Coaching is more than a means of correcting problematic behavior. It’s more than something a manager has to do in times of conflict. Coaching is how relationships form between managers and employees. It’s an opportunity. Knowing your coaching style can go a long way to successful coaching.
Building a relationship of mutual trust between manager and employee benefits everyone – employee, manager, team, and organization. And while coaching is an ongoing process, the skills involved in conducting a coaching meeting can be extended to the overall employee/manager relationship.
What’s My Coaching Style? is a coaching assessment 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 and easy to 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.
Healthy employee-manager relationships can be an invaluable part of your organization’s culture. Build them with great coaching – let What’s My Coaching Style? be your guide! You can learn more about the value of using this product in your training in the upcoming FREE webinar What Does Your Coaching Style Say About You?