Are you facing:
- Underperforming team members
- Team members resisting feedback
- Higher performers who want to get better
- Team members seeking more holistic feedback; they don’t just want to be better performers at work, they want to be better people
Bringing out the best in your people is like training to be a doctor. Most of us can tell when someone is obviously unwell. Most of us can make common-sense suggestions for staying healthy. But a layman’s understanding isn’t enough to address the full range of conditions, or detect underlying causes.
By studying to be a doctor, you acquire finer distinctions and discernment. In the same way, by training as an ontological coach, you learn the tools to help identify deep-seated beliefs and imbalances and get to the root of the problem.
By training as a coach, you gain a language for communicating what you’re seeing in a way that’s direct yet respectful, and oriented towards a solution.
You gain more ways to do more good.
“A leader is one who knows the way, shows the way, and goes the way.” – John C Adams