Coaching is a great tool for personal development

Put simply it is a process whereby the coach encourages their client to identify and achieve what is important to them. The coach provides a supportive environment which enables their client to explore their values and beliefs, their vision and their goals and to explore the changes they want to make to their current situation. The coach will have a number of tools and techniques at their disposal to facilitate the process.

Coaches have a belief that people have the necessary inner resources available to them to identify and address their issues if they can approach this with the correct mental state. During the process the client will deepen their self awareness, discover inner strengths and coping strategies and will be empowered to make changes to their life.

In a business setting coaching can help the business owner develop strategies to increase profits, improve their management style, or work on specific areas such as confidence or public speaking. Coaching focuses on the here and now and the change the client wants rather than dwelling on the past. Whichever coaching model is employed the coach is the facilitator rather than the expert and the model is used to facilitate the client’s development.

Coaching improves skills, raises competence, helps you overcome mental blocks and is a great tool for personal development. The coach uses powerful questioning techniques to help the client create a clear vision and assists with the creation of a step by step plan, providing ongoing support, strategies and tools which help the client creating lasting change and success.

As a coach my aim is to help clients unlock their true potential, maximise their performance and achieve the results they desire in their personal or professional life. By using proven coaching models and neuro linguistic programming I am able to help my clients implement powerful changes.

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