Many people feel that coaching is just about getting things done quickly. As I wrote in Reconnecting Workspaces, a myth in the remote space is that,
“Coaching is just about the results and action. In fact, coaching occurs over the dual axis of
Awareness and Action. It can be as important to enhance our awareness about our biases,
strengths, assumptions and beliefs, and mindsets, as it is around taking consistent action.” (Chapter 15, Reconnecting Workspaces, © Jennifer Britton, 2021.
As I shared in yesterday’s post, professional development, learning and change occur over time. It’s unlikely that things are going to change right away. It takes time to learn, and then apply, and learn from that, then change. What do you notice about your learning cycle, and how long it takes to put learning into action?
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