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Short sessions—conduct regular peer learning activities where topics are covered via short presentations by coaches, health care managers and other employer resources

 

Full-day seminars—use external professionals to conduct 8- to 16-hour sessions that address critical content areas such as federal financial aid, financial literacy, changes in allied health curricula presented by local college and training professionals

 

In-Depth—this view outlines six categories of coaching duties and breaks them down into individual tasks that are required of each coach, as well as knowledge and skill sets necessary to make a successful coach. Overall, the tool kit is designed so that users can conveniently download pages and incorporate as much or as little of the model into their own program.

 

Click below for your Career Kit downloads:

 

Maintain Currency in the Allied Health Profession

 

Coach Clients on Career Goals

 

Manage Multiple Cases

 

Use Internal and External Resources

 

Perform Administrative Duties

 

Provide Retention Services for Clients

* Intervention—develop intervention techniques necessary to avoid poor employee outcomes, i.e., sharpening coachee skills in conflict resolution, time management, etc.)

 

* Workplace readiness—hone interpersonal, soft skills, communication and critical thinking skills.

 

* Employee advocacy—work with coachee and her/his supervisor to recognize opportunities for advancement.

 

* Knowledge of available internal/external resources such as employee assistance programs, tuition remission and scholarships for employees; see the 2014-2015 Community Resource Guide from BGE.

 

* Integration of Individual Development Plan (IDP)-coaches should be trained to use an IDP, such as this downloadable template in conjunction with her/his organization’s client tracking system; determine compatibility with an electronic database such as ETO (Efforts to Outcomes) software

 

* Use of tracking database such as ETO—a BACH-supported online tool that tracks coachee progress

 

* Ability to assess coachee preparedness Use of a variety of assessment instruments, including vocational interest tests, i.e., the Career Key

 

* Academic readiness

 

* Training and distribution of acute and long-term care career maps

 

* Knowledge of available external academic resources

 

* Appropriate developmental education programs such as BACH’s Pre-Allied Health Bridge (a 60-hour English and reading course designed to advance candidates to 8th grade reading level)

 

* Technical training

 

* Degree and certificate programs

 

* College entrance requirements

 

* Financial assistance opportunities

 

* Create a career coach position description

 

* Thorough understanding of allied health career coaching process

 

Tools for Building & Sustaining an Allied Health Career Coaching Effort

1. Core Coaching Skills & Resources To Help Employee Advance

2. Skills & Abilities Needed To Retain Coachees

3. Approaches To Coach Training