Hewsons Coaching Methodology
Over the 37 years of the Hewsons’ Story
a unique and proven set of methodologies has been developed which produce sustained behavioural shift
and clear performance results
through powerful leadership capability development
Hewsons' approach is based on four fundamental principles:
1. Behaviour change requires a shift in world view.
People’s point of view shapes their behaviour and their actions and in turn determines the results they produce. Therefore, to achieve a sustained change in performance, there must be a shift in their world view – which can be accomplished using Hewsons’ Worldview Model
2. Unrivalled performance is underpinned by integrity.
A person's ability to express themselves fully and perform at their best is severely weakened when they do things that compromise their own and others’ integrity.
When a person’s integrity is compromised they will experience being impaired by incomplete relationships, conversations and tasks that divert their energy and focus away from effective performance. It's like a black hole that sucks away their strength and power.
When integrity is intact, it creates an incredible lightness, remarkable energy and personal strength that impacts positively on everyone around them.
3. Moving beyond the comfort zone.
One of the main advantages of Hewsons is that their techniques stick,
so you can’t help but apply them in professional and personal aspects of
Phil Renwick, HR General Manager, Boral Plasterboard
We are all constrained within a comfort zone and when shunted outside of it by something new, challenging or unexpected we behave in compulsive, sometimes unconscious, yet often predictable ways to get ourselves back to our comfort zone.
When we do this we not only deal ineffectively with what is in front of us, but we don’t grow and expand our competencies. Hewsons’ Comfort Zone Model
© allows people to clearly identify their comfort boundary and understand and correct the ensuing automatic behaviours.
4. There is no separation between relationships and results.
Committed partnerships are the foundation of outstanding business results and success. And the foundation of committed partnerships is The Law of Mutual Exchange
The Law of Mutual Exchange
© dictates that in order to receive value I need to have my attention on what others value, on what is important to them. The law applies equally to selling to your customers, or managing your people – to receive value, we need to have our attention on them and the things they value.
In working through each of these four principles the learning process revolves, in an ever ascending helix, through the four phases of:
||Becoming aware of blind spots and barriers
||Identifying and accepting the impact of those blind spots and barriers
||Interrupting unconscious and automatic choices with new and effective ones
||Determining appropriate and effective actions inside those new choices
The cycle maintains and expands a person’s level of integrity.
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