Do you recognize this?
with fewer peers in this new role, it is far more lonely here than I thought it would be
my impact with my people is not what I want it to be
how to stay on top of, or at least deal with all this complexity in my new role and not lose my balance
how to take my place as a leader and stay authentic
Would these approaches help you?
Boost your Move: I need a pragmatic sparring partner for operational issues as a leader, here and now. Coach, where are you?
Transition acceleration coaching: with the right support and soundingboard from the start in this new role, I know I can get up speed twice as fast, as research proves. Let’s just do this, now from the start.
Grow coaching: after all these years a refreshing and challenging partner can make me see where I developed blind spots and less effective paradigms. Let’s make an upgrade. Or maybe a reset?
Action learning circles: together with peers we look at each other leadership challenges, question and support each other with our experiences and insights. With this collective wisdom we become more professional and resilient in these complex times.
What do my clients say about me?
How do we work together?
End in mind
together with the stakeholder we define the end in mind of your journey. We choose the tools that can help us diagnose before we prescribe: stress meters, Insights Discovery, FranklinCovey Leadership benchmark, CliftonStrengths, HSP-test, e.a.
Challenge & explore
as a coachee you get a soundingboard. We explore your communication, how to adapt and connect with others, work with your strengths and not against them, and how to really fulfill your role as a leader. Beliefs and paradigms are challenged when they hinder you.
evaluations help us keep on track of your journey, during and at the end. Together with all stakeholders we document your evolution and celebrate your growth
after the initial coaching journey we continue with some follow up sessions to help you persevere and integrate so you become unconsciously competent, also in the long run.
Goed Bezig Check-up, best L&D book award 2016
Every year we go to the dentist for a check-up or have the car serviced. So why don’t we do a yearly check on our job? What am I doing? Do I still like my work? What choices did I make, do I want to make? How can I stay fulfilled in my job? The Goed Bezig Checkup helps you monitor how good a job you’re doing at keeping a good job.
First we take stock of the past year.
Second step is to determine how you want things to be, what you want to give more attention, and why. And to combine the results of these reflections and make a promise to yourself about what you want to fulfil in the coming year.
Third step is starting to keep your promise. Engaging your stakeholders and staying on track are essential now.
Each of these three steps is supported by several reflection tools as input for the check-up. The book gives detailed explanations which, together with the online templates, help you repeat your check-up every year.
And for leaders who see the benefit of a regular check-up and want to inspire their associates as well, the tools have been reworked in a dedicated chapter especially for this purpose.
The (Dutch) book is available online and in regular bookshops.
1. Look back
Awareness process: Still doing ‘the right stuff’?
2. Look ahead
2.4 Role wheel
2.5 Make a Promise
Surprise: My miracle contains more reality than I could have dreamed of!
I recognize the diamonds in my treasure chest and I’m going to shine.
Recognizing and fostering resilience determines my energy levels.
I choose my stakeholders: my reasons for sharing this working life with certain people.
This is my promise to myself for the coming year: my action plan.
3. Maintain focus
I am more effective in achieving my promise working thanks to and with my stakeholders.
I make choices as a matter of course and maintain focus on my promise.
My energy is precious and is spent only on my Circle of Influence.
4. Inspiring others
4.2 Manager Miracle
4.3 Manager Talents
4.4 Manager Promise
4 Signposts adapted specially for managers to inspire and motivate their employees.