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Employers and schools, through pay and grades, seek to motivate us by encouraging attachment to rewards and praise. Our parents taught us not to cry, to work hard, to shape ourselves in a particular way in order to earn approval and love. We are taught that it is good to get what we want—a good job, stability, creature comforts, a loving spouse —and to fear the loss of these things. None of this is bad. It just is. What matters tremendously is that our experience of life is controlled by our attachments and aversions.
The client is in charge; we are in service to the development of the client. To the extent that we allow ourselves or a third party—or, more precisely, our own needs and goals or those of an organization—to drive the agenda, we risk undermining this primary mission. The most challenging of the speciﬁc situations discussed in this chapter is coaching within a supervisory relationship, where both parties must be able to place the authority differences in the background in order to maintain a clear focus on the goals and needs of the client.
People committed to a path of mindfulness are working toward noticing and accepting these subtle phenomena. We don’t need to get rid of any of our attachments or aversions; it is simply helpful to become aware of them and how they inﬂuence our actions. ) For instance, I described a scenario about coaching over the phone. In it I noticed some tension in myself around my client’s initial silence in response to a tough question. The noticing is suﬃcient. I don’t have to change anything. It certainly wouldn’t be helpful right then to get into a tizzy about my tension, or to ﬁght it, or to analyze where it comes from.
The Mindful Coach: Seven Roles for Facilitating Leader Development by Doug Silsbee