Step 1 Get your own coach and get in to the coaching mind-set
We all come out of leadership development programmes full of hope and energy for the future.
If you don't have a coach to take you forward then get one.
Make sure that you choose a coach that meets the needs of the next stage of your development.
The same coach wont take you through each step. Make sure that you have a coach that can support your needs at the time.
Step 2. Learn the process of reflection and make it a habit.
Mastering self-reflection against your expectation, industry business models and leadership coaching models is key.
Learn to look at yourself objectively and identify areas for development.
Step 3. Learn to be your own coach.
Once you have mastered identifying areas for development identify those areas that you can develop through self coaching.
Self-coaching need not be done on it's own. There are plenty of guidance, coaching exercises and coaching models about.
Step 4. Understand when self coaching is not enough.
For those areas where you feel that self-coaching is not appropriate then choose a way forwards.
Whether you make a decision early to go outside self-coaching or find that you are struggling. Be honest with yourself and take the step. Don't get stuck.
Step 5. Decide on the learning approach that suits you best in order to meet your situational development needs.
Some areas for further project management development are
...and many more
Organizations must learn to self develop and as individuals we must learn to take education and training into our own hands.
Feb 27, 16 04:29 PM
Quotes - to provoke personal thought
Feb 01, 16 02:43 PM
Project Management Development is more that a leadership programme | If you believe you are done then think again!
Jan 26, 16 10:11 AM
A description of our project coaching approach - an overview of our coaching life cycle