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Coaching for Renewal Daniel J Pesut PhD RN PMH CNS –BC FAAN Professor of Nursing and Faculty Fellow Office of Academic Affairs
Leadership Development Series Discuss a strengths and values approach to leadership development Discuss the differences between identity, and reputation through understanding the inside, bright side and dark side of leadership. Examine the role of emotional intelligence as it relates to leadership success. Discuss cycles of change and renewal that foster insight, and action for professional development.
Outcomes Discuss the eco-cycle of change and renewal. Discuss a strengths, values, and renewal based approach to personal leadership development Create a personal renewal leadership development plan based on a strengths, values, and renewal assessment. Reflect on your why- be- do statement. Discuss and reflect stand out strengths that support success. Develop a plan to learn more about personal and professional coaching for renewal.
http://www.coachfederat ion.org/ The ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
T he P atterns of C hange New Goals & Purpose Training & Relearning Uptime Downtime Dreams & Plans Accomplishments
A Life/Work Chapter A Life/Work Transition Outer Journey Inner Journey - External Systems - Thinking - Doing - Accomplishments - Results - Evaluation - Internal Process - Flow - Feelings & Introspection - Being - Renewal
Phase I Go For It - A Period of Stability - purposive - focused & directed - high energy - optimistic - multiple priorities - committed - accomplishing - succeeding Feelings in the phase: Confidence, Courage, Energy, Competitive, Collaborative Results to Accomplish in this phase: Reach Goals, Change & Improve Goals, Enjoy the Success, Receive Financial Rewards, Follow Sense of Purpose, Take New Risks, Use Creativity Useful Activities in this phase: Career training, Networking, Time Management, Pacing, Life Balance, Professional Organizations, Friends Essential Life Skills - Identify the “Dream” - Create the “Plan” - Sustain the “Plateau” - Elicit Support
Phase II Doldrums - A Period of Detachment & Restlessness Essential Life Skills - Develop an exit strategy and choose a route ahead - Mini-transition or Cocooning Feelings in this phase: Sense of Decline Trapped Defeated Mad, Angry Results I want To Accomplish in this phase: Successful Departure for a minitransition Or; Successful Departure for a Life Transition Useful Activities in this phase: Create an Exit Plan Find a New Job Get some Coaching Take a Sabbatical - disenchanted - trapped - angry
Ask These Questions: What do I Let Go Of ? What do I Take On? What do I Move On? What do I Hold On To? The Mini-Transition Restructuring the Current Chapter
Phase III Cocooning - Coming To Terms With Yourself - healing - inner work - introspective - meditative - quiet - spiritual - exploring - reconstructing Results to Accomplish in this phase: Sabbatical At Last! Time to “Grow Me” Solitude Spiritual Renewal New Sense of Purpose New Friends Typical Feelings in this phase: Grief Relief Liberation Fear Useful Activities in this phase: New Training Transition Job Journaling Retreat Time Time w/ Friends Essential Life Skills - Develop and Nurture Myself - Spend Time Alone
- testing - experimenting - taking risks - not committing - networking - piloting new products - creativity Phase IV Getting Ready - A Time For Experimenting Results To Accomplish in this phase: Redefine Sense of Purpose Get Fix on What’s Important Take New Risks Renew Relationships Feelings in this phase: Creativity Trust Fire Love Lightness of Being Useful Activities in this phase: Career Search Adult Ed. Classes Simplify Lifestyle Explore Options Get Advanced Degree Travel Essential Life Skills - Explore - Experiment - Training - Discover
Ecocycle Lessons Change is continuous along the cycle Renewal requires creative destruction Need for crisis -- root word “to sift” Need for firebreaks, don’t burn everything Patch dynamics or balance in your activities are key to long term survival and adaptability Create conditions for renewal & more “births”
BIRTH Entrepreneurial Action Entrepreneur-As-Leader CREATIVE DESTRUCTION Release/Crisis/Confusion Heretic-As-Leader MATURITY Conservation & Routinization Bureaucrat-As-Leader RENEWAL Exploration/Invention /Reorganization Visionary-As-Leader ~ Gathering ~ Sifting Rigidity Trap Not letting go Poverty Trap Not funding innovation What can YOU do right now to move one important element forward in the Ecocycle?
