Appreciative Inquiry and Solution Focus approaches.
The Functional Fluency model derives from Transactional Analysis theory. It maps out a range of fundamental social behaviours, and provides a framework for learning how to use energy more effectively by responding more and reacting less.
Each unique TIFF Profile is co-created during a feedback session with a licensed TIFF Provider, to fully explore the questionnaire results and prepare an action plan, to acknowledge and further develop strengths and to change those behaviours that are counter-productive.
“I learnt from my TIFF profile that I have many positive strengths, which substantially increased my self-confidence. My negative behaviours came as no surprise to me, and I have already planned how to work on these using the Functional Fluency framework.” (Coaching client)