THINKING ABOUT COACHING; WHAT’S INVOLVED?

by | Feb 11, 2022 | 0 comments

In a coaching session my role as coach is to help you to think well and independently for yourself and to use my expertise to provide you with the environment, time and space to keep you thinking for yourself.  It may be that you have a number of specific, stated goals that you would like to accomplish through coaching or that you are looking for clarity of thought around some emerging ideas.  My role as coach is not to do your thinking for you, or to advise, or to provide information/ideas without invitation.  Instead, my role is at all times to maintain a safe, generative and non-judgemental environment in which you can think through ideas and solutions that work for you.  I will provide you with a particular quality of attention and carefully constructed specific questions to enable you to think well for and as yourself.  Often it is in the times that we give ourselves ‘thinking space’ that the best ideas emerge.   

Successful coaching requires you to take responsibility for outcomes and to work with me on the basis of mutual respect, trust and confidentiality.  In order to enhance the coaching relationship, it is best if you create the time and energy to participate fully in the sessions and throughout the coaching programme.  All coaching conversations are confidential.

If you are thinking about coaching, here are some questions that may be useful for you to think about:

  1. What do you want to achieve for yourself through these coaching sessions?
  2. What changes or developments will you consider to be signs of success?
  3. What areas of your life/work give you the most energy?
  4. What, if anything, would you want our sessions to be sure not to include or, to aim for?

I would be delighted to have a conversation with you about your coaching needs – please click through to schedule a complimentary 30-minute clarity call [LINK].

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