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This week, Steve is joined by psychotherapist and executive coach David Zeitler. David explains his process for coaching as he learned under Robert Kegan. We discuss Robert Kegan's framework for adult development, the self-authoring mindset, world-class performance, what makes someone coachable, what makes a good coach, resistance to help, the difference between coaches/mentors/advisors, and finding a coach.
David Zeitler's website:
Zeitler Executive Dynamix
David's book recommendation:
In Over Our Heads, by Robert Kegan
David's recommendation for finding coaches like him:
Minds at Work: Change Leadership Coaching for Immunity to Change
Mental models discussed in this episode:
- Systematic Abandonment
- Feedback Loop
- Investing in Loss
- Incremental Learning
- First Principles
- The Golden Rule
- Respect People, Not Positions
- The 80/20 Rule
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