What's My Coaching Style? Self Assessment/Participant Guide (pk of 5)

Companion to What's My Coaching Style? Facilitator Set (#RBWCHF)

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Companion to What's My Coaching Style? Facilitator Set (#RBWCHF)

What's My Coaching Style? is coaching assessment for management development that measures personality style and explores how it relates to coaching and interpersonal relationships. Coaches and managers identify and understand personality traits, learn how to capitalize on personal strengths, and minimize potential weaknesses.

Includes 1 print Self-Assessment. TRAINERS: order one Self Assessment for each individual.

Self Assessment Table of Contents:

    • 18-item assessment with pressure-sensitive response form
    • Scoring and Understanding Your Coaching Style
    • What is Coaching
    • What is Style
    • Coaching + Style = Coaching Style
    • Why is It Important That I Know My Coaching Style
    • Scoring What's My Coaching Style?
    • Interpreting Your Scores
    • Is There a Best Coaching Style?
    • Too Much of a Good Thing?
    • Action Planning
    • References

Understanding personal style is the first step to developing successful coaching relationships. By responding to the 18-item What's My Coaching Style? inventory and receiving feedback from coachees, participants identify their personal style and build an understanding of the people they coach.

What's My Coaching Style? is coaching assessment for management development that measures personality style and explores how it relates to coaching and interpersonal relationships. Coaches and managers identify and understand personality traits, learn how to capitalize on personal strengths, and minimize potential weaknesses.

Accurate, easy to use, and apply, the coaching assessment measures an individual's preference for one or more basic behavioral styles: Direct, Spirited, Considerate, and Systematic. With this knowledge, individuals can better understand why they behave the way they do, learn how to adapt their behavior to improve interpersonal relationships, develop rapport, and ultimately, become more effective coaches.

The What's My Coaching Style? assessment starts with an 18-item inventory that takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Each of the 18 items is a pair of statements. With a limit of 5 points, assessment-takers distribute points between the two statements in each pair - indicating the degree to which they feel the work describes their behavior. Scoring the assessment reveals a "My Coaching Style Profile" and a dominant preference for one or more four personal styles: Direct, Spirited, Considerate, and Systematic.