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Coaching for High Performance

Coaching is a vital element in Agile Transformations. It enables individuals and teams to identify the right goals and empowers them towards sustainable goal achievement.
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The Power of Coaching

Sigmund Fraud once said “change, even positive change, can be anxiety inducing. Because we are leaving something familiar behind in order to embark on something new.” The same applies to organisational change, even positive change such as an agile transformation. While we can implement new processes and better ways of doing things, its people need to embark on that journey of change. This can be a difficult and challenging experience for many folks, and that is where powerful coaching comes in.

‘Coaching’ in the context of agile transformations is synonymous with the role of ‘Agile Coach’. This is a vital role in agile organisations particularly in the area of training, mentoring and advising. There is also a nod to coaching psychology in this role through focus on a person centred approach to coaching as seen in agile concepts around self organising teams, teams as their own expert on themselves, and the use of powering questioning and active listening to help the team find their own solutions. However Coaching as an approach to highly effective learning and change outcomes in adults is far deeper and more powerful as part of organisation change.

At Myndful, we recognise this and employ our coaches as change agents within the organisation. When coaching, our aim is to enable clients to benefit their organisations and themselves by becoming better leaders, managers and team members. This involves learning and change.

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Case Studies

Find great tools and ideas to support your agile transformation
January 11, 2018
Coaching to reduce anxiety in the workplace
Anxiety is all around us and very much a part of normal life. In the early days of human evolution, our fight, flight or freeze mechanisms were vital to protect us from the many predators that we shared our lives with. Today's world we are much safer generally, however these mechanisms are still important in terms or understanding the level of danger a situation may present and reacting with the necessary speed when necessary. It is also vital to motivate us into action e.g. studying for exams, preparing for important meetings etc. However the sheer power and strength of this prehistoric safety mechanism can be an overwhelming force in our lives.
January 10, 2018
Group coaching in Organisations
Every company is a group - sometimes a very large one - organised by being broken down into smaller groups. As coaches we may work with teams, or with specially created learning groups, in which learning is multiplied as people learn from each other's dilemmas as well as their own. Over time, these experiences can develop flexibility and interpersonal skills to a high degree. In this way groups can make a tangible contribution to business advantage, but equally importantly, influence the intangibles that underlie long term business health and prosperity.
January 10, 2018
Our thoughts and beliefs are both knowable and accessible
Between an external stimulus (e.g. being criticised) and an emotional response to it (e.g. anger) lie a person's thoughts about this event. Eliciting these thoughts helps the person to understand why they reacted to the evert in the way that they did. This is called 'tapping the internal communications' and states that people can be trained 'to focus on their introspections (examining one's thoughts) in various situations.
January 9, 2018
The Mindful Minute
None of us is so busy that we can't spare a minute from time to time. Literally, one minute. Just one. When you're waiting for the train in the morning, or waiting for the bus; when you arrive at your desk or you're waiting for your computer to boot...Just one single minute.
January 9, 2018
Letter to my 16-year-old self
Writing this letter to you, I imagine an extraordinary occurrence. Somehow our parallel universes have collided. For one hour only, I am coaching you through the fog towards a goal of your choosing. This letter is a playback of that golden hour.
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