Hey there, this is Cheryl, certified high performance coach International Keynote speaker and the best-selling author of The 24-Hour Woman: How high achieving stress women manage it all and still find happiness.
In this video I'd like to talk with you a little bit about certified high performance coaching. And specifically, why coaching can be the thing that transforms your life, and in a followup video, why certified high performance coaching is different than other coaching programs.
You and I both know that if you're watching a video like this, you're probably somebody who's got high ambitions in life, you've got a mission, a purpose, a goal or an aim, you want to do great things you want to experience a great quality of life. You want to be you know fully charged each day you want to you want to feel alive, you want to feel like you're creative, like you're connecting with our people, like you're contributing. You want to have that full range of of joy and vibrancy...
2020 has been quite an exciting ride, hasn't it? In the last 10 weeks we saw more telecommuting or work from home arrangements than we have ever had before.
Suddenly work for home is possible.
However, one of the things that we have noticed as we work with our clients as as they send their talent pool back home to work from home in a hurry, there were many, many things that we realised now that we need to go back and take a look at.
One of the first things that we did know our clients did was they simply worked in double quick time to give access and equipments and sent the staff off to work from home.We know from our years of practice of advising organisations on flexibility on remote work and tele work that the most important thing, actually, besides the technology is the human interface, the human pieces.
I want to share with you three key areas of focus for individuals to be successful in telecommute or remote working. Yes there are parts where...
I have been advocating that work flexibility be an integral part of any leader's strategy for talent management as a Contemporary Leader.
In this season where we hear a lot of organisations going into virtual remote work, and I thought I would just share a couple of thoughts, because I have done this work with my clients for the last 10 years around flexibility, around remote work, and around telecommuting. Sharing with you what worked and still works and what doesn't work, and perhaps bust some myths that you might have.
The first thing is issuing notebooks, giving your staff permission to go by monitors, and giving them VPN access is not remote work in action. It is a start, because without that structurally is not possible to remote work or telecommute at all.
Three key things that you need to look at right now if you are practising remote work, or having to practise remote work in the near future.
As leaders and implementers of flexibility,...
Taking advantage of the season, I invited some of my clients to an annual celebration of the Lunar New Year and have them experience for themselves what it is about and up their appetite for curiosity. Here they are, enjoying the festive-spirited lion dance
Why is curiosity so important?
1. It makes your mind active instead of passive.
Curious people always ask questions and search for answers in their minds. Their minds are always active. Since the mind is like a muscle which becomes stronger through continual exercise, the mental exercise caused by curiosity makes your mind stronger and stronger.It makes your mind observant of new ideas. How things work – learn the culture context and how to navigate it from that lens.
2, When you are curious about something, your mind expects and anticipates new ideas related to it. When the ideas come they will soon be recognized. It opens up new worlds and possibilities. If we suspend any judgments and allow that...