As the demand for influence coaching is greater than ever before so is the need for coaches to understand influence and how it applies to their clients and their clients’ needs.
Join the Coaching Science Community of Practice for an introduction to the Keller Influence Indicator® (KII®)—an assessment tool used to measure an individual’s Seven Influence Traits™ which include: confidence, commitment, courage, passion, empowering, trustworthiness, and likability. Dr. Karen Keller, MCC and inventor of this statistically validated assessment, provides an overview of the tool, as well as, an understanding of the impact of the Seven Influence Traits and what they mean for a person to be influential. Additionally, she highlights how it can impact the coach’s ability to work with a client, how it can help the client clearly define and quickly move toward goals, and how it can help grow the coach’s business. Lastly, she explains the relationship between the Seven Influence TraitsTM and the Five Organizational Competencies– leadership, communication, team effectiveness, strategy & solutions, and execution & evaluation—in order to help your clients become more influential leaders in the workplace.
Learning objectives for this presentation include:
- Understanding how the Seven Influence TraitsTM impact your clients
- Identifying and developing high potential leaders and forward-thinking influencers within an organization using the KII®
- Knowing how to use this tool to build client’s influence
- Exploring the Keller Influence Indicator® as a marketing and coaching tool
- Discovering how influence can impact the success of your practice
|Activity Number||Credit Amount||Accreditation Period|
|ICF Global - Dec. 2016||1 Resource Development||from January 01, 2017|