Your team gets better when you slightly reframe a shared challenge. The challenges do not go away, and you find different perspectives to make progress.
A client who was using the SOLVED solution-focused cards called me and had some questions. He was not sure how to use the cards in coaching himself through a challenge. That presented an opportunity for us to use the SOLVED coaching process and see what happens. The image above is the six SOLVED questions he randomly … Continued
Finding what works to amplify Often on Sunday, I am a little overwhelmed with the weekend, and the work week starts. While going through my plans I felt a bit stuck, do you ever think that way? Testing the SOLVED Cards process and enjoying the tangible feeling of coaching questions cards, I pulled these 6 … Continued
Recently someone asked me what theories or concepts are the foundations of my work. This made me think, and slightly concerned. I do not enjoy being too deeply enamored with an organization development, leadership, or team development theory because that may blind me to other and better ideas that I have not yet discovered, and … Continued
Part of sense-making is removing the perceived expert from your work and placing you, the expert, at the periphery of your work.
Leadership and Team Coaching sound nice until you have to put it into practice. I’ve developed a team and leadership coaching process called SOLVED.