Refresher Tools for Leadership Coaches
Challenging Perceptions comes straight out of my Coaches Toolkit. In the Coaching Master Class training I teach that there are instances in coaching where the Coachee will be experiencing limitations that stop or slow their progress towards achieving their business goals and fulfilling their potential. These limitation will be in their mind and be based on experience, beliefs, confidence, expectations, fears, self-image, attitude and personal agenda. Like it or not – this is their Reality. Whilst all of this may be submerged in their subconscious, it is the language they use and the emotions and behaviours they display which you can work with.
The role of the coach is to challenge the Coachee’s subconscious limitations and stimulate them to take a different and more productive conscious path; enabling them to move forward with high expectations of meeting and exceeding goals.
Here I cover two aspects of Challenging Perceptions: Body Language and Self-Talk. Read more ….
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What are the negative leadership traits you will give up for Lent? Maybe the ‘luxuries’ of error, laziness and omission. I’ve found five, inspired by recent articles by Guest Authors on this Blog. What are your top 5?
Today is Shrove Tuesday. It is the traditional feast day before the
start of Lent. Lent is the 40 days leading up to Easter. This was traditionally
a period of fasting and on Shrove Tuesday, Anglo-Saxon Christians went to
confession and were ‘Shriven’ (absolved from their sins). Lent is also a time
when people commit to giving up certain luxuries – hence the question “What are you giving up for Lent?” As you
can see, I know today’s feast day as ‘Pancake Day’. And my plan is to give
up pancakes for a year – until Shrove Tuesday comes around again in 2021.
Once again I have to remind myself this is a leadership blog, not a culinary one. So what can leaders give up for Lent? Maybe the ‘luxuries’ of error, laziness and omission. For inspiration I looked back at recent articles from our merry band of Guest Authors and came up with five negative traits leaders might consider giving up for Lent.
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