As a coach, I have yet to be asked that question. Yet, that’s exactly what people want when they take a class or work with a coach. Enrolling in a program is a desire to improve your knowledge and skills. Asking for help is a request to do the same. Something isn’t working, so please show me, teach me, or help me to be better.
Start your change! – Clear out, organize and prioritize.
Identify what you want or need and write it down. All of it. The good, bad and ugly. Organize it into three buckets. The STOP bucket might include habits or people. The KEEP buckets are your strengths and creativity; what you have been putting off or dreaming of doing. Circle, star, and underline what you will START doing. If it feels right, then “yes”. If it feels like a big challenge then it is a “YES”!
Talk is cheap, action is everything. What will you do first, then second, etc. Write it down. And before you fold up your list, pinpoint potential blocks that you might encounter for each item. Time? People? Money? Fear of failing? Identify ways you can overcome the block. Don’t skip this part; it’s an absolute essential.
What’s the hard part?
Accountability! Share your plan with a trusted friend or colleague. Research tells us that our goals are more likely to be achieved when we write them down and share them with someone else. Your actions tell everyone what you value. When you fulfil on your plan, you can be proud of the changes you made to achieve it. And it feels good!
One way to change your professional skills is by attending the Registered Corporate Coach program. This is a strategic course designed to increase your skills using a proven structure to become a top-level corporate coach.
Only two spots remain! Take action and become a Registered Corporate Coach now!
Next Registered Corporate Coach™ Program:
Date: August 14-15, 2019
Location: Cleveland, OH
The only program in Ohio for 2019!
Contact us for more information: 440-899-9010
*The Registered Corporate Coach program has been approved for 14.5 recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification, through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).