Becoming a Reflective Coach Practitioner
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In this course, you will complete an array of self-assessments, including the scientifically validated Hogan Leadership Series personality survey, and engage in exercises that result in deeper self-awareness for the purpose of identifying your coaching strengths and development opportunities.
You will learn how to create a learning plan that helps you leverage your strengths and confront challenges you might face as a coach. This course will address questions such as: how is coaching different from other one-on-one developmental interactions; what is the connection between personality and coaching; how can you begin to develop your story as a coach, and why does it matter?
What Questions Will We Answer
- How can I leverage my personality traits and my preferences to be an excellent coach?
- In what ways could my personality and preferences interfere with coaching excellence?
- What does it mean to develop my "self-as-coach" competencies, and what should be my priorities?
- What is an individual learning plan, and how is it used in coaching for individual transformation?
- What are the differences between coaching, mentoring, consulting, advising, and therapy?
- What is a narrative identity, what roles can it play in coaching, and how can it accelerate individual development?
Benefits and Outcomes
- Complete the Hogan Leadership Series assessments (one of the most rigorous, reliable and valid personality assessments available) and receive a one-on-one debrief with a coach who will help you interpret your results to map the terrain of your individual development as a coach.
- Learn how personality might surface within coaching engagements and its implications for coaching.
- Practice using an individual learning plan, a fundamental tool for action planning in coaching.
- Become more grounded and confident in who you are as a coach through self-assessment and reflection exercises.
Who should attend
- Leaders and senior managers who want to become coaches or add coaching to their overall leadership toolkit.
- Experienced coaches seeking to expand self-awareness and develop as a reflective coach practitioner.