The Art of One-On-One Coaching

Championship organizations share three traits: the right players on the team, a champion’s mindset, and the ability to play with discipline. Leaders build great organizations by coaching team members to be the best version they can be in their role. One-on-one meetings are the critical tool for coaching. Below are resources to assist you in having effective one-on-one coaching meetings.

Watch the Simple Numbers Webinar Video

Download the LEAD Tools

Related Books and Resources

Simple Numbers Webinar Video, “LEAD: One-On-One Coaching Meetings”

LEAD: One-On-One Meeting Tools

LEAD Guide
LEAD – A Leader's Guide for Effective One-On-One Coaching. A pre-release chapter from an upcoming book by Rob Simons.
One-On-One Agenda
The LEAD Agenda: Life Reflections, Evaluate the Game Film, Ask Questions, and Develop a Game Plan.
One-On-One Template
A PDF fillable-form for direct reports to prepare for a LEAD One-On-One meeting.
What's the Score?
“What's the Score? Is Your Organization Winning or Losing?” An article and exercises to create company, department, and individual scorecards.
LEAD Presentation
A PDF of Rob Simons’ presentation on the Simple Number Webinar.

Books and Resources

“The Five Dysfunctions of a Team“
Pat Lencioni
“The Speed of Trust”
Stephen M.R. Covey
“PEAK: Secrets From The New Science of Expertise“
Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool
“The Coaching Habit”
Michael Bungay Stanier
“The Alliance”
Reid Hoffman
“Team of Teams”
General Stanley McChrystal
“The Obstacle Is The Way”
Ryan Holiday