Blueprint for Change – Launch your Next Life Chapter

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Launch your next life chapter 

I regularly embrace change and encourage you to unleash your next life chapter with the help of this free Change Blueprint. As a serial change maverick I specialise in the art of possibility and change.

Never been able to fit into the proverbial box, I’ve bucked the system more times than I can recall. I am consequently driven by a strong urge to constantly shape the life I want. I thus respond quickly and decisively to new beckonings and now celebrate my serial change warrior side. Casting my view backwards, I see a vibrant winding path with multiple twists and turns. The peaks and troughs meander from Teenage Mom to International CEO. Amongst my  greatest joys are my 4 children. Watching them forging amazing paths in the world ignites awe and joy. Roots and wings have been my key philosophy. In addition to my offspring, I also relish the various careers and multiple passions I’ve served. Fortunately my initial lack of formal education and multiple obstacles did not deter me from regularly reimaging my life.  

If the adage of 10 000 hours qualify one as competent, my 40 000 plus hours of navigating change qualify me! During that time, I have changed life chapters constantly. I have been the CEO driving change management.  I have also initiated significant and frequent personal life changes. I am now quick to recognize the familiar churning, the gentle stirring and emerging vision of new possibility, time to unleash a new life chapter. I lean into the magic a lot easier now and run with it, fear and all. I now have the agility and know how to DO that, I live life my way, on my terms.

  How can we help each other?

As a result of my exciting journey, I am putting together the nuggets of my experience and would love your input.

Are you restless, unfulfilled or ready for the next mountain to climb? If so, what gets in the way and stops you from taking the plunge?

If you feel the call to make a change, start a new chapter, I would love to hear your voice. Please take a moment to answer this question here and you will receive a Free Change Blue Print and regular change nuggets.

 

14th January 2017

Coaching as Organisational Health Barometer

The opportunity to regularly measure the heartbeat and other vitals of your organisation could be right under your nose, with little or no additional cost and benefits that could be life-saving.  To maximise reservoirs of Organisational Development knowledge, host regular feedback sessions with your Coaches and Coach Supervisors.

It is common practice to regularly check our health markers with our General Practitioners, measuring vital signs for good health, or indicators of trouble brewing.

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9th January 2016

Coaching Outcomes

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Today I am reviewing the self reported gains of a coaching assignment from 13 clients. Collectively they noted the following outcomes from only 6 sessions each:
Leadership development
Confidence to lead & communicate
Improved interpersonal skills
Assertiveness
Daily leadership practices
Coaching Space to reflect & find own solutions
Self-awareness
Implementation of goals
Positive results of increased networking
Communication skills
Different perspectives – ‘a change in the way I see things; bigger picture’. ‘I was brought from a small box into the outside’
Progress on work/life balance
Clarity on goals
Being frank and honest about where we are as an organisation
Having someone to listen without judgement
Managing time & prioritising – ‘I see time differently; there is enough time, so understanding what is wasting my time’
Delegation – ‘Working with and through others’
Improved team relationships, both one on one and as a group.

 

24th August 2015

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