inviteCHANGE Blog

Welcome! We are a community of coach practitioners with all levels of experience who share the same passion for coaching and how it improves the world. We hope our blog series provide you with deeper insights into our work and who we are. With each post, you may click on the the author’s name for profile and contact information. We will also have guest bloggers from the coaching industry and from industries served by coaches to provide you with additional perspectives and insights.

Keep on the lookout for upcoming posts from our team ~ if you have any comments or are interested in guest blogging, please drop us a line at blog@invitechange.com. And thank you for joining us!

Posts in Category: Leadership

Leadership - Travel slow to go farther

by Sarah Graves, PCC | March 28, 2018

Committees, volunteer boards and group work were activities to avoid for years. It always looked as if no one could make a decision and nothing was getting done. It looked slow and ineffectual. Moving at rocket speed was my preference, which occasionally created false starts for me and my staff, yet there was plenty of success to point to and a decisive, pro-active attitude and track record that garnered desired promotions and leadership opportunities.

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Drive Disruption or Be Outpaced

by Janet Harvey, MCC | March 12, 2018

Innovation is both an essential and messy disruptive for corporations. CEO surveys consistently site innovation as a top need to improve performance and sustain competitive advantage. However, innovation is often confused with invention and continuous improvement. Ultimately, the desire in corporations is that the status quo be disrupted so that the workforce is doing something different and useful. That is innovation. Continuous improvement is doing the same thing better and invention is creating a new idea or method. Masterful professional coaching by leaders inside of corporations is an innovation. Engaging employees at every level through the mindset and skill set of professional coaching causes individuals and teams to renew and restore. Application of coaching in everyday workplace conversation demands a thoughtful appreciation and awareness for the sources of disruption that generate innovation for people, including ourselves as leaders.

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