Using Assessments: the Know-How You Need to Effectively Coach Your Clients
By Ron D. Elliott, PhD
Our January 12 luncheon program features Ron D. Elliott, PhD. Dr. Elliott is a psychologist with more than forty years of experience in executive coaching, career management, executive assessment, and management consulting. He has worked with multinational corporations from consumer products, finance, communications, high-tech, transportation, energy, and strategic consulting business sectors.
His coaching experience ranges from the boardroom to the ranks of middle management. Ron has consulted with executive teams for engagements ranging from six months to two years or more, depending on the complexity and reach of the challenges being addressed.
Ron was a charter faculty member of the innovative two-year coaching certification program offered through the executive education division of the School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is the former southwest region chair for the Association for Psychological Type (APT).
Ron received his PhD in clinical psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. He earned a master’s degree from Indiana University, specializing in psychometrics, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Manchester College. He completed his clinical psychology internship at Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC. Ron resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
As a coach, are you curious about how to best use assessments in your practice? What are the best ones to use? Fortunately, we have a local expert who is primed to give you answers to these burning questions: Dr. Ron Elliott, a psychologist with more than forty years of experience in executive coaching, career management, executive assessment, and management consulting. He will be speaking to us in January on the importance of assessments, how to incorporate them into a coaching practice or program, the pitfalls to avoid, and which ones are best for individual clients or situations. Come sit at the knee of a recognized authority in the coaching field as he shares his knowledge and expertise.
Participants will learn:
The value of assessments as part of the coaching process
What the use of assessments can help reveal irrespective of the client’s results
Principles for delivering assessment feedback
The different classes of assessments, and their applications
Best practices in using assessments
CCEUs for this Program: 1 Core Competency