On a daily basis, you bear the full responsibility for the strategic implementation of company objectives.
As a leader, you moderate the work of your key players laterally and hierarchically.
Moderate the “inner team” of your own personality too! After all, how you deal with yourself also influences the way you deal with others.
Together with your coach, you will work out and determine your positioning. Together you will look for themes that make sense for you and also help the company. These describe one’s own USP – but also one’s own desires.
This determination of positioning is an essential part of the Agile Approach. Your existing “mode of being” is not reinforced – rather, your coach looks with you at exactly those places where, up until now, you have perhaps not been appreciative enough with yourself. The coach wants to bring the coachee onto an equal footing with him.
Only those who respect and appreciate themselves with agility and self responsibility can also do this with others. However, for this, a fundamental, agile assessment of the appreciation that one is ready to give to oneself is needed. Burnout or similar symptoms can be good indications of a need to improve one’s behaviour with oneself. Such symptoms contradict the agile mindset.