Building Mastery with Coaching2024-01-11T10:46:49+13:00


Coaching is a key ingredient to evolving your skill and so expanding your comfort zone.
The goal of coaching is to create a space where you can engage with your blindspots. It is your blindspots that prevent you from seeing different options and choices. These are locked into your way of thinking, something that has evolved over time.

With a coach you can start to extend and shift your mental model and get past your blind spots and build new habits that support the outcomes and experiences you wish to have.

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What does coaching look like ?

  • A series of structured conversations, either online or in person

To create new habits, it is recommended that a series of coaching conversations occurs (3 – 5) and that these be in intervals of 3 – 6 weeks


  • Identify the experience you want to be having and the blindspots that may be preventing you from achieving these

For leaders

  • Craft who want to be as a leader,
  • Identify habits that support your outcome
  • Choose actions that build those habits

Articles on Coaching

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One of the principles behind our internal Agile/ Servant Leadership program is balancing advocation with inquiry. As the three days progress it becomes clear that people don’t have clarity around what advocation is – yes it is telling and instructing, but there is a more subtle form, where you speak [...]

From Performance to Transformation (Coaching & Change that Lasts)

One of the topics this year is how we generate a culture change that is long lasting and not just sitting in the external domain of process and skills. Over the 2 years that I have been involved in the culture shift I have noticed that without changing mindsets and [...]

Why I Can Not Survive Without My Coach

I was chatting about coaching and the benefits there-of and casually mentioned that I get coached, which came as a surprise to the people I was talking to. Perhaps it is because I already have achieved something grand and audacious (my world record) so there is a perception that I [...]

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