How coaching works
In our coaching sessions we will take time to explore your inner world (thoughts, feelings and emotions), and look at some of the experiences that helped form you as person. However, coaching is not therapy, and is instead dynamic and change focused. The purpose of looking at yourself in more depth prior to taking action is to establish meaningful goals that align with your values and your aspirations – by doing this we aim to make changes that last.
I work with people face to face or online, or a hybrid of both. I generally offer packages of 12 sessions, with each session lasting around 90 minutes. The frequency which we meet will be determined by your needs, though generally I’d suggest at least every fortnight in order to maintain momentum. In between sessions I’ll be available for calls and emails.
To discuss your needs just book in for a free discovery call, or read below to learn more about the coaching process.
This initial call is an opportunity for you to discuss your requirements, and to fully understand what I offer. It's also a chance to ensure that we can work well together. Much of what makes coaching effective is the relationship between both parties so it's important that we both feel confident in this potential working alliance.
Contact me to book in this free confidential call.
The initial stages of working together will focus on your context - what's the story and what's happening. If relevant it may involve exploration of your life beyond work and involve discussions of your personal and professional experiences. It's a chance for us to identify and evaluate the relevant issues in an in-depth and meaningful way.
Coaching is dynamic and change focussed. As we work together we'll start considering your vision for the future - what are the possibilities?
We'll generate ideas and evaluate if they're the most appropriate way forward for you. Ensuring that these strategies are aligned to your aspirations is paramount.
Once we have identified your objectives, and the best strategies, we'll focus on making an effective plan to help you achieve your goals.
That all said, the reality of coaching is that it's a responsive and fluid process, so these stages can be adapted to meet your demands and the specific circumstances that you're facing.