Small steps lead to big changes
At VFM, we often encourage people to take “shuffle steps towards transformation” – small, consistent steps toward desired outcomes. This typically shows up when the people we coach set and achieve daily, weekly, and monthly goals. The coaching approach to spiritual vitality becomes transformative when other paid and volunteer staff also begin setting goals (usually 30-day) that are REVIEWED regularly. Leaders are encouraged to REFLECT on what we’re learning in the process of setting and achieving goals, leading to even better results in the future. As leaders REFOCUS their efforts on new goals, the coach helps people identify what RESOURCES are needed to achieve their goals along with identifying where these resources will come from.
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