One of the things that happens with incremental change is that we don’t see it when the shifts are small. This is where taking time to pause so you can note the changes becomes important.
When our teams are small, or when we are a solopreneur, or working remote, it can be very important to explore how these small changes add up. Unlike instances where we may have a huge amount of resources, being able to see the impact of the small shifts we are able to make is key to motivation.
What type of change is important for you right now? Here’s an interesting blog post from the Green Book Blog to explore the distinctions between incremental change and disruptive change.
What’s important for you as a team to explore?
A reminder that I will be hosting the month end review session for January tomorrow, Friday January 31st, from 3- 4 pm ET. During this time, you’ll have the opportunity to pause and take stock of your January accomplishments, while doing some planning for the month of February. You can learn more about this program and register here. Cost $49 US.
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Winter 2019 programs start this week including the Coaching Biz Growth Lab (an annual focus on coaching business development), GroupCoachingEssentials (8.75 CCEs), the Advanced Group and Team Coaching Practicum (10 CCEs) and the Virtual Facilitation Essentials program (8.5 CCEs) - geared to support you in creating more exceptional virtual conversations. Finally the Mentor Coaching Group for Winter 2020 will begin - aimed at coaches who are working towards their ACC, PCC or renewing.