Self-coaching    Ed Batista    Dec. 6, 2012    www.edbatista.com/self-coaching.htmlPhoto: Seth Anderson
Consider…Why am I here today?What are my goals for this session?
Agenda    Coaching? Self-coaching?    Self-engagement    Goal-setting    Taking action    Assessment    Values & vision   ...
What’s coaching?    NOT consulting, advising or mentoring    Client owns the agenda    Client has the answersPhoto: Seth A...
Self-coaching?    99% of coaching = Self-coaching    91% of engagements < 18 months    High demand, limited resourcesPhoto...
Self-coaching?    NOT a solitary experience    “Coaching team” is key    Augments other forms of supportPhoto: Seth Anderson
Self-engagement    Perspective on ourselves    Practices that support learningPhoto: lian xiaoxiao
Perspective    Work in progress    Open to learning    Carol Dweck: MindsetPhoto: jm3
Carol Dweck: Mindset         Fixed                     Growth Talent & intelligence are   Talent & intelligence can    inh...
Consider…In what ways do I have a fixed mindset?Where could I shift to a growth mindset?
Practices    Reflection    Conversation (“coaching team”)    Documentation (in any form)Photo: Rollan Budi
Consider…What opportunities do I have to reflect?Who could be on my coaching team?How might I document my experience?
Goal-setting    When we are…    Committed    Able    Unconflicted    …goals support performancePhoto: John Trainor
Goal-setting    However…    Goals can diminish motivation & enjoyment    Learning goals may trump performance goals    Thr...
Goal-setting    Effective goals…    Generate feedback    Heighten commitment    Don’t obscure the big picture             ...
Consider…What is a current goal of mine?How could this goal help me get started?How might this goal demotivate me?
Taking action    Resistance & motivation    Nir Eyal: Desire Engine    BJ Fogg: Behavior Model    Principles of changePhot...
Gas or brakes?            Resistance              Motivation         Healthy prudence        Healthy ambition         Trus...
Nir Eyal: Desire Engine             Trigger    Action         External         Internal                       Variable    ...
BJ Fogg: Behavior Model             High   Motivation                   Triggers                                 Work     ...
Principles of change    1. Break down big changes into tiny steps    2. Celebrate small victories    3. Experiment to test...
Consider…What forms of motivation am I feeling?What forms of resistance?What do these models suggest for me?What triggers ...
Assessment    One form of documentation    Data as a trigger    Don’t Break the ChainPhoto: Stephen Heron
Don’t Break the Chain                        Photo: Stephen Heron
Don’t Break the Chain                        Photo: Stephen Heron
Assessment    To track or not to track?    Goals & (de)motivationPhoto: Stephen Heron
Values & vision    Self-coaching is the how    Our values & vision are the why    Developed over timePhoto: Muhamed Muha
Consider…What values are reflected in my goal?What’s my vision for the future?
Self-acceptance    The self-improvement trap    Balance aspiration & acceptancePhoto: Gideon Tsang
Consider…What will I take away from this session?What’s the next step I want to take?When will I do it?
Thank you!    Read more on self-coaching at    www.edbatista.com/self-coaching.htmlPhoto: Seth Anderson
www.edbatista.comPhotos:Slides 1, 4-6 & 31: Lifeguard Chairs by Seth Anderson, www.flickr.com/photos/swanksalot/4215424034...
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Self-Coaching, Dec 2012

  1. 1. Self-coaching Ed Batista Dec. 6, 2012 www.edbatista.com/self-coaching.htmlPhoto: Seth Anderson
  2. 2. Consider…Why am I here today?What are my goals for this session?
  3. 3. Agenda Coaching? Self-coaching? Self-engagement Goal-setting Taking action Assessment Values & vision Self-acceptancePhoto: Theresa Thompson
  4. 4. What’s coaching? NOT consulting, advising or mentoring Client owns the agenda Client has the answersPhoto: Seth Anderson
  5. 5. Self-coaching? 99% of coaching = Self-coaching 91% of engagements < 18 months High demand, limited resourcesPhoto: Seth Anderson
  6. 6. Self-coaching? NOT a solitary experience “Coaching team” is key Augments other forms of supportPhoto: Seth Anderson
  7. 7. Self-engagement Perspective on ourselves Practices that support learningPhoto: lian xiaoxiao
  8. 8. Perspective Work in progress Open to learning Carol Dweck: MindsetPhoto: jm3
  9. 9. Carol Dweck: Mindset Fixed Growth Talent & intelligence are Talent & intelligence can inherent traits be developed Mistakes are failures or Mistakes are learning character flaws opportunities Negative emotional Pay close attention to response to mistakes mistakes & learn morewww.j.mp/dweck99
  10. 10. Consider…In what ways do I have a fixed mindset?Where could I shift to a growth mindset?
