Supporting you with ongoing coaching and mentoring to:

1. help you live the life you want (a life that will make you jump out of bed and be totally stoked about living, like when you were at uni, year one)

2. help you with in your new management role

Working together we will:

  • Use the GROW model
  • Discover your 5 core values
  • Review and renew your personal vision and mission
  • Enhance your key relationships with specific values and goals
  • Understand your core strengths
  • Create a web based record for you to refer to in the future (see mark’s personal examples below)




Goal – What do you want to achieve and why?


RealityWhere are you now? What has been holding you back?


Options – What options do you have in front of you? Are there others?


Will – Which path will you decide to take? What is the long term risk / reward?



Your Personal Vision & Mission (Mark's as an example)


Your 5 Core Values (Mark's as an example)






Your 5 Core Strengths (Mark's as an example)






 Full report

Your Roles, Values & Goals (Mark's as an example)

Roles Values Goals
Girls Love & Being Loved, Perspective, Optimism Be present. Ask open questions. Listen. Sleepovers. Pocket money.
Folks Love & Being Loved, Gratitude, Integrity Lighter and brighter. Ask open questions. Listen. Quality time.
Kerry Love & Being Loved, Optimism, Perspective Monthly zooms.
Nick Gratitude, Perspective, Kindness Monthly zooms.
Tom Teamwork, Persistence, Creativity Monthly f2f. Check in. More structure,
Martha Love & Being Loved, Humour, Perspective Monthly f2f. Bi-monthly weekends. Coach and take a step back.
Caro Love & Being Loved, Kindness, Optimism Weekly support. Quarterly weekends. Quarterly coach and take a step back.
Rupon Integrity, Optimism, Humour Monthly f2f and monthly fun.
Alison Persistence, Teamwork, Forgiveness Increased communication. Xmas family meeting. Counselling.


Humour, Creativity, Gratitude Quarterly weekends. Ask open questions. Listen. Coach and take a step back.
NewLeaf Content Creativity, Love of Learning, Curiosity Do. Seek expert advice. Refine
NewLeaf Distribution Creativity, Love of Learning, Rational Thinking Do. Seek expert advice. Refine.
NewLeaf Business Development Persistence, Purpose, Optimism Meet people f2f.

The 7 habits of highly effective people

Habit 1: Be Proactive

To be proactive is to take responsibility for your life.

Proactive people recognise that they are “response-able.”

They work on the gap between stimulus and response. They don’t blame circumstances, conditions, or conditioning, they know they can choose their behaviour.

They focus their efforts in their circle of influence, NOT their circle of concern.

Download the habit 1 summary as a PDF here

Habit 2: Begin with the end in mind

To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination.

You need to know where you are going in order to better understand where you are now
so that the steps you take are always in the right direction.

It is to know your values, principles and goals.

Download the habit 2 summary as a PDF here

Habit 3: Put first things first

Putting first things first means organising and executing around your most important priorities.

It is living and focusing on your values, principles and goals, not by the agendas and forces surrounding you.

the previous habit is personal leadership, deciding on those goals and values, habit 3 is personal management, holding yourself to them.

Download the habit 3 – Summary as a PDF here

Habit 4: Think Win/Win

Win-win is a philosophy not a technique.

It is to see life as a cooperative arena, not a competitive one.

It is a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions.

Agreements or solutions often can be found through a new, third way.

Download the habit 4 summary as a PDF here

Habit 5: Seek first to understand, then to be understood

Most people have conversations in order to be understood. They’re either speaking or preparing to speak. Seeking to understand, is to use empathic listening, with the intent to truly understand both the words and feelings of the person you’re talking to.

Not judging, but reflecting back those words and feelings to help the speaker understand their own position too. It requires a willingness to have one’s mind changed. Now having understood their perspective…

…having the courage to put across your perspective. It takes both compassion and courage.

Download the habit 5 summary as a PDF here

Habit 6: Synergise

It is the habit of creative cooperation. It is teamwork, open-mindedness, and the
adventure of finding new solutions to old problems.

Valuing differences is what really drives synergy.

It is the idea that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. One plus one
equals three (or many more).

Download the habit 6 summary as a PDF here

Habit 7: Sharpen the saw

Sharpening the saw means preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have — you.

It means having a balanced program for self-renewal in the four areas of your life:

physical, social/emotional, mental, and spiritual.

It keeps you fresh so you can continue to practice the other six habits.

Download the habit 7 summary as a PDF here

Next steps

Next meeting