Self-coaching is a process by which the team leader uses his/her own experience and knowledge to coach the team. It is a way of learning from mistakes, identifying opportunities and creating an environment that supports the team in achieving its goals. The self-coaching process begins with an initial meeting with the team leader to identify what has been going well, what needs improvement and how to improve it. The next step is for the leader to set up a coaching plan for each individual in order to help them reach their goals. The final stage is for the team leader to evaluate progress and make adjustments where necessary. This approach can be used in many different types of teams such as sports teams, work teams, family teams etc.