Key Themes of Quadrant 1

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_ Quadrant 1 is the space for enhancing personal effectiveness.

Personal effectiveness is the ability to make and execute good

choices regarding the management and focus of one’s time and

energy. Quadrant 1 lays the foundation for the Leading with

Insight model. Donna had set much more aggressive coaching

goals for herself than just improving her personal effectiveness,

but she needed to create a stronger focus for her time and

energy as a foundation for achieving her goals. As long as

Donna is racing around at breakneck speed, she will derive little

value from coaching and will not be able to progress her coaching

work effectively to the other quadrants.

_ Reflective insight is enhanced in Quadrant 1. As clients enter into

coaching, one of the most effective tools for opening the client

to both the need for and the possibility of change is awareness.

Until Donna’s coach asked her to notice the things that contributed

to her stress, Donna was unaware of how her habits

of multitasking and overscheduling were affecting her and her

team. By reflecting on her choices, Donna became motivated

to take new approaches to organizing her time and getting her

work done. Quadrant 1 illuminates the habits that are not

working and works on finding more effective solutions.

_ Physical centeredness opens the door to Quadrant 2. In order to

move to Quadrant 2, clients must be able to calm their minds

and bodies from time to time in order to be able to reflect and

make choices. Without this fundamental piece of personal

development, clients will not find their focus and will not be

able to progress their development any further. Let’s return to

Donna and see how being more focused and physically centered

has affected her and her team.