Quote : “All of the top achievers I know are lifelong learners … looking for new skills, insights, and ideas.
If they’re not learning, they’re not growing … not moving toward excellence.” Denis Waitley
One of the main components of self-coaching is for you take responsibility and set direction for your own grow and development as a leader. Personal change and growth demands commitment to figuring out how to continuously grow as a leader of others.
So I want to challenge you to take 5 minuets at the end of each work day to identify what new interpersonal skills or insights are happening in your work life. Turn you observations into journal entries by focusing and answering these questions: What do I need to do more of… Less of… Keep the same…in regard to building more effective relationships with my colleagues and superiors. During this exercise try to tune-in to your observation and listening skills. When you are in touch with people around you insecurity and stresses will decrease. This exercise teaches you how to obtain, process and give feedback to yourself.