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Tool To Evaluate Coaching Conversations

I received a request for a way to quickly analyze a coaching conversation. "I just need something that gives me a quick sense of a coach's skills," wrote a coach from Florida. "I want to evaluate myself and give feedback to colleagues."

Here's a tool that gives you an overview, snap shot of a coach's strengths and areas for growth as they show up in a coaching conversation.

Coaching Conversation Analysis Tool.pdf


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You can find this tool, and many more, on my website. While you're there, check out my summer Art of Coaching Institute. There are limited spaces left and a couple more weeks to register for the discounted rate.

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