What Does Your Coaching Style Say About You?

What Does Your Coaching Style Say About You?

This On-Demand event was originally presented on February 27, 2019 (60 min)
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Overview

The way coaches interact with people varies from one coach to the next. This is because each coach has different personality characteristics that influence the way they interact with others. Knowing about those characteristics inherent in your personality is key to the coach–coachee interaction, the formation of an effective relationship, and the results he or she obtains. Attend this webinar to find out what your coaching style says about you.

This webinar is based upon research from What’s My Coaching Style, 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. With the knowledge of your coaching style, 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.

Attendees will learn

  • How to use What’s My Coaching Style as part of your personality style and coaching training.
  • Personal preferences for one of four behavioral styles.
  • To develop an awareness of personal behavior patterns.
  • How one is viewed by those he or she coaches.

Presenter

Alberta Lloyd co-founded and was vice president of Coleman Management Consultants, Inc., (CMC) based in Atlanta, Georgia from 1980 until August 2013. The firm worked with organizations to assist in utilizing their human resources to their full potential. Over the years, Alberta provided services such as specialized training for women and/or minority professionals, diversity awareness and skills training, and personal empowerment training for executives, managers, and the general employee population. She conducted employee opinion surveys and worked with diversity councils and affinity groups within organizations. As needed, she completed mediation services and was trained in the facilitation of Coaching and Learning Circles to teach the skills of peer coaching. She also provided individual and group coaching for over one hundred high-potential employees in one organization.

Sponsor

HRDQ
HRDQ

Training Tools for Developing Great People Skills

This event is sponsored by HRDQ. For 45 years HRDQ has provided research-based, off-the-shelf soft-skills training resources for classroom, virtual, and online training. From assessments and workshops to experiential hands-on games, HRDQ helps organizations improve performance, increase job satisfaction, and more.

Learn more at HRDQstore.com

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