What is coaching?

Coaching is fairly new and represents a melting pot of professions and bodies knowledge from psychology, organizational and leadership development, and change management to adult learning theory, neuro-science and emotional intelligence. This method of facilitating positive change for a person, group or team is a partnership with a coach in a thought-provoking and creative process that improves performance and quality of life.

Why does coaching work?

Coaching works because of three unique features:

Synergy: Client and coach become a team, focusing on the client's goals and needs to accomplish more than the client would alone.

Structure: With a coach, a client takes more action, thinks bigger, and gets the job done, thanks to the accountability the coach provides.

Expertise: The coach knows how to help others expand their thinking, make better decisions, design the most inspiring goals, and encourage the client's motivation to change when they have not before.

Who works with a coach?

Entrepreneurs, business owners, professionals, and people in transition use a coach to stimulate their thinking in new ways to solve, create, or plan something, personally or professionally.

What issues do they work on?

Here is what the client and coach work on together:

  • Communications (interacting, listening, presence, influence)
  • Integrating business and personal life for balance
  • Turning around a difficult situation
  • Achieving maximum work performance
  • Discovering a purpose-driven career
  • Handling business or personal problems
  • Making key decisions and designing strategies
  • Prioritizing and taking actions
  • Catching up and getting ahead of the business

What Our Clients Said

  • “It is truly amazing what one woman can do in 30 minutes! I left your session with a sense of clarity and the determination to improve. Your secret to success is that you model exactly what you expect from us. You ask good questions, you listen and you prepare. I can't thank you enough.”

    Seth Irby
    Fraternity Operations Director
    Sigma Phi Epsilon

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