Coaching – What is it Really?

Whether you are a business coach, a personal coach or a life coach, the process of coaching is about moving the individual (or business) from where they are now to where they want to be instead.

For the process to be successful it often requires the individual(s) to acquire new skills, increase their knowledge base and improving work performance also.
Plus for the Coach, it’s important to recognise and guide the client through this sequence of steps, thus guaranteeing results with this powerful and effective coaching model.

We give you an introduction to the model here and some insights into each of the vital steps in the sequence. To find out more book your FREE place at our next Coaching Diploma Weekend Training

The Coaching Model

Step 1: Understanding and Clarity
Key to your success as a Coach is to be able to guide the individual to gaining an understanding and a clarity of where they are now and how they have created their reality to date.
During this Step, you must be able to assist them to recognise and uncover their perceived limitations, their reasons, the negative associations, their experiences, their values and beliefs – all the factors that are causing their current level of results. In doing so, the client then realises that these factors are not supporting them in where they want to be.

Step 2: Design and Development
With Step 1, fully complete, the next phase of the coaching is to work in collaboration with the client in this design and development phase. Figuring out what works for the client and what doesn’t work and where the changes need to be made. This of course is in the context of their goals and the results that the client wants to be achieving.

Step 3: Change Work and Resourcing
This is the stage in the coaching where the therapeutic work fits in. The coach facilities the change work, the reprogramming etc and then resources and reframes the client beyond all the limitations that had held in the problem in situ.

Step 4: Utilisation and Support
In this step, the coaching now moves to place where the Coach is supporting the client, as the client takes action and moves towards their goals. Your role as a Coach at this point is the compound the clients positive experiences of using and applying their new resources.

Coaching is such a powerful process, when these vital steps are followed. To find more come to our Coaching Diploma Weekend Training – places are FREE – Book Today…..this training books up fast!!