February 08, 2013

Coaching exercise

Coaching task taught me a powerful skills to add for my leadership. A leader tends to make decision for his team as he is always requested to provide answers, some of which are not successful which leads to reducing his/her influence. Moreover, most of the time team members are more knowledgeable than their leader in the process or task as they are more in contact with it.

The task transferable skills are important as it provided me with few questions that are very effective and leads to generating the answer by the person seeking for them. It will also be helpful to assess the sound of their solutions to ensure that they are receiving the guidance of their leader.

In leading an engineering team it would be useful to coach them during troubleshooting. This will help to reinforce their confidence and theory in what should be done. Reflecting on PEUSS as well, i believe if coaching was coupled with fault tree analysis tool can be powerful tool. If coupled this will help to understand as a starting point if the issue happening is a direct component fault or a symptom resulted as a knock on effect due to a fault from another system.

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