Professional coaching has long been used by professional and competitive athletes, among leadership in Corporate America, and by individuals seeking to make improvements in their life and wellbeing. It is now being used increasingly in healthcare with patients, medical providers, and within organizations.
The International Coach Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. It is the coach’s responsibility to serve the agenda of the client – to uncover, clarify, and align with what the client wants to achieve and encourage client self-discovery.
Coaching is predicated on the idea that each individual has their own best answers within. It is the coach’s job to elicit these answers and hold the client responsible and accountable for the solutions and strategies they generate.
This powerful relationship allows the client to shift their perspective from focusing on what’s not working to taking action to create more of what they want in their lives. I’ve personally started using high performance coaches at the age of 10 as an amateur athlete and continued to do so every time I wanted to learn new skills, take my sports or my career to the next level, or reach a significant goal.
I provide coaching sessions by phone or video conferencing such as Skype. Some of my coaching packages include the use of an online coaching platform to help you explore the coaching concepts at a deeper level, use a secure online journal, and create your own personal goals and metrics so you can track your progress, including the Perceived Stress Scale.
The coaching relationship is unique and requires trust and rapport. To help you decide if coaching with me is a good fit for your needs and goals, I offer a complimentary 20-minute consultation call.
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