I've noticed that recent podcasts (e.g., "Managing Massive Workload Increase") as well has others (e.g., "Assumptive Goal Setting") are paying more attention to attitude, outlook, etc. (or it at least it seems that way to me).
I love it! I transitioned from the independent practice of clinical psychology to corporate American 8 years ago and currently deliver coach training to our leadership. I've been including sections on "attitude and leadership" (think the line from Remember the Titans, "Attitude reflects leadership, captain!") and including how managers/leaders can use powerful coaching questions to help directs recognize (and change) attitudes that derail. Anecdotal data from course participants suggest they are using coaching successfully in this arena, and they're doing so without coming across like junior psychologists/therapists.
Granted, I'm fortunate that I had 26 years of experience helping people see the role of beliefs, philosophies, notions, self-talk, attitude, etc. and feelings, actions, and behavior, and in my work with our leaders/managers I do my best to remove any hints of "psychobabble." But, I'm curious, are others addressing attitude directly? If so, how? What best practices have you found to coach around attitude (if you are)?
BTW, new to Premium content and LOVE it! Also, I have two handouts I use in some of my coaching workshops/courses, and wondering if it's OK to attach these. My first post so just curious.