According to research done by the International Coach Federation: 80% of people who receive coaching report increased self-confidence; over 70% benefit from improved work performance, relationships; and more effective communication skills and 86% of companies report that they recouped their investment on coaching and more.
Below are answers to some common questions I am asked. If you have any other questions, contact me for more information.
What is coaching?
Coaching usually has a descriptor such as 'leadership', 'executive', 'life' or 'career'. This can tell you who it’s for but not what it is. A coach works to improve your cognitive fitness just as a sports coach works on physical fitness. This allows you to know yourself better - what's working well and what could be improved, so you have a better sense of where you are going in your life and make better decisions. As a coach, I can give you a process for self-improvement and help hold you accountable for what you want to do.
Topics for coaching
Work or Career
Health & Fitness
Managing emotions - e.g. stress, anxiety, anger, sadness
Building up confidence/self-esteem
Where you live (home/city/surroundings)
Is coaching for me?
Coaching will help you speed up and take control of the changes you want to make in your life. It can help you navigate a wide range of challenges, including:
How to get a better balance in life
What you value and discovering your purpose
If you feel stuck in a situation/ mindset and can’t see a way through
If you need to shake things up but don't know where to start
If you’ve faced adversity and need to get back to you
If you’ve started a new job/role and want to be top of your game
What are the outcomes of coaching?
Increased self-acceptance, confidence and personal authority
Increased emotional intelligence and ability to navigate challenges more easily
Identification of limiting beliefs and creation of empowering beliefs
Clarity on personal and professional vision, movement toward that vision with practical actions
Improved relationships, both personal and professional
Better understanding of self and others motivations
More effective communication and ways to handle challenging conversations
The benefit of time and space for self reflection