It’s supportive conversations and confidential relationships that help you see the links between you and other staff, stakeholders and systems you are connected with.
Seeing the interrelationships between all of us.
Seeing the impact of your behaviours on others, on teams and on the organisation.
It’s using that systemic perspective to help you come up with solutions to challenges. #systemiccoaching #coaching #systemic #systemsthinking
Sometimes when at work, we might experience stressful thinking such as: ‘I have to go to this meeting’ or, ‘I have to do this task’. It’s a slightly tough way to think or to motivate ourselves, as it creates inner resentment and stress. Choice-based thinking, like ‘I want to..’ creates freedom and motivation.
- Tip part 1: Experiment shifting your thinking from, ‘I have to do this task’ to, I ‘choose to’ and even, “ I’m willing to …’.
- Try that out for size – don’t force it. Just allow it as a new way of experimental thinking. See what happens to your feelings when you do that. How motivated do you now feel?
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