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15 TIPS ON COACHING EXECUTIVES IN BEHAVIORAL CHANGES!!!

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Determine whether the executive is really sincere about wanting to improve themselves or whether they are confidently positioned in their job and like things pretty much the same as they are personally. They may just want coworkers to maybe change but are not interested in changing themselves. Choose to coach executives who truly want to change for the better along with their coworkers and not executives who are in status quo mode themselves and in reality don’t want to change their behavior at all.

Work only with truthful executives with integrity who don’t say one thing but really think and don’t believe that what they are saying is the truth. This untruthfulness can be detected by noting a statement and hearing a contradictory one at a later date. Abandon untruthful clients as soon as possible.

Don’t let a subjective desire to be loved and respected interfere with your hopefully objective helpful approach to coaching. Being overly nice and expecting to be complimented about your helpful suggestions is the wrong kind of anticipation which will interfere with objective businesslike goal(s) achievement.

Keep communication short, brief, or to the point. Executive time is valuable so try not to waste it with needless lengthy peripheral conversation on things which detract from the business goals which you all have in mind.

Remember that executive improvement also means that coworkers working for them must be just as anxious to improve in the team effort and must be permitted the opportunity to improve too. You will be coaching not only the executive but also the key stakeholders or key coworkers who will try to improve along with the executive.

Ask for improvement suggestions from the executive client and key stakeholders and actively involve them as contributing members of the team. You may get some surprisingly good suggestions and make them feel important and noticed as well rather than make them feel ignored in the improvement process.

Prioritize the approximately no more than three important things or behaviors to be changed or improved upon at a time. Start with preferably one thing to improve upon so it is easier for the executive to focus on and give you feedback on progress in the most important behavioral area chosen first.

Get feedback on a regular basis from the executive but keep it brief and to the point with possibly a short check list of questions to be answered every time or modified somewhat each time to fit the hopefully new and improved circumstances.

Feedback from important or key stakeholders or key coworkers should also be obtained on a regular basis.  Demand or expect honest and truthful feedback from them on whether the executive is beginning to show improvement or not and whether they too are improving in some way along with the executive.

Key stakeholders will generally quit if they are punished for trying to improve themselves or their behavior by the executive so be keenly aware of this potential major executive flaw and it should be changed or addressed first if detected during the initial startup with the client coaching relationship.

Don’t repeat or remind the executive and key stakeholders of past mistakes which can’t be changed but be forward looking with an optimistic motivated anticipatory attitude.

Avoid harsh criticism, put downs, ridicule, name calling, insults, sarcasm, cynicism, and being to judgmental. Instead try to maintain a helpful and assisting attitude which makes it clear that you are there for the client’s benefit and are not there to blame or punish the executive client and others for failing or making mistakes.

Get feedback from executives and key stakeholders and don’t be afraid to ask for their opinions on your suggestions and their opinions on behavioral progress or absence of any progress.

Executive and key stakeholders should agree on the behaviors to be changed which will hopefully improve the situation. Feedback from all the key participants should facilitate this agreement on the behaviors to be changed. Feedback from all key participants will monitor if any improvement is actually being achieved towards the desired goals or behavioral changes. Feedback means more listening on your part than trying at all costs to enforce your subjective suggestions with verbosity.

Finally a truly professional executive behavioral coach should have a comprehensive prepared list in order of important priority specifying which behaviors are most and least desirable to have. The list of behaviors should definitely include the undesirable prioritized executive behaviors. This thorough prioritized list should be used as a quick guide to pinpoint behavioral strengths and behavioral deficiencies in running the business. An executive coach can’t consider him or herself to be a true professional unless he or she has a comprehensive ordered list of good and bad behaviors from most to least important to choose from. Absence of this prioritized list of behaviors means that the executive coach is coaching largely impulsively and making suggestions and receiving suggestions inefficiently with little expertise in his or her profession.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT IRRATIONALITY*

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Irrationality: n. not using reason and frequently doing a wrong and/or very deviant ((communication(s) and/or behavior(s)) and/or action(s))

You can communicate irrationally, behave irrationally, and start irrational actions done by a machine and/or robot.

 

Irrational communication frequently starts with too much impulsive relatively random logically unconnected or unusually structured statements and ends by confusing the receiver of the communication(s).

 

Irrational behavior(s) are very deviant from social norms and are subjectively judged by humans to be crazy, very bad, or socially unacceptable and undesirable.

 

What someone judges to be irrational may be totally rational to another human because irrationality is frequently impulsively judged without thinking and if enough accurate rational thought went into the judgment process the conclusion or judgment might be in actuality rational and not irrational.

 

So much human judgment is impulsive about irrationality. Few really stop themselves to think something through logically. Logical reasoning is not the natural state of the human mind so almost all judgments about irrationality are very personally biased and very subjective in nature.

 

Most true logical or reasoned thinking exists when someone takes time out to think in solitude. However, the real truth is that even in solitude humans who are thinking aren’t thinking logically because there is no educational institute of learning which teaches logical thinking and how to make logical correspondences between badly defined words which have vague and inaccurate meanings themselves.

 

Try to think logically which means making accurate correspondences. Use vaguely or badly defined words in your thinking process and the result is confusion. Unless you know the logical definition of the words or concepts which you are thinking about the claim to logical or reasoned thinking is a myth or untrue.

The degree to which logical or reasoned thinking is possible is directly proportional to the accuracy of the words and concepts which you are using.

Think with vague and badly defined words and concepts and you are not being logical or using reason to solve problems which need solutions.

Science has succeeded and excels in logical thinking and reasoning because most of the words used are accurately defined and have been verified experimentally to be true.

The exception is theoretical physics which is limited by unknown, vaguely or even inaccurately defined words and concepts.

Lately resorting to analogies as a means of explaining the mythological theoretical physics concepts is a colossal failure with analogies such as “free lunches” ,”worm holes”, “bubble universes” etc. appearing in theoretical physics explanations of concepts to the gullible public. Prove an analogy? Mission impossible!!!!!!

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CON*

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Con: v. to cleverly and fraudulently persuade but impossible to prove beyond a reasonable doubt before a judge and/or in court unless there is actual (audio and/or visual) evidence of the crime and/or evidence from many reputable witnesses

If you are cleverly and deceptively persuaded to do and/or say something which results in something being stolen from you then you have been coned.

You can be coned in many more ways than some 10 major ones which you can read about in this link-

http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-con-games.php

A con game is really not the right words to use since it is really a con ripoff which results in something being stolen from you and it is frequently money. Coning may be considered an exciting game by the criminals themselves but it is still immoral and criminal behavior.

 

Con artists is frequently used to describe humans who thrive at deceiving others with clever persuasive means and frequently get away with the fraud without getting caught and punished for it.

Some con artists cleverly and deceptively manipulate your affections and get what they want in return resulting in many injured feelings and frequently a maxed out bank account and/or credit cards.

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