There is both 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 effective ways coaches use assessments in coaching relationships.
ICF Competencies in this course:
- #2 Establishing the Coaching Agreement
- #3 Establishing Trust & Intimacy with the Client
- #4 Coaching Presence
- #7 Direct Communication
- #8 Creating Awareness
- 2 – 120 minute sessions.
- 4 coach-specific training hours.
- Tuesday and Thursday (Same week) from 1-3pm Eastern.
- Two hours per session.
Dave Brunelle, PCC | This course is intended for the experienced coach who is integrating assessments into their coaching practice.
Prerequisites: To take any course at the 500 level or above, you should meet the following pre-requisites:
- Complete 60 hours of coach training
- 60 hours of coaching experience
2020 Training Dates for 902 Using Assessments in Coaching:
- Spring Turbo Cohort: June 2 & 4, Tues/Thurs. Time: 1-3pm Eastern
2021 Training Dates for 902 Using Assessments in Coaching:
- Spring Turbo Cohort: Tuesday, June 8 & Thursday, June 10 from 4-6pm Eastern
902 Using Assessments in Coaching Course Outline:
- 902 Using Assessments In Coaching
- Pre-Work: 902 Using Assessments In Coaching
- Live Sessions: 902 Using Assessments In Coaching
- 902 Using Assessments In Coaching – Session #1
- 902 Using Assessments In Coaching – Session #2
- 902 Using Assessments In Coaching – Session #3
- 902 Using Assessments In Coaching – Session #4
- Follow Up Assignment: 902 Using Assessments in Coaching