Stages of behavior change. Transtheoretical Model of Change, a theoretical model of behavior change was originally explained by Prochaska & DiClemente, 1983. The TTM is a model of intentional change. This model focuses on the decision making of the individual.  source: http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/transtheoretical_model.html

Stages of behavior change. Transtheoretical Model of Change, a theoretical model of behavior change was originally explained by Prochaska & DiClemente, 1983. The TTM is a model of intentional change. This model focuses on the decision making of the individual. source: http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/transtheoretical_model.html

As you can see, many of the core values that businesses and companies have are similar to those that individuals might choose as guiding principles as well. Description from skyrocketyourbusiness.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

As you can see, many of the core values that businesses and companies have are similar to those that individuals might choose as guiding principles as well. Description from skyrocketyourbusiness.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Some questions to help you start understanding & identifing some of your core values

Some questions to help you start understanding & identifing some of your core values

When Chip R. Bell and Marshall Goldsmith released the revised edition of their classic book “Managers as Mentors: Building Partnerships for Learning” in 2013, I interviewed them on this blog. Now that I am learning how to create sketch note, I used this interview on mentoring as a base to create

Sketch Note: The Art of Effective Mentoring

When Chip R. Bell and Marshall Goldsmith released the revised edition of their classic book “Managers as Mentors: Building Partnerships for Learning” in 2013, I interviewed them on this blog. Now that I am learning how to create sketch note, I used this interview on mentoring as a base to create

Got a client who feels stuck? Sometimes all we need is a little push to take action – and get ourselves unstuck! This coaching exercise uses the handy ‘build a bridge’ metaphor to help them see that we don’t always need to be able to see the other side of the bridge before setting off. http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/products/build-a-bridge/

Got a client who feels stuck? Sometimes all we need is a little push to take action – and get ourselves unstuck! This coaching exercise uses the handy ‘build a bridge’ metaphor to help them see that we don’t always need to be able to see the other side of the bridge before setting off. http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/products/build-a-bridge/

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