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Otto Scharmer

Otto Scharmer

Home - The Performance Coach - Performance Coaching, Leadership Development, Team Coaching, Team Development, CPD Courses free online learning for careers, work, management, business training and education: find materials, articles, ideas, people and providers for teaching, career training, self-help, ethical business education and leadership; for personal, career and organi Five Reasons to Get Coached - The Translucent View Last week, I wrote to you about my friend Jonathan Robinson and his powerful statement to me on the phone, “it is easier to be a teacher than a student.” We got a lot of interesting comments and email about that, and this week I want to jam on the same theme a little more, and talk about the art of being able to receive support in your life. It is hard to believe that, a little more than 20 years ago, coaching only existed in the world of sports. Back in the 80′s, you could find a tennis coach, a swimming coach, a basketball coach, but that was it. These days, everybody is a coach. You name it, coaching has been developed for every area of life you could think of. But let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water. #1 Overcome the single greatest obstacle. Suzi April(rt), one of our Certified Coaches Distraction. #2 You know what to do. Most coaching rests solidly on the assumption that you know what to do, even if you don’t remember to do it. That’s everybody’s story. All the best,

Theory U Introduction Theory U proposes that the quality of the results that we create in any kind of social system is a function of the quality of awareness, attention, or consciousness that the participants in the system operate from. Since it emerged around 2006, Theory U has come to be understood in three primary ways: first as a framework; second, as a method for leading profound change; and third, as a way of being - connecting to the more authentic of higher aspects of our self. Shifting the Inner Place from Which We Operate During an interview, Bill O’Brien, the late CEO of Hanover Insurance, summarized his most important insights from leading transformational change in his own company. O’Brien said: “The success of an intervention depends on the interior condition of the intervener.” When Otto first heard Bill O’Brien say that he thought, “What do I really know about this inner place? Fig. 1: The Blind Spot of Leadership Leading From the Emerging Future

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