- And General Insights through the Creative Spark
Like many other of the styles, the Creative Tool master is all about ongoing learning and creation as part of their process.
Their mantra is “Let’s experiment, innovate, create and grow together”.
The focus for the Creative Toolmaster is on supporting their clients in:
- Thinking differently/out of the box
- Helping people get in their stretch zone
- Working with somatic approaches (body centered work and Gestalt approaches)
- Accessing and creating creative approaches for coaches that may not be the traditional approaches such as .
These coaches value tools and resources and are often on a quest to find something even more creative or impactful for the teams they are working ith.
Their energy is generated often through the creative process, by learning and then trying it out, getting feedback and trying it out again.
Their gift is in weaving together many of the different approaches and ways to work with others. They have a knack for customization and being able to weave different approaches together in service to the clients they serve. Usually they can find, or create “just the right thing”.
Their stretch is leaving their tools behind. Coaching, especially team coaching does not need to be over-engineered, and it can be important to bring conversations back to the basics.
The enablers for this work is that they are Multi-disciplinary and are able to access resources with others.
Their growth edge may be the ability to let things flow and not overengineer a session. They may also do better working in partnership with others. Be sure to check out the section on partnering with others
Their habits include ongoing learning and pausing regularly through approaches like supervision, to make sure that what they are bringing to clients actually works.
The tools they use to activate are:
- Bringing it back to Application
- Making sure they use the Five Engagement Levers™
- Cultivating feedback mechanisms
- Building in creative breaks for them
If you are a Creative Toolmaster Coach, what do you notice? If you partner with one, what’s important to note?
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