Something I Learned the Hard Way
In my last post, I shared the importance of awareness and how it has been key to my growth.
Awareness is a critical component of what I teach.
It is the first thing I cover with clients.
I wanted to introduce you to the basic framework I take my clients through no matter the new habit or approach they are trying to build:
- Cultivate Self-Awareness - I love creating a safe space for my clients to learn more about themselves and using what they have learned to get more done. I help my clients accelerate their self-awareness using assessments.
- Simplify Engagement - Being able to connect and influence is a key part of being a leader. As an introvert and certified coach, I have developed and learned frameworks to engage with myself and others better. I share these approaches with my clients.
- Achieve Expectations - You have probably noticed that a lot of my content is around gettings things done. With an understanding of how you come across and a plan to engage, you can develop and set appropriate expectations. I have so many tricks, approaches, and structures I share with my clients to help them stay on track AND aligned with stakeholders.
A few years ago, I was leading teams between two different West African countries.
Now I am managing various projects and stakeholders across the world.
Using this three-step process allows me to stay on top of my work and reminds me that I don’t live and work in a vacuum.
PLEASE WRITE THIS SOMEWHERE YOU WILL SEE IT
People do things for their own reasons. Not yours.
If any of these areas seem interesting to you, please let me know.
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Please share this post with someone who needs support engaging with themselves and others.
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