Participants from Australia, Columbia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK representing areas as diverse as government, tax consulting, luxury, FMCG and recruiting joined the October 2017 Lean In Tokyo Girls on Fire Circle held at Dale Carnegie High Performance Centre in Tokyo.
Engaging, the focus of this meeting, emphasizes how you can overcome your fears, move into action, and take risks.
• Develop strategies to make you more comfortable facing your fears and taking risk
Circle members used various tools to explore how they can handle real situations differently. As always, confidentiality and trust are key to the success of the circle. It was a chance for people to take a coaching role, asking open questions rather than giving advice.
- It’s always good to be reminded that we must step out of our comfort zone to learn.
Comparing the upsides of taking action versus the downsides of doing nothing – this made a lot of members realise that maintaining the status quo was not an option!
- Digging Deeper – Using one of my favourite coaching questions And What Else?
- Running a pre-mortem – understanding the absolute worst case scenario and how you can mitigate the risk or recover from it.
Future event invitations on Facebook can be found at Jennifer Shinkai Coaching Events page
2017/18 Meeting Dates
Generally held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month 7pm to 9pm at Dale Carnegie Japan. Meetings are free unless otherwise stated.
2017 10/18, 11/15, 12/13 (2nd Wednesday ¥2000 with guest speaker, Jodi Harris of World Tree Coaching)
2018 1/17, 2/21, 3/21, 4/18, 5/16, 6/20, 7/18
Would you like to join an English Speaking Lean In Circle in Japan?
Request to join the Lean In Japan Creating Change Chapter and we will set up a call to decide which circle is best for your needs.