After 5 year of research, writing and hard work my book It’s Not About The Coach is finally due for release on Friday 29th of November!
If you have liked the free content that I have shared in the last three postings (possibilities, perception, & performance videos) then the book of course goes even deeper. I have now filled the much needed gap to provide the required support (and challenge) for coachees who are considering coaching as means of self development. The book
Once the coachee has considered possibilities, changed perception, it is now time to challenge performance. This is the most obvious indicator for a successful coachee and coaching relationship.
Asking yourself the question – who are you being? Who are you being on the inner. Who are you being on the outer.
This short reading describes how your language, emotions and body are all indicators of performance. Have you found your centre? Have you slowed down so you can see the world in
Once the coachee has started to work with possibilities, it is now time to move on and consider perception. Knowledge and our understanding is underpinned by this perception.
Truth, belief and justification. What you thought to be true when you were assessing possibilities, might have shifted for you now.
As this short reading from my book demonstrates, the best question you can ask yourself right now is – how do you know what you know?
It’s Not About The Coach is published on 29th
The coachees journey can be defined by three phases. Possibilities, perception and performance. This first phase is all about assessing possibilities. What you can achieve. Not what you can’t achieve. An effective coachee will hold onto many different possibilities at this stage, without sidelining options until perhaps later on.
Let possibilities be your fuel, a way to connect to what you can achieve by working with a coach. A vision will start to form…
As this reading shows “It’s all invented, everything
When leaders are being true to themselves there are times when they have to hand over to others. No matter how protective they might feel. So it’s time to hand over the reins of this posting to my good friend and colleague Janice Caplan from The Scala Group. Find out more about how you can learn from and contribute to the HR Barometer…
In today’s times of rapid change and insecurity, career development is the new job security
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