What Myers-Briggs Profile do you need in a Leadership Coach?
The profile of a coach is important for you to get the results you want. Some people are not a fit for you and others are just right. As you are considering leadership coaching, think out about your potential coach's profile.
The Myers-Briggs is an industry standard and can give you a good glimpse of the coach's profile. If you are talking to a potential coach, simply ask them "What is your Myers-Briggs profile?". If they don't know, hang up the phone.
Here is my Myers-Briggs Coaching Profile and how it will benefit you!
As a dominant intuitive, I will tend to notice meanings, possibilities and patterns in your life rather than the mundane facts and details of your life. I respond well to the intangibles of life.
As an INTJ, my dominant preference of intuition is introverted, making me original, visionary and creative as it relates to designing your development and growth as a leader.
My thinking preference means that I will apply originality to identifying patterns and meanings in your leadership and analyzing them with you objectively. I am a logical, theoretical and system oriented leadership coach.
Under the stimulus of my ingenuity and drive to discover, I will focus more on your possibilities for the future than in the here-and-now. I enjoy working with clients who want opportunities for change, challenge and variety.
As your inspiring ally, I will challenge the status quo and help you find ways to overcome apparently insurmountable difficulties.
As a INTJ coach, I bring a strong intellect and can help you think strategically and effectively on both the macro and micro levels.
As the picture above shows, I am steady, no drama and focused on getting you the results you want!
What type of coach do you think you would best respond to?