The Coaching Process

Step One: Describe

Take time to understand what the issue/problem really is.

Step Two: Discern

What is not working for you right now?

Step Three: Design

What options/possibilities might achieve your desired results?

Step Four: Decide

What action to take on your option of choice; frame your commitment to yourself.

Your needs, your goals

Coaching is a conversation

Coaching is a conversation focused on your needs, your goals, and your success. The most important ingredient is ‘trust’. You need to trust yourself and your ability, and trust in your coach to hold conversations confidential, to stand in ‘possibility’ with you, to coach to your agenda, co-create an action plan and celebrate your success.

Benefits of Using a Coach

One-on-one coaching is for the leader who wants to stretch and grow. You may be looking to accelerate your leadership skills, move to the next level or change careers entirely, or possibly start transitioning into retirement or the next phase of your life.

Generally, it requires a commitment of one hour every two to three weeks for a minimum of three to six months in which to design authentic and practical break-through strategies to achieve success.

The common thread to a successful coaching experience is the desire for continuous improvement. If you are hungry to grow we want to be your accountability partner. We love celebrating success with our clients!