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"360 Degree Feedback and Psychological Type: Complementary Tools for Every Practitioners\' Toolbox." A presentation given to the Association for Psychological Type. Email …

"360 Degree Feedback and Psychological Type: Complementary Tools for Every Practitioners\' Toolbox." A presentation given to the Association for Psychological Type. Email demo@leadernation.com for a complementary 360 that assesses 6 coaching competencies.


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  • 1. 360 Feedback and Type:Complementary Tools for Every Practitioner’s Toolbox The Association for Psychological Type New York Metro Chapter March 10, 2011
  • 2. © LeaderNation | 2What is 360 Feedback?
  • 3. Supervisor YOU Peers Customers Direct Reports © LeaderNation | 3What is 360 Feedback?
  • 4. © LeaderNation | 4Stages of Receptivity to 360 Feedback
  • 5. © LeaderNation | 5360 Feedback: An Allegory
  • 6. Known Self High Blind Spot Strength Area for Hidden Self Low Improvement Strength Other Low Other High © LeaderNation | 6360, Type, and Self-Awareness
  • 7.  Coaching: Active Listening ◦ Communicating and clarifying understanding, and eliciting information using both active and passive behaviors, in order to engage people, make them feel heard, facilitate development, and gather information. Coaching: Constructive Questioning ◦ Asking clear and compelling questions to help people gain insight into their choices, feelings, assumptions, and motivations. Coaching: Building Positive Relationships ◦ Building trust, showing respect, and being sensitive to others’ needs in order to create a space where people feel safe, feel comfortable, and can learn. © LeaderNation | 7The Coaching Competency Model
  • 8.  Coaching: Encouraging Development ◦ Helping people identify developmental opportunities, providing perspective, and highlighting their strengths, in order to facilitate professional development and increase self-awareness through introspection and action. Coaching: Facilitating Goal Attainment ◦ Helping others, first, to set specific, realistic and challenging goals, then to monitor their progress, so that they can achieve their goals, maintain high standards, and build the capacity to self-regulate. Coaching: Creating Negative Space ◦ Resisting the urge to fill silences and remaining open and free of judgment, in order to gather relevant facts, and make informed interventions while giving people room to fully express themselves and feel heard. © LeaderNation | 8The Coaching Competency Model
  • 9. © LeaderNation | 9LeaderNation Screenshot
  • 10.  Skill vs. Will ◦ Difference between preference and capability Expansive vs. Expensive ◦ Working with or counter preference affects energy use 360 and Type: complementary tools to help gain awareness and develop Leave us your contact info or email us at demo@LeaderNation.com to participate in the coaching 360 we have just created © LeaderNation | 10Key Takeaways
  • 11. Joaquín.Roca@LeaderNation.com 917-476-6670 Expertise: 360 feedback, Instrument design, Data-analysis, Group Process, Leadership Summary: Joaquín V. Roca co-founded LeaderNation with Yaron Prywes. With over ten years of experience in consulting, Joaquín helps individuals, groups, and organizations realize the synergy of working together while learning to minimize inefficiencies due to process loss. Clientele: American Express; Columbia Senior Executive Program (CSEP); the Borough of Lansdale. PA; General Electric; the Psychiatric Institute of New York; FilmAid International; and Pfizer Education: Ph.D. candidate Columbia University researching innovation and creativity in organizations and 360 feedback Yaron.Prywes@LeaderNation.com 201-218-7673 Expertise: Facilitating Individual & Organization Change, Leadership, Conflict Management Clientele: United Nations Secretariat; Shearman & Sterling; Tuesday’s Children; Beginning Administrator’s Institute; and the Borough of Lansdale. PA Education: Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University researching coaching techniques and goal attainment Authored: The Nature of Leadership (American Management Association, 2007) The Role of Organization History in Leading Change (Organization development Practitioner, in press) © LeaderNation | 11 Greenprints for Peacebuilding between Palestinians and Israelis (Greenwood, 2007)Bios and Contact