“unlocking people's potential to maximise their own performance.”
The essence of coaching:
“Coaching is a transformative process for personal and professional awareness, discovery, growth, and the expansion of possibilities.” ( IAC)
How do our coaches help you?
Help you create goals that are congruent with your values ,underlying motivation and connect with a deeper purpose
To focus on an agenda that respects your goals and challenges
They encourage action, support change, and facilitate personal learning and growth
In a coach, you have a built-in accountability partner to help you stay honest in the pursuit of your goals. Close the gap between what you do/ where you’re currently to what all is possible for you/ where you can be
Expose you to large number of proven, result oriented tools, techniques & strategies
Increased productivity and performance leading to greater job satisfaction
To be able to regulate and understand your emotions and be savvy to empathise with others
Identify and align your values to create a fulfilling career and life
Cultivate and nurture emotional and mental resilience
Build self-confidence and self-esteem
Learn effective communication skills to build healthy relationships at work and in life
Who, exactly, seeks out a coach? If you ask a coach the answer is usually the
same: Winners who want even more out of life.
Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and the greatest things can happen
Face to Face
On the phone
Various Digital Methods
Coaching can be done in short non-traditional sessions and settings. It supports personal and professional growth based on self-initiated change (coming from the person who asks) in pursuit of specific actionable outcomes.
Coaching is about helping people to identify, scaffold, and leverage the learning that is just beyond their current capabilities yet within their reach and necessary for the next step forward. - David Drake, PhD, Founder of Narrative Coaching
So, what does a coach do?
A coach focuses on an agenda that respects the clients’ goals and challenges
A coach uses powerful questions to generate new learning
A coach encourages action, supports change, and facilitates personal learning and growth
Interested in creating balance between your work and personal life. The
journey to attaining that balance may take you deep into understanding why
there is no balance in your life in first place, and what steps can be taken to
restore the much-needed balance in these important aspects of one’s life.
- set SMART goals and design Action plans)
- Re-evaluating and re-defining experience via introspection,
“Companies are hiring coaches to teach executives how to sharpen management skills and communicate effectively” – Diane E. Lewis.
Indeed, managers AND team leaders are part of the leadership level.
The winning approach of a leadership coach is to help managers:
- Develop leadership skills,
- Resolve interpersonal conflicts among team members (employees),
- Fix management-level behavioral problems.
People who have also been in the workforce for years may also need career
coaching at different points in their lives. For instance, person may (a) be
dissatisfied with their career and wants to switch to another career.
A career coach can help this individual to think through the decision and help
to select a career that is a good fit based on the unique attributes.
Personal Development Coaching
This is a form of life coaching with a sharp focus on personal development.
A personal development coach is there to guide clients on how to:
- Overcome specific obstacles,
- Achieve specific goals,
- Reach the next level of personal growth.
Unlike other coaching types which are much more narrowed, a personal development coach can help with setting and achieving goals in:
It focuses on:
- Goal setting,
- Plan for action setting,
- Deepening awareness on specific issues that require immediate attention.
Instead of applying a one-on-one approach, the group coaching conversation brings all the tools for success into a small group context.
Above all, this is an interactive process. The major objective of this process is to help individuals get from Where they are NOW ~ To where they want to be, aka succeed in pursuing their professional or personal aspirations faster and better.
The top priorities include:
- Excellent time management skills,
- Setting and achieving the right goals.
Learn how to:
- Nurture your (self)-confidence,
- Access your inner power,
- Create a fulfilling life by making decisions guided by your infinite personal power and will.
Although typical for individuals rather than organizations, many teams do take advantage of empowerment coaching, too.
Mental Health Coaching
It is practiced by the types of coach who know the secrets of mental health-related roadblocks and issues.
In a nutshell:
- Emphasizes on the client’s present life with a mind to future goals.
Not to be confused with mental health counseling,as it does not view mental health from a psychological problem perspective.
It works by providing:
- Behavioral and cognitive support,
- Focuses on a person’s strengths,
- Does not view mental health from a psychological problem perspective.
“The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to
win that is important”-