The Coaching Journey

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For most of us life is a busy adventure and work is something to be endured.   When we look at the world around us it seems crazy, noisy and out of control.  So much volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity!  It is no surprise that leadership practices have to be re-imagined.The pressure on leaders is immense.  Solutions that start with skill development and stop there are only marginally successful.  If we want an organization to change or transform then we have to start with the leaders but behavior doesn’t change unless we are willing to examine the beliefs and mindsets that support them.  Behaviors are the visible part of the iceberg.  Sustainable change involves going beneath the surface.  We tell ourselves stories about how the world works and how we operate and sometimes these stories are not true or not helpful.  Coaching helps us to discover and shift that part of ourselves that drives how we show up day-to-day.

What is required?  People who undertake the coaching journey have to be willing to do the inner work.  There has to be a readiness to shift from villain or victim to hero.

The payoff for those willing to do the work is a greater sense of satisfaction and indeed happiness.  And for the organization the result is more effective leadership.

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton


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