Ecocycle Worksheet Sample Name:. Renewal Mobilization “Sowing” Birth Exploitation “Growing” Maturity Conservation “Harvesting” Creative Destruction “Plowing” Change activity, behavior or program Change activity, behavior or program Change activity, behavior, or program
Values Centered Leadership MASTERY: What must we do well in order to accomplish objectives? What must we LEARN to achieve the necessary MASTERY? CHEMISTRY: To achieve goals, who will be on the team? How will we build Relationships and inspire each other? With whom should we EMPATHIZE? DELIVERY: Whom are we serving? How will we know that we have met their Needs? To whom and how will we LISTEN? *Secretan, Lance (2010). The Spark, the Flame, and the Torch, the Secretan Center, Inc. Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Spark, Flame, Torch What is your destiny statement? Your spark? Passion is drawn to things that excite us –positively and negatively At our core, we all yearn to serve and improve the world www.secretan.com Secretan, Lance ( 2010). The Spark, Flame and the Torch: Inspire Self, Inspire Others. Inspire the World. The Secretan Center, Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Destiny Write down two things that spoil the world for you and that hold the potential to threaten or wound the world and to cause serious global damage if we do not change or reverse them. Now write the opposite of these words. The exact opposite – now craft these terrafixes into a statement that describes how you wish to dedicate your life –what the future holds for you depends on what you hold for the future. Secretan, Lance ( 2010). The Spark, Flame and the Torch: Inspire Self, Inspire Others. Inspire the World. The Secretan Center, Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Character What is your character –how do you want to BE in the world? How do you wish to live your life? What qualities do you want to live by so that they are inspiring beacon and model for others? How do you want to be remembered at the end of your life? How do you hope that others will describe your character? Secretan, Lance ( 2010). The Spark, Flame and the Torch: Inspire Self, Inspire Others. Inspire the World. The Secretan Center, Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Calling The true gifts and skills to which my heart is called are……. The work I do today needs more…….. The livelihood that would best serve my essential self is….. What must I do to ensure the intersection of my talents and passion serves the needs of the world, and thus guides my current path? Secretan, Lance ( 2010). The Spark, Flame and the Torch: Inspire Self, Inspire Others. Inspire the World. The Secretan Center, Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Leaders and Renewal* 1. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work engage in a high level of personal renewal. They make time for activities that make them happy so they have more energy to "show up" to create results and have a positive impact on the organization. 2. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work are extraordinarily resilient. They bounce back from failure and they bounce forward in times of change. 3. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work are optimistic. They face harsh realities and brutal truths but they feel empowered to do something about it. * Reeves, Douglas & Allison, Elle (2009). Renewal Coaching: Sustainable Change for Individuals and Organizations: Jossey Bass, San Francisco, CA.
Leaders and Renewal* 4. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work give a little more than they take. We say they have high levels of "reciprocity.“ 5. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work have cultivated networks of relationships that they inspire toward supporting and sustaining the best work of the organization. These leaders secure and keep "buy in.“ 6. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work make wise and timely decisions. They resist over generalization and are not "in love" with their own data. 7. Leaders who are happy and doing meaningful work are highly resonant. They create positive force fields of emotion and energy that inspire hope, compassion, and action within the organization. These leaders are emotionally intelligent * Reeves, Douglas & Allison, Elle (2009). Renewal Coaching: Sustainable Change for Individuals and Organizations: Jossey Bass, San Francisco, CA.
Renewal Coaching and Assessment http://www.renewalcoaching.com/assessments.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVepntrjhsM
Renewal Assessment Perspectives Vulnerable but Hopeful (high in resonance low in recognition) Wise ( But not Delusional) (high in renewal and high in reality) Foolish and Despairing (low in resilience and low in recognition) Cynical and Angry (high in reality and low in relationship) Low High Insight and Analysis Reeves, Douglas & Allison, Elle (2010). Renewal Coaching Workbook, Jossey Bass, San Francisco, CA.
Renewal Coaching Leadership Model Frustration Excellent insights, low organizational and personal impact not sustainable Renewal Meaningful work, important relationships, and flawless execution Despair Work without meaning or impact, so it takes forever to get very little accomplished Not sustainable Boredom Excellent time and project management but the work has lost its meaning Not sustainable Low High Efficiency and Effectiveness Reeves, Douglas & Allison, Elle (2012). Renewal Coaching: Fieldbook: How Effective Leaders Sustain Meaningful Change, Jossey Bass, San Francisco, CA.
Renewal Choices Choose to engage in personal renewal every day. Choose to bounce forward in the face of loss. Choose to resonate a positive force field of emotional energy. Choose to create networks of support. Choose to initiate cycles of learning –give more than you take. Choose to face harsh realities with optimism and a “can do” attitude. Choose to make wise and timely decisions. Allison, Elle & Reeves, Douglas (2012). Renewal Coaching Field book: How Effective Leaders Sustain Meaningful Change Jossey Bass, Wiley Imprint Book, San Francisco, CA.
Find Your Edge: Know Your Standout Strengths* Your genius is precise You can’t respect what you don’t remember. You must reach beyond your roles Advisor Connector (whom can I connect) Creator Equalizer Influencer Pioneer Provider (Is everyone ok) Stimulator Teacher * Buckingham, Marcus (2011). Standout, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Nashville, TN.
Thought Leader Questions to Activate Renewal Thought Leader Questions to Activate Renewal Find a partner you do not know well. Take turns asking each other the Thought Leader Questions to Activate Renewal from the handout provided.
START – What am I going to start doing as a result of my learning? STOP – What am I going to stop doing as a result of my learning? CONTINUE – What am I going to continue doing as a result of my learning? START, STOP, CONTINUE
Future Pacing What concepts, tools, techniques are most useful? How can the information be used? Why is the information important? Why care about the information?