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CTAA (Coaching & Trainability Attitude Assessment) - Sample Report

Report for: Deb M.
Completed on: March 11, 2014 at 12:37 pm

detailed results
strengths & limitations
It's the trait that coaches strive to harness in athletes, that teachers work to build up in students, and that employers seek to develop in employees. Being coachable doesn't imply that a person needs to overhaul his or her entire personality, or put aside the way he or she has been approaching work thus far. It's not a matter of being manipulated or molded into someone else's image of what one should be. Being coachable is being willing to expand our comfort zone; to take the blinders off and take a serious look at areas where we can learn more, progress more, and mature more.

Overall Results

While there may be a few issues Deb will need to work on in order to fully benefit from coaching, she is generally a good candidate. Coachability is one of those top traits that employers should look for. Deb has the potential to be a great employee if she is willing to work on her level of coachability. Review her results below for more details.
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