What's My Coaching Style? - Self Assessment
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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.
In addition to the self-assessment, the What's My Coaching Style Feedback Form allows individuals to gauge how they are perceived by those they coach. It is particularly useful in the early stages of a coaching relationship.
If you are planning to use What's My Coaching Style in a business coach training session, we recommend you allow approximately 1 hour for interpretation of scores, topic discussion, debrief, and action planning.
The Facilitator Guide also offers an easy-to-follow workshop outline that expands What's My Coaching Style into a 1.5-hour program.
- Identify personal preference for one of four behavioral styles
- Develop an awareness of personal behavior patterns
- Learn how one is viewed by those he or she coaches
- Create an action plan to immediately apply in the workplace
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?
- Hard Copy workbook
- On-line Assessment