Unpacking the Paradigm of Coaching with Kylie Butler
Adapting to the New
About this episode
Kylie Butler graces us with her presence in this episode of Tomorrow Pod to discuss her devotion at seeing people grow and flourish in a state of great nuance and integrity. There is much to learn as Kylie shares how coaching helps to strategise improvement and adapting to the changes.
Kylie is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation.
Kylie is a vibrant communicator, leader, facilitator and coach who thrives on helping leaders take the next step–both personally and professionally. Kylie has served as pastor, leader and coach with many organisations. Kylie’s passion is to help people take the next step.
Kylie is Executive Leaders Program Director & Coaching Director with Arrow Leadership Australia. Kylie has extensive experience in leadership development, coaching, communications, transitions and team building.
Kylie has studied Business at Monash University, Theology at ACOM, Coaching through the Christian Coaching Institute and completed her Masters at Eastern College Australia.
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Sometimes we need to look back, and sometimes we need to look forward and coaching is future-focused, forward-moving the glass is always half full in coaching. And so for people who are wanting to grow and develop any business side of things, I think that coaching does fit because a whole lot of what we do is we want to make our organisations better, we want to develop people, we want to develop the organisation.
None of us is perfect, and we’re never going to be perfect…But if we can actually take responsibility, look for our shadow sides and then be transparent and authentic about those from that place, we can actually bring transformation and change to the communities or the organisations that we’re a part of.
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