Coaching assessment can drive evidence-based practice by catching up to coaching’s evolving state. Coaching develops capabilities and effectiveness and maximizes the leader’s positive impact on organizational results. Historically, leadership coaching has remediated leaders’ attitudes, knowledge, skills, and practices. Today’s coaching focuses on building and expanding the growth and influence of key players and high potentials. Yet much of what and how assessment is applied today is lagging behind this and other trends in coaching.
To move leadership coaching assessment into the 21st century it needs to reflect the evolving trends and best practices of coaching. This MasterClass explores opportunities to leverage assessment in coaching in a variety of areas:
Clients are hungry to learn what they are doing and what they should do differently. Assessment in coaching can provide more actionable data to feed that learning by shifting some of the paradigms of what to assess, how to assess it, and how to use what is learned to drive sustainable change and growth.
Watch Lew Stern, PhD and Senior Advisor to the Institute of Coaching, discuss assessment:
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