I have written articles, pondered with colleagues and played with a lot of people to look at how we can support businesses to play with rules of the game, and enable them to find ways of playing their own game. What I aim to do when working with a business is to raise their game- and in order to this people have to be fired up, confident and passionate about what they do.
Lately I have set homework after a session to get those businesses to write a manifesto. A manifesto is a public statement of views and intentions to get everyone moving and taking action. Just like a great game, a manifesto should get the heart beating and make everyone want to jump on board and join the adventure.
I am hoping to receive some of these soon, and as I do I will be posting them on the In Movement community. One of the most challenging parts of writing a manifesto is the fact that this is a public document- it is written to be shared, and this often gets in the way of people writing them.
After a coffee with a friend and colleague of mine we set ourselves a deadline to get ours done. I have had mine in various forms, since I started In Movement- but never made it public.
So here goes, click the link to download…
You can read Ian Pettigrews, from Kingfisher Coaching here- Kingfisher Coaching Manifesto
You should be able to see more arriving on the In Movement community shortly, and here are some other places that you can read about writing yours, including an article that I have just had published on trainingzone.co.uk…
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