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APPENDIX D
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Contracting involves one or more initial discussions between the developer and the learner During these conversations, each gets to know the other better in his or her respective roles and the two discuss their expectations, define the coaching goals, clarify the time commitments required as well as the frequency and duration of the coaching meetings, and discuss what data about the learner would be useful to gather from others and how this will occur Ultimately, the developer and learner reach a collaborative and mutually agreed-upon coaching plan This is the optimal stage at which to introduce the Enneagram to learners who are not familiar with it Sharing this knowledge at Coaching Stage will enable both of you to use the Enneagram s insights throughout the coaching process The effectiveness of contracting is fundamental to a successful coaching experience, preventing many problems and misunderstandings that can occur later in a coaching relationship Ineffective contracting always creates future misunderstandings and negatively affects the trust between the developer and the learner and the success of the coaching
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Appendix D
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Collecting refers to gathering objective and useful organizational information that is directly related to the coaching goals Many developers make the mistake of obtaining coaching-related data only from the learner The drawback to this approach is obvious: Most people do not see themselves in an unbiased way People often perceive themselves based on their intentions rather than their actual behavior, and they often emphasize the aspects of themselves that make them the hero or victim in the story rather than the villain or perpetrator People also overestimate their strengths and underemphasize the areas in which they feel less capable, or vice versa For these reasons, it is important to gather information from multiple sources in addition to collecting data from the learner Many avenues exist for collecting additional data: interviews, focus groups, surveys, performance reviews, 360 feedback reports, video or audiotapes, written communications, and direct observations or real-time experiences that occur in the coaching meetings When collecting data through surveys, interviews, or focus groups, ask questions that are as neutral as possible; doing so provides more objective and balanced data and prevents the skewing of responses in a positive or negative direction For example, a question such as Please describe this person s leadership style is far better than What leadership problems does this person have When asking non-neutral questions, it is important to ask for both positive and negative responses for example, asking both What are this leader s greatest strengths and What are this leader s key development areas Finally, the anonymity of those who provide data is crucial to the trust between the developer and the learner If the developer breaks the confidentiality of a respondent, the developer not only breaches the confidentiality of that person but erodes the trust between the developer and the learner The learner thinks, If the developer would breach someone else s confidentiality, how can I assume the same won t be done to me
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To effectively communicate the data collected, developers need to organize the data for maximum impact and structure the data-feedback meeting with the learner in such a way that he or she will be most receptive to the information
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Long-Term Coaching
How to Organize the Data
When determining how to best organize the data, the following five areas need to be addressed: 1 2 3 4 5 Quantity of data collected Consistency of data Coaching goals Insight-based information Learning style of learner
The amount of time allotted to the meeting should not be a factor in determining how to organize the data; in fact, ample time should be prescheduled for the data-feedback meeting a minimum of two hours and as long as a full day
1 Quantity of data collected When a large quantity of data has been generated, the information needs to be crystallized down to a manageable size for the learner The most common way to do this is to organize the data into main themes, coupled with a sampling of actual and, of course, anonymous quotes 2 Consistency of data When the data are reasonably consistent, the developer can organize the information in a simple and straightforward way With less consistent data, more data must be shared, including the nuances of the issues involved 3 Coaching goals All data should directly relate to the learner s coaching goals; data that do not are usually excluded 4 Insight-based information The developer needs to share information that leads to action There are four types of information:
Data: the raw information that has been collected Knowledge: the patterns based on the raw data Insight: the kernels of truth that emerge from the patterns of knowledge Wisdom: the right action a person should take based on insight
The data collected should be organized and shared at the level of knowledge and insight When information is organized in this way, the learner acknowl-
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