Recently, Petra Coach hosted a Coaches’ Corner – a 1-hour session of live Q&A – with Certified Petra Coaches and Accountability Coaches Chip Gallent, Mark Comiso and Katherine Foster.
You can find the full recording here.
To augment the recording, below is a brief recap of questions and answers from the session.
“You cannot have courage without vulnerability” – Brene Brown
Yes – They become learned habits that form over time. It is up to the person whether or not they want to become that way & you have to practice it. You have to have courage in the beginning in order to get over that threshold to becoming vulnerable.
You’re opening yourself up to others for judgement and nobody wants rejection. We strive for perfection and approval and opening yourself up to let people see your mistakes is scary.
Criticism is telling someone how they did something wrong
Feedback is telling how someone can do better – Feedback engages the learning side of the mind
The Adult Agreement: Circle what you do well and identify what you could be doing better
Wheel of Life: Look at the different areas of your life and plot out where you’re doing well and where you can improve
Don’t look at the immediacy of where you are – Find a way to think about yourself in 5 or 10 years from now and what you want that version of you to be. Then the road to getting there becomes much simpler to see.
Mini Habits – Change is more about how we bring on new habits
If you can get to a place where you’re giving feedback and not criticism, you get people who are excited to come to work and excited for opportunity – your turnover rate goes down.
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