As you know, I have been writing this week about how Ignite CSP is moving forward with our commitment to antiracism and Black Lives Matter.
I’m linking some past posts here that have been good reminders for me about intention and listening.
I would love to hear from you.
How are you experiencing this historical time, specifically in terms of antiracism and Black Lives Matter?
What do you wish you were seeing more or less of? What do I need to know, to think about, read, or learn?
Practice is the least interesting part of most skill-building, but it is crucial. Today I am reminding myself that change is not possible except through practice. And engaging in practice means that I will make mistakes, I will fail, and I will learn.
This is the three-part process that Ignite CSP uses in every coaching engagement, every workshop. It’s the foundation of our work, and as coaches we apply it in our lives daily. Over the last week I have been thinking hard about how this framework can instruct Ignite CSP in taking our work forward in a specifically antiracist direction.
This may also be a good time for the reminder that not all meetings have to be on Zoom. 🙂
This is a uniquely fascinating time to be a person who thinks a lot about how we communicate. The most basic unit of communication, one person speaking to another face to face, has been disrupted—now we speak over video and text and email and phone, but almost never face to face. And of course all those alternative platforms give us new and interesting ways to miscommunicate!