April 20, 2009
- Learning how to think “outside the problem”. When people are stuck in a problem all they see is the problem.
- Increased self confidence.
- Gaining better clarity and focus about what you want in life.
- Help you make informed choices and be responsible for them.
- Move from thinking about challenges to taking positive action.
- Being challenged to go beyond where you would go yourself, whilst staying within your values.
- Better time and energy management
- Help you identify and achieve your personal and business goals.
- Help you discover your limiting beliefs and habits, and work with you through your resistance to change.
- Empower business managers to create and achieve their vision.
April 20, 2009
Coaching is a partnership where the coach can help you formulate clear and achievable goals and work out the steps needed to reach them.
A coach can also help identify internal and external resources that will help in the process, and keep you focused.
A coach will keep you on track. Coaching gives you a clear and structured format.
You aren’t being told what to do. By asking powerful questions a coach helps you to bring out your own answers. This allows you to explore a topic, sometimes from a point of view you would never have even considered. You make you own mind up, and then progress in your own way. The coach leaves the responsibility to you.
Coaching by definition encourages learning. It respects the individual and builds confidence. A coach listens to you because he/she believes in your potential and understands how to develop this within your own value system.
A coach’s expectation is that you will succeed, and their belief in your ability sometimes exceeds your own. There is no judgment. A coach will encourage you to do more than you would do on your own to attain your personal best.