Coaching Cubes helps your coaching proces with 36 questions

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Involve the person you coach with well-worded questions  

6 soft dice with 6 questions each. Each color represents a theme and a stage in the coaching-process: Action Planning, Coaching Skills, Goal-setting & Monitoring, Improving Performance, Negotiation & Building Trust, Prioritisation.
Explore new areas of discussion with Coaching Cubes by Appreciating Change. These dice feature positive coaching questions and are great for promoting discussion and unblocking stuck conversations with your coachees. One of the most effective technique to help someone develop their own thinking is to ask them questions. Good questions prompt new thoughts, bring previous experiences to bear on present dilemmas, shed new light on the issue, and prompt plans for action. This activity consists of six coloured, soft cubes with positive coaching questions on them. The cubes are designed to be rolled as dice, with each cube having its own theme relating to the coaching process, generating random questions.
The cubes are designed to be versatile. Here are seven suggestions for when and how you can use the Coaching Cubes to add value to the coaching process:

1) To support the coaching process from beginning to end 
The cubes can be used to shape a whole coaching session from ‘positive aspects of now’ with the Green cube right though to ‘moving to action’ with the Red cube. This will take you through the PRISMM coaching process. Alternatively, at any point in the conversation, they can be used separately or all together, revealing a choice of 1-6 questions at each ‘throw’.

2) To facilitate self-coaching 
Want to work on an issue of your own? Roll a cube and answer the question, roll another. Make notes on the thinking and ideas generated as you go. You will soon experience a shift in your thinking and new ways forward will begin to appear.

3) To help someone relax into the process 
Perhaps you are working with someone who finds the intensity of one-to-one coaching uncomfortable. Using the cubes as dice gives them something to handle and focus on, while lessening the requirement for eye contact.

4) To promote ownership of the process 
Actively involve the person you are working with. Let them select which dice to roll or question to answer to encourage active participation and engagement.

5) To support peer coaching or coaching skills training 
The coaching cubes offer an instant resource to inexperienced or trainee coaches. One of the hardest coaching skills to learn is that of developing generative questions. By using the cubes the participants can access thirty-six useful questions.

6) To get a session moving again 
If the conversation runs into a dead end, roll all the dice, look at the six questions together and ask your client ‘which of these are you most drawn to engage with right now?’ and pretty soon you will find yourself back in a productive place.

7) To move on from ‘Why don’t you?’ and ‘yes, but’ conversations 
Even the most experienced coaches occasionally find themselves being drawn into this unfruitful exchange. Break the cycle by rolling the dice and asking questions that don’t contain any advice!
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