Coaching

Coaching – using the MBTI® Instrument (2 Days)

Materials 

This programme uses:

The MBTI® Step I Report “Interpretive Report for Organisations”
MBTI® booklet “Introduction to Type”

MBTI® booklet “Introduction to Type and Coaching”


Overview
This programme enables you to become a much better coach by understanding personality type. Knowing your coachee’s Type enables you to thoroughly prepare a coaching session. Knowing your own Type enables you to flex your style along the enquiry – advocacy scale.

Day 1 gives you a solid grounding in self-awareness as you reach MBTI® “best fit” (agree your personality type) and carry out the key MBTI® exercises to understand the needs of coachees of different Types. You will also learn how to use an effective coaching model. In Day 2 you will learn how to prepare yourself for coaching different Types. You will also understand your own potential assets and blind spots in coaching. You later test your new skills in complex role plays which include role play actors with cue cards.

Objectives:

Deploy your own strengths effectively and manage your blind spots
Value coachees who have different preferences and ways of doing things
Work with the different communication styles of different Types
Understand the key role of coaching in leadership and people development
Structure coaching sessions using a 3 stage model
Use Type to profile your coachees and predict coaching solutions
Use Type to understand and develop your own coaching style

Become successful as a coach by developing creative questioning techniques