My Style of Personal and Executive Coaching
Over the last decade of working with clients I have developed a strong methodology for professional growth and development. Most people I meet ask about the types of executive coaching I offer and what makes it unique.
My answer is that I offer time-proven strategies for growth and development. These strategies help my clients to develop key areas of Self-Confidence, Discipline, Communication Ability and Goal Achievement- the foundations of success. Through consultation we will determine the best way to utilise my methods moving forward.
A Coaching System for Professional Growth
I offer a one-on-one programme called Empowerment and Accountability coaching whereby I work closely with a client creating a powerful synergy where I can challenge, empower, and hold them accountable. It’s this strong bond, this professional relationship between coach and coachee where growth occurs. You can find out more by clicking the link below:
- Enhanced Self-Belief
- Personal Empowerment
- Clearer Future Direction
- Enhanced Self-Confidence
- Consistent Goal Attainment
- Stronger Leadership Ability
4 Traits of a Good Executive Coach
Let’s discuss a bit about coaching as it’s important to understand the qualities of a good coach. Although they are important, great coaching is more than just qualifications. See my list below to help you make a more informed decision on hiring a coach.
1. Training & Experience
Working with multiple clients over a period of years builds up a skill set that only experience can offer. Experience combined with natural talent, ongoing education, and a real passion to help, are some core ingredients of a great executive coach.
2. Complete Presence
To work with clients means to be completely in the moment and totally focused on their situation. Helping is not about giving solutions, but rather opening up your client to see things in a new light. A client will always know their best course of action when they are able to see the bigger picture. Executive coaches must offer complete unbiased and present attention.
3. Good Executive Coaches Have High Self-Awareness
Self-awareness and working with clients go hand in hand. A coach must have a strong awareness of self and know where the client’s world begins and ends. This is to avoid becoming influenced by their own personal needs. Coaching must never focus on the coach, and projection and transference must be monitored at all times!
4. Looks For Feedback
Finally a good Executive coach knows how to accept feedback (feedback from the clients or from some form of supervision). If a coach is unable to look beyond themself to gauge how well they are doing, then this will be a major hurdle to helping others.
Let’s Get The Coaching Process Started:
- We have a brief 20 minute phone consultation to cover your current challenges while determining if working together will be effective.
- We set up a 60 minute coaching session.
- We devise a suitable coaching strategy and goal attainment plan.
- Implementation and execution of strategy & plan
My coaching regimen involves: weekly sessions, homework tasks, strict accountability, all while offering constant feedback, guidance and support.
I am very experienced at what I do, I love what I do and I have achieved a lot in my own life and helped countless clients achieve more in theirs.Take the time to talk with me on the phone – there is no cost. You will quickly determine if coaching is for you and the benefits attained working together.
We all need a personal development plan, a road-map for achieving our goals.