uses a variety and combination of coaching techniques to create
a custom strategy. Reflective, instrumental, and observational methods
are used to create greater capability in the Client.
Reflection and Inquiry allows the Client
to examine current and new perspectives, reframe basic assumptions and structures of
interpretation and give insights into how they operate and show up.
Instrumental Coaching involves the use
of self-assessment questionnaires which allows the Client to
gather greater insight into behaviors, values, and attitudes.
These assessments include:
Multi-rater (360°) as well as custom
designed instruments or interviews may be given to others
within and/or outside the organization
The Management Research Group's (MRG)
Leadership Effectiveness Analysis and the Personal Directions
The Leadership Practices Inventory
by Kouzes and Posner
The Leadership/Impact and Life Styles
Inventory by Human Synergistics International
DISC and the Personal Interests, Attitudes,
and Values surveys
Observational Coaching requires the Coach
to physically observe the Client in their environment to gather
data. The data is analyzed, action plans are developed, and current
plans are augmented to allow the Client to improve.