Change is challenging for most of us. But the most effective leaders continually learn and grow. Former basketball coach and leadership consultant Sean Glaze gives you the path for staying coachable and avoid the complacency that can undermine your influence. If you’re ever frustrated by a personal or professional plateau, this episode’s for you.
0:00 – Welcome to season 9
4:00 – The value of people who can speak truth to you and help you grow
8:00 – What “coachable” means and why it’s important for leaders to model and cultivate
12:20 – How great leaders influence their team-members’ desire to change
14:46 – Why you don’t have to be bad to get better
16:38 – Giving yourself and your team permission to improve
20:10 – The four ceilings that self-limit our growth
21:47 – The challenge of comfort and the opportunity of mountain tops
23:02 – Why you need to include rest and restoration in your drive to improve and grow
27:55 – A defining question: Who are you trying to impress?
31:43 – The four critical questions for staying coachable, coaching yourself, and others
32:00 – What do you want?
33:00 – Where are you now?
36:00 – What needs to change? Weaknesses to address?
37:56 – What will you do differently?
39:04 – Dealing with the gift of unhelpful feedback
48:10 – Get started with a look in the mirror.