Professionals have coaches; amateurs do not.
Author Robert Kyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad)
If you want to change the organization, change the leader. Leaders, I am not talking about firing yourself. I am talking about growth. Finding a coach that will challenge your current assumptions, make sure you follow-through on ideas you set as priorities, and push you to become a different leader than who you are currently will change your organization and you dramatically. If you are interested in that type of change, contact me here.
Who is holding the boss accountable? I’ve been the guy in charge. As the guy in charge, I made good decisions and I made bad decisions. I had times of great growth and times of stagnation. Most of the bad decisions and the times of stagnation had a common denominator: I lacked the wisdom of another leader’s counsel.
Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisors they succeed.
Leadership coaching does these 3 things:
- A Leadership Coach Is There For Me. There is no politics with a coach. The coach is there to make me better. Period.
- A Leadership Coach Helps My Follow-Through. I’ve had lots of good intentions to make changes, but the tyranny of the urgent got in the way.
- A Leadership Coach Brings Perspective. If I only gather advice from those inside my organization, I am likely to continue on the same path.
If you want to change your organization, change the leader. Change yourself.
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