WHAT IS THE COACHING MINDSET INDEXTM?
The Coaching Mindset IndexTM (CMI) is a psychometric assessment that provides powerful insights into an individual’s ability to help others identify and achieve important goals. Coaching is more than a development lever for high-potential talent or a safety net for top executives. It’s an essential tool for motivating, inspiring, and empowering individuals at every level to do their best in a fast- paced business environment. Through decades of coaching experience, a thorough review of executive coaching literature, and a series of pilot studies, we identified the essential components of the coaching process. The Coaching Mindset IndexTM provides an assessment of an individual’s coaching ability and actionable strategies to build on these foundations for coaching success.
INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT REPORT INCLUDES:
Detailed description of the CMI framework
Breakdown of individual scores
Actionable suggestions to improve coaching skills
Action planner to set goals and measure progress
THE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING A COACHING CULTURE
In order to build a coaching culture, it is critical that organizations provide their leaders a clear path to coaching excellence. However, coaching requires a nuanced skill set that can take years for an individual to develop. Without extensive training and practice, it can be challenging to know where to start. The Coaching Mindset IndexTM provides a simple and memorable approach to coaching that users can put into action immediately.
WHO IS USING THE COACHING MINDSET INDEXTM ?
Internal Executive Coaches
Organizations Building Coaching Culture
Professionals Developing Others
Leaders Using Coaching
Professionals in Mentorship Roles
COACHING MINDSET INDEXTM STRATEGIES
Sharing feedback in a direct, genuine, and honest way.
Sharing feedback with diplomacy and consideration for the coachee’s feelings.
Setting short-term goals that support the coachee’s productivity.
Setting long-term goals that support the coachee’s learning and growth.
Using your own experience and expertise to teach and advise.
Asking questions to elicit perspectives and information.