QUALITY OF LIFE COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 7 * Eat the

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COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE #7
“Eat the Frog”
Objectives:
#1-Participants will be introduced to the concept of “Eat
the Frog”
#2-Participants will share examples of when “Eat the
Frog” would be of value in helping their organization
or a person they serve to thrive.
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COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE #7
“Eat the Frog”
Objectives:
#1-Participants will be introduced to the concept of
being Comfortable with the Uncomfortable known as
“Eat the Frog”
To be effective professionals who make a difference for
the people we serve, we must be intentional in our
thinking & actions.
A key decision is to learn to be Comfortable with the
Uncomfortable.
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Coach Learning Experience # 7
“Eat the Frog”
Being Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
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Coach Learning Experience # 7
“Eat the Frog”
Being Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
 Being able to grow & become effective is all part of being
in the Stretch Zone.
 Being able to become Comfortable with Uncomfortable
situations is a key to growth.
 One way to learn to become Comfortable with the
Uncomfortable is learning to “Eat the Frog”
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Coach Learning Experience # 7
“Eat the Frog”
 Deal with issues /concerns up front
 Don’t let the negative and oppositional person( Black
Hat) gain momentum and destroy what is possible
 Don’t let the Red Hat intimidate you
 Negative cultures & people problems will be well
nourished and grow if not dealt with right away
 To create success, eat the frog early before it becomes a
40 pounder
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Coach Learning Experience # 7
“Eat the Frog”
 Deal with issues /concerns up front
 Don’t let the negative and oppositional person gain
momentum and destroy what is possible
 Negative cultures & people problems will be well
nourished and grow if not dealt with right away
 To create success, eat the frog early before it becomes a
40 pounder
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Coach Learning Experience # 3
“Eat the Frog”
Being Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
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COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE #7
“Eat the Frog”
Objectives:
#2-Participants will share a few examples of when “Eat
the Frog” would be of value in helping their
organization or a person they serve to thrive.
Group discussion of their examples
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COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE #7
“Eat the Frog
Areas that typically require “Eating the Frog”
 Red, White, Black Hat employees & supervisors
 Traditional Behavior Management approach
 Using a deficit or problem focused approach
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“ Eat the Frog”
Using A Floodlight Approach
 Begin planning & problem solving meetings with intentional
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conversations about self-assessing ourselves & our service
delivery culture
Begin to take a critical look at the contributions that we have
provided that have lead to the success of the people we serve.
Taking a critical look at our actions that have lead to an adverse
impact on quality of life for the people we serve.
Begin to have intentional conversations about Collaboration
among the contributing members of our service delivery system
that will result helping people we mutually serve to have a Good
Life
Plan honest & intentional discussions about organizational &
caregiver contributions and accountability
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