Coaching changes lives. Fundamentally, coaching is an experience of personal and professional development that holds a client as naturally creative, resourceful and whole, and completely capable of finding their own answers to whatever challenges they face. A coach's job is to ask powerful questions, listen and empower to elicit the skills and creativity a client already possesses, rather than instruct or advise.
Why coaching works
The coach’s primary attention is on amplifying the client’s wisdom, thought processes, and directed
action toward the future, based on the client’s self-identified agenda around career goals and other
transitions. A supportive and non-judgmental environment is created in which to inquire, challenge, and
stimulate critical thinking and new ways of being, thinking, and acting, often resulting in new behaviors
applicable to the client’s whole life.
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Each session consists of 45 minutes of coaching, and most clients meet biweekly. In addition to the coaching sessions, coaching includes interim counsel and check-ins, saboteur diagnostics, an hour-long discovery session and in-person conversations when requested. A 6-month minimum commitment is required to begin the coaching relationship.
During a coaching call, clients will come prepared with a topic to work on and leave with concrete action steps and homework from each coaching conversation. The coaching itself draws on various visualization and embodiment techniques, incorporates behavioral strategies and action plans, and helps clients identify road blocks and barriers to success.
Who needs coaching?
Individuals in the working world stepping into their power and finding their voice, high-functioning leaders craving balance, creatives looking to take their careers to the next level and vision what's next, anyone ready to connect with their life purpose.
Before we begin
Clients are strongly encouraged to establish a regular meditation practice in addition to self-care practices (such as exercise, sleep, time for self-reflection, journaling) that will support them throughout the course of the coaching.
What you get from coaching
Clarity around a decision and a job path
An increased sense of peace and purpose in their lives
Concrete action steps and goals towards bigger objectives
Increased fulfillment living in line with values and the essential self
Specific strengthened skills such as courageous conversations and redesigned relationships
Courage and permission to make changes in service of their best life