We're featuring leadership coach Ally Sprague for a workshop (topic TBA). As a member of Propel, you get access to these workshops for free and the opportunity to do complimentary consults with our coaches if interested (and a Propel discount if you move forward). Even if you're not actively looking for a coach, come by this workshop to get the benefit of access to them and their exercises / guidance.
Ally was the Head of People and previously GM at AskWonder.com. She's a CTI certified coach as well.
Topic for this workshop:
Meeting your saboteurs
Everyone will complete a short assessment to help them identify their biggest saboteurs. We'll do some reflection and group discussion around our saboteurs to become familiar with them and learn strategies to gain freedom from our saboteurs.
Saboteurs start off as our guardians to help us survive the real and imagined threats to our physical and emotional survival as children. By the time we are adults, we no longer need them, but they have become invisible inhabitants of our mind.
Our Saboteurs’ patterns of thinking, feeling, and reacting become soft-coded in our brain through neural pathways. When these neural pathways are triggered, we are “hijacked” by our Saboteurs and feel, think, and act using their patterns.
About Ally's coaching:
I coach high achievers who want to be more effective and feel more fulfilled at work. My clients are entrepreneurs, newly promoted leaders, and experienced VPs who want a brain partner to achieve new levels of performance and fulfillment.
Our work lies at the intersection of deep introspection and action. I’m a firm believer that change comes from better understanding ourselves, so I create a space where my clients can be radically honest with themselves about themselves. That honesty is in service of action. Equipped with new insights about how they show up to work, we can craft clear plans for achieving their goals.
While we’ll inevitably tackle tactical topics in our work - be it how to have a difficult conversation with an investor or how to nail an upcoming meeting - our real work lies below that. Here are some of the topics I focus on: