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Using Metrics for Coaching
Measurement of people by means of psychological profiles or others’ opinions is now common HR practice.
Standards that are well understood are the key to successful measurement. Many standards exist.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is a one psychological profile some of which’s characteristics are: easy to take; long lasting - new insights can be gained by individuals in different circumstances; extremely thoroughly constructed so that there is a high probability of accuracy in its use; is used often by many - 4m world wide; explains consistency of random behaviour; has payoffs in terms of team and organisational behaviours.
360 degree feedback using a system like 20/20 Insight is a way of collecting others’ opinions systematically against predefined criteria. The process is designed to ensure agreement on desired criteria such as competencies in personal behaviours, management actions and emotional confidence.
As well as organisational reasons for using different metrics for getting data, individuals too seek information. Thus:
Individuals desirous of being coached are thirsty for information on how they manage and lead, as well as greater understanding about how they themselves tick. They also seek to understand how others view them and their performance as managers or leaders.
Important other issues fall out from using measuring in these ways:
How can Global Resonance deliver this feedback?
Here follows a range of suggestions which work:
Typically, the above examples would be one, two and three days’ consultancy respectively.
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