Role of Coaching
|SEED guides leadership teams to leverage their strengths and become "planful." Becoming planful involves gaining capacity as an organization to integrate visioning, innovation, strategic planning and assessment as elements of ongoing collaboration and work flow.
We offer coaching to make sure that leaders can sustain planful practices.
Our approach to coaching is designed to spark transformational learning. Transformational learning typically translates to discovering more of your strengths, seeing new possibilities, and drawing on the strengths and resources of more contributors.
SEED's streamlined planning practices:
With repeated annual use of SEED's framework (and coaching as needed until new habits take root), planfulness becomes institutionalized. Participants communicate and coordinate action more effectively. Public messages, communications and annual reports reflect a more distinctive identity and purpose. Daily work becomes tied to a five-year vision and resonates with the organizationís enduring values. Big dreams blossom.
- have proven useful for teams addressing virtually any mission or strategic challenge
- have been commended for being "on target" by capacity-building specialists, foundation and government sponsors, and veteran program managers
- receive overwhelmingly positive testimony from participants
- experience high rates of returning customers
- consistently produce considerable added value
- offer low cost and modest time commitment
- make visioning, innovation, planning and assessment ongoing elements of lively collaboration that everyone enjoys and appreciates.
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"There was a lot to do coming out of our annual staff retreat. That could have been overwhelming. But breaking it up like this over six months made it a lot more doable. It was a learning process about how something can evolve when you stay on it. We learned how to be intentional about building it slowly. I learned how to set goals in a different way."
Policy Advocacy & Research Department, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
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