1. Big Five Factor – This model of human personality has been scientifically validated over and over based on the degree to which a person displays five key personality traits.
2. Core Values Index – Lynn Taylor developed this tool for understanding the particular recipe of values that fuel a person’s approach to contributing.
3. CliftonStrengths Assessment – formerly known as StrengthsFinder, this model and instrument were developed nearly 20 years ago by the Gallup organization to describe the talent themes each person has most available.
4. Conflict Styles – This model describes five ways a person can engage in conflict and the assessment discerns which styles come more naturally for a person.
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Learn how to use four assessments through three distinct layers.
Unlock new awareness for your client and give them the opportunity to create innovative action.
Legit assessments are not one-tool-for-everything.
This is why it’s helpful to cut through the assessment clutter and recognize what’s legit, what’s helpful, and what’s available. Let’s unpack that a bit.
Legit – coaches only want to use assessments based on frameworks for understanding and describing some measurable aspect of the human experience.
Helpful – coaches only want to use assessments that provide a helpful insight for their clients. It’s not enough to have a new awareness, the awareness has to be helpful for the client in pursuing her agenda.
Available – many great assessments are available only to those coaches who’ve forked over thousands of dollars to be trained and/or certified to administer the assessment. But there are also some great assessments that any coach (or client) can use without the rigamarole of jumping through hoops.
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Chad and Brian spent an hour talking about the four assessments and then taking a deep dive on one of the characteristics of the Big Five assessment.
Brian Miller, PCC
Brian coaches lots of leaders. With clarity and confidence, Brian’s clients lean into their strengths and become even more fruitful. Serving as the Executive Director for Coach Approach Ministries, Brian now leads the charge in helping to bring CAM’s vision to reality through day-to-day execution and strategic direction. Looking to Jesus as his guide, Brian loves to train coaches who change individual lives and communities. He has been married for over 30 years to the love of his life, Danelle, and they have three wonderful children. They reside in Casey, IL.
Chad Hall, MCC
President & Co-Founder
Chad Hall has been coaching leaders in ministry and business since 2002. He has applied coaching first as a denominational leader with the Baptist State Convention of NC, later as an internal coach with software leader SAS Institute, and for nearly a decade as the Director of Coaching for Western Seminary. He has also served as a pastor and church planter. He lives in Hickory, NC with his wife Holly, three growing children and Buster the wonder dog. Chad also serves as an Owner/Executive Partner with the coaching firm StrongLead, LLC.
We think every coach can and should apply the lessons from this course in order to leverage the four assessments for the benefit of their clients. The assessments are each publicly available (no need to get trained or certified to administer any of them), based on a framework that is reliable and relevant, and aimed at addressing a key aspect of human behavior.
What will I learn?
You will learn how to use 4 assessments in your coaching practice. The course is designed to be practical and immediately applicable.
How will I learn?
This course is taught via the Teachable platform -- the world's leading platform for on-demand training. You'll have access to over 20 video training modules as well as student notes and support documents.
Does this count for ICF?
While you will learn plenty of ICF-aligned coaching skills, this on-demand course does not meet the ICF's requirements for training that can be counted toward certification or recertification.
How long will I have access?
Once you enroll, you'll have ongoing access to the course. There's no time limit (or any kind of limit) on how often or how long you can continue to access the video sessions or any of the content.
What if I don't like the course?
We think you're going to love the course and get a lot of help from it. But if you don't, no worries. You have 30 days to ask for a refund, no questions asked