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We don’t have to know what it all means. We don’t have to get it right. Whether we’ve done one debriefing or two hundred, we can let go of the need to look like we’ve got it together and allow ourselves to enter into a dance of meaning-making with our clients.

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    Mentor Moment: Self Perception & Evaluator Scores Mentor Moment: Self Perception & Evaluator Scores Presentation Transcript

    • Mentor Moment: Self Perception & Evaluator Scores By: Shahmeen Sadiq
    • “We don’t have to know what it all means. We don’t have to get it right. Whether we’ve done one debriefing or 200, we can let go of the need to look like we’ve got it together and allow ourselves to enter into a dance of meaning-making with our clients.” - Shameen Sadiq
    • Look at Your Client’s Leadership Circle Results Before You Debrief Them Notice what their 360 evokes in you, and pay attention to your response to the results. Don’t assume that your response is “true” or “right”, but don’t discount your response either.
    • The client is the expert on their own life. The best way to help someone make sense out of their results is to know more about them.
    • The client is the expert on their own life. Common assumption by a coach: Most leaders are arrogant and would likely overestimate their creative leadership qualities and underestimate their reactive tendencies. What would really be arrogant, would be for the coach to assume that they know what the profile means for the client in absence of knowing more about the client and hearing their story!
    • You know a lot about the frameworks that underpin the 360. Use what you know about the journey from reactive to creative, the pathways, tensions and gifts inherent in the profile framework, the creative tension model and the adult development journey to dance with the client and their profile now that you know more about them. Your self-awareness is key here. Notice how the client is being with you right now: how does it reflect what you see in the profile? Sometimes itʼs not as much about the extent of the gap between the scores, as it is about the pattern, or exceptions to the pattern. Of course, the coachʼs willingness to name what they are noticing, even when it would be easier or more comfortable not to
    • REMEMBER THAT WE ARE ALL WORKS IN PROGRESS. Nobody is a finished product. This includes you, me, our colleagues and our clients.
    • Read more and comment by visiting www.TheLeadershipCircle.com And clicking on “Leadership Quarterly” - OR - Get there directly at www.TheLeadershipCircle.com/mentor-moment-self- perception-and-evaluator-scores