Assessments for Insight, Learning, and Choice in Coaching
YOU’VE PROBABLY HAD THE EXPERIENCE of coaching a leader when you were sure that how they saw themselves wasn’t consistent with their behavior or what you believed was authentic for them. These people seem to be playing a role, or focus on their intentions—what they meant to do, what they were thinking at the time, or the story that they tell about themselves—rather than what actually happened. Assessments can play an important role in generating self-awareness in the leaders we coach, and provide information, beyond the leader’s self-perceptions, that can be directly applied to their most challenging situations.
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