How coaching works
Coaching is an interpersonal process that helps people achieve positive change and growth. By harnessing innate strengths, uncovering intrinsic motivations, and asking empowering questions, coaching fosters self-generated insight,
vision, and goal clarity.
Institute of Coaching (2021)
Create meaningful engagement in your life’s work
Find clarity on important decisions and take action on these
Communicate to connect with the people who really matter to you
Build a personal and professional lifestyle that works for you
How coaching works
For coaching to work we need a “gap”. The client needs to feel that there is some distance between where they are and where they would like to be. The client also needs to feel that, to create the future that they want, they need the support of a coach.
Without a “gap” and a desire to close this gap, there can be no coaching.
Fred Kofman (2020)
Conscious Business Coaching
What to expect
Designing your coaching program is a collaborative and consultative process.
Get in touch to book an introductory conversation to understand what you would like to work on.
DEFINE YOUR PROGRAM
Define a program that suits your needs, timeframes and budget.
cREATE AN AGREEMENT
Create an agreement to work together for a set period with ongoing feedback to ensure we meet your needs.
work and review together
Begin work together then review, refine and renew the agreement, or close your program.
This is an introductory conversation designed for asking questions or testing the concept of coaching.
A single session lasts 45 – 60 minutes and is suitable for working through a simple issue or decision.
Designed dependent on your needs. Multiple sessions can be held over 3 – 6 months and include email support as needed. Multiple sessions are suitable for people taking on significant responsibilities or wanting to work through big ideas or major decisions.
2 – 4 sessions per month for a year with email support and quick phone calls as needed. Suitable for people who want to make or solidify big changes.
If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”