Setting Up Coaching and Giving Permissions

Schoox allows for coaching sessions with team members at a set cadence or as needed. This provides managers the ability to track their team members' strengths and areas of opportunity, ensuring they continue to grow even after training is complete.

In this article, we are going to walk through setting up coaching, starting with the basic settings.


Before leveraging the Coaching Module you need to make some choices as to how the module should function by default. You can do this in your Academy Settings.

Navigate to the Development Admin Workspace then open Settings on the left nav and select Control Panel. Within the Control Panel, select Coaching.


Under Coaching, toggle the Coaching Module option to yes. Additional options will appear.

Set Recurring Target Period - This refers to the time frame these sessions should occur within. We have an article to cover Managing Coaching Targets and how to set them up.

Coaches with Managerial Permissions Can Create Sessions With - Do you want leaders to be able to create and coach only those that report to them directly (if I am a Unit Manager, those within my Unit, or a Head of being able to only coach those individuals directly in their Above Unit), or should a Head of Above Unit be able to Coach all the way down their visible Organization Structure?

Allow Coaches to View Each Other's Sessions - If a leader with the Coaching permission shares the same (Above) Unit as a co-leader, they can see previously performed sessions by other coaches.

Permissions To Coach

Once the module is turned on and the settings are in place, it is time to give permissions to the appropriate leaders in the organization. See: Defining Permissions per Job

There are three permissions related to coaching.

- Coach: The user with this job can coach others. sure the desired jobs have the "Coach" permission turned on.

- Create Coaching Target: This lets the user set up a coaching target.

- Create Coaching Form: This lets the user set up a coaching form.


Related Articles

Managing Coaching Targets

Creating a Coaching Form

Creating a Coaching Session With an Individual

Performing a Coaching Session



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