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How to Keep Your People Through a Coaching Culture

You need to coach more. Coaching will engage your team. We need a coaching culture.” I always heard this in my corporate days as a leader, and I remember thinking, yes, I got it. I knew that coaching would make a difference for my team and that a coaching culture would shift the organization for the positive, but I had no idea how to influence this in such a big organization. How could I actually begin to create a coaching culture?

Not Sure Where to Begin With 2023 Development Planning?

A lot of leaders I talk with tell me about development planning time with a heavy sigh. It’s an additional piece of work in a world already too full where the to do list never seems to be done. And I get it. Without the time to reflect and focus that any planning process takes; development planning can feel like yet another hoop to jump through or checkbox to tick. So, if development planning for 2023 has you feeling a little overwhelmed, I’d like to reframe it so you can find the joy and meaning in it for you and your team.


Sept 25th: What would “they” do in this situation?

Thinking about someone we admire or who has experience or expertise that might be useful and then asking what that person would do in a similar situation can help create new solutions by imagining outside perspectives. It is incredible how powerful this can be.

September 18th: What do you want to be known for?

This impactful question helps people set aside the distractions of what they need to get done and think about who they want to be. Asking “what do you want to be known for” is a beautiful way to connect people back to the core of who they are, so they can be intentional about the impact they want to have.

Sept 4th: What have you not yet explored?

This question helps people discover additional ideas that they hadn’t yet thought of. It sends the brain on an exploration for new thinking. What have you not yet explored is a wonderful way to expand thinking.

August 21st: Who else will benefit?

This question helps people tap into the deeper meaning of why they want to achieve a goal. Through this, they can see a bigger picture of who else would benefit. Maybe achieving their goal could help their family, friends, coworkers, or team. Connecting to this deeper why will naturally increase their motivation to achieve the goal.

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