Caliber's Coaching Process
Too often, companies spend money on coaching leaders and management teams without having solid systems such as performance management, rewards, or planning in place. Companies could also be trying to develop leaders during a period of change or growth. For this reason, before the coaching process begins, we determine the organizational context in which coaching will be provided.
Once the organizational context has been established, the Caliber Coaching Process can begin. With a solid framework to measure the behavior of leaders participating in the process, we assess the strengths and development needs of each of the leaders participating in coaching.
A initial meeting to define expectations take place before the individual coaching begins. During the meeting, we identify key success factors for a specific leadership or team's current and potential role. We also determine the specific results that can be expected from the coaching sessions. Addressing the issues that are being faced by the leader will help to define organizational and individual expectations and support the business objectives.
Contracting also includes articulating the roles and responsibilities of the leadership coach and participant. Milestones and timelines for development are also determined during this meeting.
The second step in the Caliber Coaching Process is the assessment of each leader's individual leadership. We use a number of psychometric assessments (Striving Styles Personality Assessment, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Emotional Quotient Inventory as well as other Leadership Competency Assessments or 360 Feedback Indicator. We customize our approach to coaching based on the learning style of the leader based on the results of the personality assessments. The Leadership Assessment results clearly illustrate areas of strength as well as those requiring attention. This paints a clear picture for the leader and focuses and informs the coaching process.
During the session, we interpret the results of the personality assessment and how it impacts the individuals approach to leadership; their emotional needs and their self-protective behaviors. We offer insight into their interpersonal dynamics while creating a roadmap for their development. During the interpretation session, the coach will identify barriers to success and answer any questions about the coaching process. At the end of the session a plan for next steps, assigned reading and other homework will be given to the leader.
Research shows that this type of review is a critical factor in the success of the entire coaching process and encourages further development by demonstrating concrete results.
2. Comprehensive Assessment
3. Interpretation Session & Planning
4. Ongoing Coaching Sessions
5. Reviewing & Maintaining Success
CALIBER COACHING PROCESS
Leadership behaviour can be changed and developed through the Caliber Leadership Coaching Process.
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