Review Case Study 9-2, 'What Is Your Coaching Style?', on pages 257-259 of the text.
1. Conduct a self analysis of your personal coaching style.
2. Identify and evaluate your style against quadrants proposed.
Aguinis, H. (2013) Performance management. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
PS. Related section of textbook is attached
To be a coach in the business world is often also the role of the manager. The coach is required to have a helping relationship with their employees, interact regularly with their employees, and takes an active role and interest in the employees' performance and behavior (University of Las Vegas, 2012). Coaching is collaborative, ongoing and a necessary part of employee and manager development. Depending on the particular coach's style, this is how they will direct employee behavior, provide motivation for performance improvements, and how rewarding for good performance will be approached.
After completing the self-analysis of my personal coaching style I found that I scored the following:
Colum A - 8
Colum B - 6
Colum C - 11
Colum D - 5
Based on these numbers, I am strongest in the Expresser/Persuader and Driver categories followed by the Amiable and Analyzer styles. I found that I am almost equal in all of the areas but the one that appears to stand out the most is that of the Expresser/Persuader. ...
The solution assists with conducting a self-analysis of a personal coaching style.