Events or situations are triggering emotional responses, associated with the release of hormones and neurotransmitters, followed by sensations in our body.
Certain thoughts are always grasping our attention and may hinder our capacity to communicate with clarity and to learn through our experiences.
Using particular words may have a limiting effect on our ability to see and express things the way they truly are.
Based on poor understanding and lack of adjustment to the context, our actions may fail to bring expected results and cause disappointment.
Unlocking the full potential.
Often the biggest obstacle to success and achieving our potential is internal, not external. Coaching is about helping individuals to learn rather than about teaching them. The key to successful coaching is asking the right questions to help an individual work through their issues and develop new skills.
The coaching process aims to identify the stage at which an individual is and to use the appropriate language to help them move towards the next stage.Get started
You recognized the need for change and learning and you want to identify areas in which to improve.
A focused reflection process helps you to explore and understand feelings, thoughts, language, and actions.
Questioning and insights guide you to identify available resources or create new ones to achieve your objectives.
Focus on formulating your goals and bridging the present and desired outcomes with concrete action steps.
Regularity and accountability are needed to understand what works, what doesn't and what needs to be adjusted.
Humans are full of great questions.
In the words of Anatole France, "The greatest virtue of man is perhaps, curiosity." Our curiosities drive us to engage in an inquiry process that helps us search and build knowledge and bring meaning to our world.
Through curiosity, we have a great opportunity as HR and education leaders, facilitators, trainers and coaches help their audiences develop the needed skills, strategies, and know-how to become competent, critical thinkers and learners.Get started