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kim@barefootcoaching.co.uk
@barefootcoaches
the coach’s casebook:
a supervision session
aims
for today
DISCUSS CONSIDER ACQUIRE
the twelve traits
addressed in The
Coach’s Casebook
how these traits can
impact on...
perfectionismpeoplepleasing
ostrich
syndrome
goingtoexcess
impostor syndrome
coping with loss
searching for fulfilment
dri...
why I wrote
the coach’s casebook
1. To overcome a cocktail of:
PEOPLE PLEASING
PROCRASTINATION
IMPOSTOR SYNDROME
PERFECTIO...
2. To address frequently presenting
issues in my coaching practice:
“Which models to use when and with
what/whom?”
“How do...
“THE DESIRABLE MIDDLE BETWEEN TWO
EXTREMES, ONE OF EXCESS AND THE OTHER
OF DEFICIENCY.”
ARISTOTLE
The idea that we have a range of behaviours available to us and that we just
need to bring them into balance is less stigm...
“WE ARE ALL ORDINARY. WE ARE ALL BORING.
WE ARE ALL SPECTACULAR.
WE ARE ALL SHY. WE ARE ALL BOLD.
WE ARE ALL HEROES.
WE AR...
when the
twelve traits
derail us
favourite
coach de-railers
PEOPLE PLEASING
PERFECTIONISM
COPING WITH LOSS
IMPOSTOR SYNDROME
performance hindering
behaviours
INABILITY TO DELEGATE / PRIORITIZE
OVER EAGERNESS TO PLEASE
POOR JUDGEMENT
REACTIVE NOT P...
to please
is a disease
Constantly suppressing own needs
Never angry - always agreeing
Constantly serving others
Avoiding c...
perfectionism:
a double-edged sword
Unrelenting standards
Never satisfied
Self- oriented
Other- oriented/social oriented
D...
BEGINNINGS
ASSUMPTIONS
LIFE STORY
ALTERNATIVES
NEW BEHAVIOURS
COMMITMENT
EVIDENCE
“THE KEY TO KEEPING YOUR BALANCE
IS KNOWING WHEN YOU’VE LOST IT.”
KIM MORGAN
kim@barefootcoaching.co.uk
@barefootcoaches
available now
on amazon.co.uk
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The Coach's Casebook: Mastering the Twelve Traits that Trap Us

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Unharnessed, our strengths can become our weaknesses. Our best traits can become our traps. Kim Morgan’s recently published book, The Coach’s Casebook, explores the twelve common traits that can derail clients and limit their potential. Unsurprisingly, these are also the traits that can derail coaches in their work. This presentation, originally given at a Coaching Connections meeting in September 2015, addresses these traits through a coaching supervision lens.

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The Coach's Casebook: Mastering the Twelve Traits that Trap Us

  1. 1. KIM MORGAN kim@barefootcoaching.co.uk @barefootcoaches the coach’s casebook: a supervision session
  2. 2. aims for today DISCUSS CONSIDER ACQUIRE the twelve traits addressed in The Coach’s Casebook how these traits can impact on your coaching clients and on your coaching practice a coaching framework to bring these traits back into balance
  3. 3. perfectionismpeoplepleasing ostrich syndrome goingtoexcess impostor syndrome coping with loss searching for fulfilment driven by fear fierce independence cynicism performance anxiety procrastination
  4. 4. why I wrote the coach’s casebook 1. To overcome a cocktail of: PEOPLE PLEASING PROCRASTINATION IMPOSTOR SYNDROME PERFECTIONISM
  5. 5. 2. To address frequently presenting issues in my coaching practice: “Which models to use when and with what/whom?” “How do I explain coaching to buyers?” Normalisation works! Who we are is how we coach
  6. 6. “THE DESIRABLE MIDDLE BETWEEN TWO EXTREMES, ONE OF EXCESS AND THE OTHER OF DEFICIENCY.” ARISTOTLE
  7. 7. The idea that we have a range of behaviours available to us and that we just need to bring them into balance is less stigmatising than many existing diagnostics.
  8. 8. “WE ARE ALL ORDINARY. WE ARE ALL BORING. WE ARE ALL SPECTACULAR. WE ARE ALL SHY. WE ARE ALL BOLD. WE ARE ALL HEROES. WE ARE ALL HELPLESS. IT JUST DEPENDS ON THE DAY.” BRAD MELTZER
  9. 9. when the twelve traits derail us
  10. 10. favourite coach de-railers PEOPLE PLEASING PERFECTIONISM COPING WITH LOSS IMPOSTOR SYNDROME
  11. 11. performance hindering behaviours INABILITY TO DELEGATE / PRIORITIZE OVER EAGERNESS TO PLEASE POOR JUDGEMENT REACTIVE NOT PROACTIVE OVERRIDING CHARACTER FLAW PERFECTIONISM LOW SELF-ESTEEM
  12. 12. to please is a disease Constantly suppressing own needs Never angry - always agreeing Constantly serving others Avoiding conflict Confused boundaries Don’t know own mind EXHAUSTION STRESS NO TIME LOSS OF SELF DAMAGE TO HEALTH DISHONEST LET OTHERS DOWN TARGET OF MANIPULATION
  13. 13. perfectionism: a double-edged sword Unrelenting standards Never satisfied Self- oriented Other- oriented/social oriented Defensive when criticized BURNOUT AVOIDANCE / PROCRASTINATION IMPOSTOR SYNDROME CRITICAL OF OTHERS MICRO-MANAGEMENT FEAR OF FAILURE DEPRESSION, SHAME AND GUILT
  14. 14. BEGINNINGS ASSUMPTIONS LIFE STORY ALTERNATIVES NEW BEHAVIOURS COMMITMENT EVIDENCE
  15. 15. “THE KEY TO KEEPING YOUR BALANCE IS KNOWING WHEN YOU’VE LOST IT.”
  16. 16. KIM MORGAN kim@barefootcoaching.co.uk @barefootcoaches available now on amazon.co.uk

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