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May 19, 2014

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Hi Lisa. 10 is a lot to wrap your head around, especially if this training is coaching 101.

Do the 10 divide easily into 3 groups? How I need to Be, How I need to Think, What I need to Do?

I'm not sure how to put this into a competency or maybe this is "Enhancing Perspective" expanded a wee bit..... but one of the aspects of coaching (and management) that stops success is that we've forgotten/ ignored that the employee has been a human for a lot longer than they've been an employee.

Yet most of the coaching and management of this person only deals with their role or company performance .... and usually with the coach's perspective that it's something that needs to be "fixed."

Coaches and managers need a proper context; they need to discover this person's values, attitudes, and beliefs to make sense of their occupational performance..

Great post! I like the ideas, it’s really interesting to see how strategic perspective outranked leading employees. I do believe leading employees is better, but without perspective they will be lost.

Mark, thanks so much for your comment. Very good points indeed. I really like the idea of getting to the essence of the person.

Thank you for mentioning the love step and connecting it to controlling behaviors. Just curious, what suggestions do you have for keeping those "I'll just help make it easier and do it for you" tendencies at bay?

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