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The paradox of productivity is: In order to be a better, more productive leader, you must take time to quiet your mind and be still.
It may not be possible to develop an authentic commitment to executive coaching through sheer willpower alone. But you can develop a mindset, i.e. new ‘automatic’ cognitive messages, that will help you counter your own resistance to change.
I was recently coaching a leader who had the potential to do great things. I’m sure you know this type of person—smart, quick, articulate and out to prove he is the smartest person in the room. All that was missing was a little thing called emotional intelligence. And that “little” thing was holding him back.
These 11 elements are built on the belief that every coach (every employee and employer, really) has the responsibility to give every assignment their best effort because consistent best effort leads to great performance.
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