1 = Rarely, 2 = Sometimes, 3 = Frequently.
Try this Assessment test
You can take the “Evaluate Your Coaching Skills”
For better coaching results, consider answering the following questions first before attempting to coach:
- What opportunities does my role provide for me to coach my staff, peers or even my boss?
- How exactly can coaching help improve the current situation versus just telling them what to do or just ignoring the issue?
- Which of my staff really needs coaching to improve their performance?
- What is the person i'm about to coach doing specifically that needs to change? (Must be very specific and have evidence)
- What specific changes or improvements do I want to see and how after the changes are implemented do I know that the situation is good enough? (Must be very specific)
- What is the benchmark that needs to be achieved and are the people capable of achieving this or not?
- What are the most important questions do I need to ask the person I'm going to coach?
- When will I have to be more directive and less questioning and vice versa?
- What milestones to set and when should I check for progress?