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과목:  Formation of a Professional Life Coach

주제:  STEERING YOUR LIFE BY TRUE NORTH

강사: 신현근 박사

내용: 강의안

교재Williams, P. & Menendez, D. S. (2015). Becoming a Professional Life Coach: Lessons from the Institute for Life Coach Training (2nd Ed.). New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company.

 

1.       ALIGNING VALUES, ACTIONS, AND HABITS

1.1.    Introduction

1.1.1.Values function like compass points for us.

1.1.2.Our values serve us in a similar way, guiding us in determining the direction of our life.

1.1.3.When we align with our values, they help us make critical decisions.

1.1.4.They also function as key indicators that we are out of integrity, which is evidenced by our frustration, anger, or feeling off-center.

1.2.    What Do We Mean by Values?

1.2.1.We’ve heard it said that one of the most important things in life is to decide what is most important.

1.2.2.Values are beliefs, qualities, or philosophies that are meaningful to individuals, so much so that they are willing to shape their lives and actions to live by them.

1.2.3.Values are important in coaching because clients’ core values, or personal value systems, lead them to make certain judgments and decisions, which prompt them to take certain actions that lead to certain results.

1.2.4.A value or belief is a trust or conviction— a feeling, idea, or opinion— about a principle, standard, or aspect of life that is considered to be true, desirable, and inherently worthwhile.

1.2.5.Whether or not we are consciously aware of them, every individual has a number of personal values.

1.2.6.Three kinds— or levels— of values

1.2.6.1.              The Superficial “Shoulds”

1.2.6.1.1.                    These are relatively superficial values we hold that come primarily from things we think we should believe, do, or act in accordance with.

1.2.6.1.2.                    These kinds of values, which are frequently unexamined, often have their origin in messages we “swallowed whole” from parents, teachers, our church, or some other authority, usually when we were young.

1.2.6.2.              Chosen Values

1.2.6.2.1.                    These are values we hold and attempt to uphold because they resonate with us personally.

1.2.6.2.2.                    We have selected them as important to fulfill, and we act in accordance with them as consistently as possible.

1.2.6.3.              Core Values

1.2.6.3.1.                     These are the three to five critically important personal values we hold. When we are not living our values consistently, we are likely to feel dissatisfied, depressed, embarrassed, and even ashamed.

1.2.6.3.2.                    It’s impossible to lead a fulfilling life that does not honor or that is out of alignment with our core values. Values create energy toward their fulfillment through action and results.

1.3.    Working With Values Is Critical to Great Coaching

1.3.1.The power of values.

1.3.1.1.              The deepest, most powerful, and most centering force for an individual, business, or society is its values.

1.3.1.2.              When we coach at the level of values, outer circumstances can change 10 times faster and have much more sustained impact than if we merely try to change things on the surface.

1.3.2.Values reflect the highest thoughts.

1.3.2.1.              An individual’s personal values are a reflection of the highest principles of mind and thought, and may even be part of the spiritual domain.

1.3.2.2.              Values release tremendous potential for success, accomplishment, and happiness.

1.3.3. A values-based life is a fulfilled life.

1.3.3.1.              When clients live their life in line with their values, it engenders a sense of well-being, self-respect, and self-esteem.

1.3.3.2.              When they live a life that violates their values, it can lead to confusion, frustration, and depression.

1.3.4.Conscious work on values is critical.

1.3.4.1.              Unless or until clients consciously explore, distinguish, and clearly delineate their personal values or beliefs, it’s impossible to orient and create a personal or professional life around them.

1.3.5.Needs come first.

1.3.5.1.              Clients can’t live their values when they are driven by insufficiently satisfied needs.

1.3.5.2.              Addressing these needs takes precedence and eventually clears the path for clients to focus on and align with their values.

1.4.    Identifying Values

1.4.1.Overview

1.4.1.1.              Coaching clients seek a life that has value— one that satisfies a deep and authentic longing for meaning.

1.4.1.2.              When they align their work and life with their core values, they find the meaning they sought and satisfy the longing.

1.4.1.3.              Once clients have addressed their basic needs, their strongest motivators, and greatest sources of deep meaning and their core values— can become the primary drivers of their life.

1.4.2.Core Values Are Those We Naturally Want to Act On

1.4.2.1.              Core values are those qualities that have intrinsic worth for an individual.

1.4.2.2.              When our behavior is aligned with our most deeply held values, our actions are desirable and worthy of esteem for their own sake.

1.4.2.3.              The coach must suspend judgment about the clients’ values and help the clients identify and articulate their values.

1.4.2.4.              The values then become compass points— the true north— for directing the clients’ life journey and choices.

1.4.3.Knowing and Articulating Values

1.4.3.1.              The real benefit in supporting clients to know and be able to clearly articulate their values is so that they can create more opportunities to honor themselves, increase their satisfaction and sense of meaning and worth, and find fulfillment.

1.4.3.2.              The coaching relationship supports clients to design their time and their life to maximize opportunities to live their values fully.

1.4.4.Identifying Core Values

1.4.4.1.              Most of us have three to five core values that are abiding.

1.4.4.2.              Identifying these core values through a variety of exercises can help clients find inspiration.

 

2.       ARE VALUES DRIVEN BY PLEASUE OR PAIN?

2.1.    A value driven by pleasure tends to increase motivation and joy when living by it.

2.2.    A value driven by avoidance of pain suggests clients are less focused in present time and are directing attention toward the future.

2.2.1.Sometimes this means clients are living lower on the hierarchy of needs that is desirable and fulfilling.

2.2.2.This may indicate additional work is needed so clients can explore what is being avoided.

 

3.       HELPFUL HABITS

3.1.    Our habits are our values in action.

3.1.1.One way to create more fulfillment is to create habits that bring health, joy, and satisfaction.

3.1.2.We suggest client take charge of their schedules instead of being controlled by them.

 

4.       DEVELOPING NEW HABITS

4.1.    Encourage clients to make values, including new values, the cornerstone of their life, contemplating them very deeply and ensuring a value-focused life.

4.2.    Clients who can articulate their values find fulfillment in the integrity of life from the inside and outside.

 
 
 
 
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