Modeling is the light side of evaluation. Modeling opens opportunities to communication and experimental learning. This direct experience creates a perspective from the inside out. The active experience of modeling gives the opportunity to acknowledge what worked and what did not, looking at both in a factual manner as a way to improve performance. Evaluation is often performed from the outside in and lacks direct experience. This action invites in judgement or criticism.
Questions to ask:
What behavior am I modeling today?
What lights-on thought or activity supports my most effective behaviors?
Where can my performance be most effective?
How does enthusiasm, contribution, empowerment and force relate to modeling?
What does modeling feel like energetically?
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