Recently, Petra Coach presented a webinar, The Self Awareness Workshop: Tools to Bring Self Awareness Into Your Life & Your Organization with Haley Hansel
You can find the full recording below.
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- 90% of people would describe themselves as self-aware, while only 10-15% actually are
Step 1: Building Self Awareness – understanding how we’re showing up
Step 2: Making The Change – how are we going to practice showing up in the way we want to show up so we can actually make a difference
If we don’t understand ourselves, it creates a natural ceiling of how far we can progress
- There is no learning without reflection
- Reflection can be personal or guided (coaching)
- Not all introspection is created equally
- Ask what questions, not why questions – why questions can trap us in the rear-view mirror
- Giving feedback begins with internal reflection
- Feedback is perspective
- Feedback should be given with the intention of helping the recipient grow
- Feedback is a gift when it’s packaged properly
- Identify the situation
- Describe the situation using objective facts
- Share the impact it had on you – how you felt
Your perspective is your perspective, not the truth.
- Progress stems from consistent, quality reps
- Weekly habits allow for consistency & progress without being overwhelming
- Create a recurring time block where you consider reflection topics & script feedback for your team members
- Our ego’s job is to protect us
- We want to understand when and how our ego shows up for us, because it can undermine our ability to effectively reflect & receive feedback
- To see ourselves clearly & grow, we must push past our ego. It isn’t incentivized to help us develop
- Adopting a learner/growth mindset is one of the most fruitful ways to avoid your ego keeping you stagnant
Repeated Deliberate Practice
- Even if we know how we want to show up, it still takes practice & accountability to get there
Creating a Culture of Human Development
- The everyday organizational and interpersonal stresses that we experience offer us an opportunity to grow ourselves and the people around us
- You can change how you show up by operationalizing human development into the day-to-day business.
- Organizations can influence their cultures and enhance team effectiveness by skilling up their people.
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