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 Coaches Compass Tool Kit

 

The Five Critical Conversations

Using Growing Leaders’ research-based program, Habitudes, you’ll get access to five Habitudes:

  • Conversation #1: Pop Quiz
  • Conversation #2: Drivers or Passengers
  • Conversation #3: Fountains or Drains
  • Conversation #4: Emotional Fuel
  • Conversation #5: Hosts and Guests

Conversation #1: Pop Quiz

All people and leaders, experience tests as they mature. These tests range from motive checks to authority tests, to integrity checks. They reveal an individual's potential and maturity and are a pathway to progress.

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Conversation #2: Drivers or Passengers

When life goes bad, people tend to blame someone else for the problem. They act like passengers. But elite performers are emotionally secure enough to recognize that even when things are hard, the only one in the driver’s seat of their life is themselves. Thus, they take ownership over achieving their goals and reaching the destination despite the challenges that stand in their way.

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Conversation #3: Fountains or Drains

People are usually a fountain or a drain — they flow and overflow onto others, or they just drain people of their energy. They either refresh the life in others, or they dry it up. Driven by gratitude and perspective, the elite performer chooses to be a leader who focuses on empowering people rather than exploiting them.

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Conversation #4: Emotional Fuel

A person’s future is shaped by the people closest to him or her. A personal network is their emotional fuel: models, heroes, mentors, inner circle, and accountability partners. In a season of isolation, emotional fuel is more critical than before because your at risk to get stuck on “E”.

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Conversation #5: Hosts & Guests

Elite performers and influencers take the initiative in relationships. They are intentional about them. They see themselves as hosts, not guests, and they go out of their way to connect with people and provide for them.

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