Coaching sessions will last about an hour. They will be held in a safe, comfortable and confidential environment. The session will start with problem identification and goal setting.
As your coach, I will ask you a number of questions around your goal.
This will enable you to see where are you now, what the reality about the situation is, and look at where you want to be in relation to the goal. This part of the session will act as an opportunity to start problem-solving. From the problem-solving, one or a number of actions will be identified to help you achieve your goal.
As your coach I will ask questions to help you explore issues, not give solutions; you will find these yourself during the session. There will be no judgment, advice or guidance from me as your coach. I act as a supportive guide to help you explore the problems you bring and help you set goals and actions to achieve them.
During a coaching session I may use coaching tools such as models, worksheets and activities that prompt change and help to recognise old patterns and habits. These might be used as part of the session or be taken home to prompt thought before the next time we meet.
The number of sessions a person will need will vary. You may come to coaching with a number of goals you know you already want to achieve. There might be one big goal which we will explore during the first session and break down into a number of smaller goals to look at over a set number of session. Alternatively, you may just have identified that you want to make an improvement in life and are ready for a change, but need support to identify what this is and how to best achieve it.
Coaching can be in a number of different areas such as improving performance, building leadership styles and qualities or progressing your work ambitions. The type of coaching I offer is wellbeing. I’m qualified to IML Level 5 in coaching and mentoring and have completed the British School of Coaching IML approved Wellbeing course.
You are your own expert in what your version of wellbeing looks like. As your coach I will help you explore your lifestyle, practices, beliefs, values and experiences to help you identify how you would like to improve your wellbeing. Wellbeing means different things to different people; there is no one single consensus or definition. At its most basic level it is, the state of feeling happy and healthy, the presence of positive emotions and moods, a high level of satisfaction with life and a feeling of fulfilment.
In reality good wellbeing is a complex combination of a person's, physical, emotional and social health. Factors that can influence your wellbeing include;
You may find many of these factors interrelate and each hold a different importance and priority with you than they do to another person. Coaching looks internally for answers within a person, it is action orientated and focuses on what can be done in the here and now. If you feel as though you;
If your answer to the above points is yes, then coaching might be right for you. I offer a 15 minute free consultation over the phone so you can find out more before making a commitment. Click the button below to request a FREE consultation call.Request Call
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