403 Using Assessments in Coaching (October 2015)
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
(Formerly this course was course #401.)
There is an art and a science to coaching. At the very least, effective coaches use data—from assessments, plans, and feedback—to determine a starting point for a coaching relationship or conversation. You might even use data to measure how much progress you and your client have made during your work.
In this course, you’ll explore strategies and processes for including assessment-based data in your coaching relationships, learn to understand and apply the different kinds of assessments and look at 3 of the most common assessments (DiSC, Myers-Briggs and StrengthFinders) and their role in effective coaching relationships.
NOTE: No assessments are included in this course, and it is recommended that you take the DiSC, Myers-Briggs and StrengthFinders before beginning this course.
- Focuses on the following ICF Core Coaching Competencies:
- #2—Establishing the Coaching Agreement,
- #3—Establishing Trust & Intimacy with the Client,
- #4-Coaching Presence,
- #7—Direct Communication &
- #8—Creating Awareness.
- 4 60 minute sessions
- 4 coach-specific training hours
- Can be used as an elective option in cnStandard or cnPlus.
- 2-3pm Eastern on Tuesdays
- October 6, October 13, October 20 & October 27, 2015
- Training Language: English
Contact Name: Judy Pence
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 888.728.4329
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