  11. 11. Practices Reflection Conversation (“coaching team”) Documentation (in any form)Photo: Rollan Budi
  12. 12. Consider…What opportunities do I have to reflect?Who could be on my coaching team?How might I document my experience?
  13. 13. Goal-setting When we are… Committed Able Unconflicted …goals support performancePhoto: John Trainor
  14. 14. Goal-setting However… Goals can diminish motivation & enjoyment Learning goals may trump performance goals Threatening goals are counter-productive Photo: John TrainorPhoto: John Trainor
  15. 15. Goal-setting Effective goals… Generate feedback Heighten commitment Don’t obscure the big picture Photo: John TrainorPhoto: John Trainor
  16. 16. Consider…What is a current goal of mine?How could this goal help me get started?How might this goal demotivate me?
  17. 17. Taking action Resistance & motivation Nir Eyal: Desire Engine BJ Fogg: Behavior Model Principles of changePhoto: Christian Senger
  18. 18. Gas or brakes? Resistance Motivation Healthy prudence Healthy ambition Trusted intuition Aspirational goalsUseful Satisfaction with Drive to overcome the present obstacles Need for rest or calm Determined “grit” Lethargy or inertia Unchecked drives Lack of confidence Unchallenged Not or resilience beliefs (I must…) Excessive caution Compulsions or risk-aversion Social pressure
  19. 19. Nir Eyal: Desire Engine Trigger Action External Internal Variable Commitment Rewardwww.j.mp/nireyal2
  20. 20. BJ Fogg: Behavior Model High Motivation Triggers Work Triggers Activation Low Fail Threshold Low Ability Highwww.behaviormodel.org
  21. 21. Principles of change 1. Break down big changes into tiny steps 2. Celebrate small victories 3. Experiment to test assumptions 4. Build skills through parallel processes 5. Start small & scale upPhoto: bhav.bhav
  22. 22. Consider…What forms of motivation am I feeling?What forms of resistance?What do these models suggest for me?What triggers might be useful?What change principles could I apply?
  23. 23. Assessment One form of documentation Data as a trigger Don’t Break the ChainPhoto: Stephen Heron
  24. 24. Don’t Break the Chain Photo: Stephen Heron
  25. 25. Don’t Break the Chain Photo: Stephen Heron
  26. 26. Assessment To track or not to track? Goals & (de)motivationPhoto: Stephen Heron
  27. 27. Values & vision Self-coaching is the how Our values & vision are the why Developed over timePhoto: Muhamed Muha
  28. 28. Consider…What values are reflected in my goal?What’s my vision for the future?
  29. 29. Self-acceptance The self-improvement trap Balance aspiration & acceptancePhoto: Gideon Tsang
  30. 30. Consider…What will I take away from this session?What’s the next step I want to take?When will I do it?
  31. 31. Thank you! Read more on self-coaching at www.edbatista.com/self-coaching.htmlPhoto: Seth Anderson
  32. 32. www.edbatista.comPhotos:Slides 1, 4-6 & 31: Lifeguard Chairs by Seth Anderson, www.flickr.com/photos/swanksalot/4215424034/Slide 3: Compass (Agenda) by Theresa Thompson, www.flickr.com/photos/theresasthompson/7163227255/Slide 7: Mirror Image (Self-engagement) by lian xiaoxiao, www.flickr.com/photos/lanx/204766223/Slide 8: Traffic Cones (Perspective) by jm3, www.flickr.com/photos/jm3/2644059971/in/photostream/Slide 11: Golf Swing (Practices) by Rollan Budi, www.flickr.com/photos/rollanb/2972392183/Slides 13-15: Archer (Goal-setting) by John Trainor, www.flickr.com/photos/trainor/2902023575/Slide 17: Barber (Taking action) by Christian Senger, www.flickr.com/photos/30928442@N08/7120592995/Slide 21: Tram Lights (Principles of change) by bhav.bhav, www.flickr.com/photos/bhavbhav/2373855409/Slides 23 & 26: Chain (Assessment) by Stephen Heron, www.flickr.com/photos/sbh/3940566486/Slide 27: Photographer (Values & vision) by Muhamed Muha, www.flickr.com/photos/muha/1016691310/Slide 29: Hug (Self-acceptance) by Gideon Tsang, www.flickr.com/photos/gideon/436065491/
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