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Coaching Process

Coaching Process

Coaching Process 1My objectives are to act as a sounding board, to listen, be able to challenge self-limiting beliefs, uncover new perspectives, share observations and to generate greater self-awareness for the client. I aim to support, enable and empower so that s/he can move forward and, from the insights gained, be able to transform other areas of their life, too.

My process will identify and resolve any self-limiting beliefs, assumptions, biases that may be construed as sticking points. The client will be able to develop their own strategies to better manage their circumstances and be more accountable. The end result will fundamentally include increased confidence and improved performance.

I use a number of methods and techniques to assist the client achieve their desired outcome. The coaching models that I am familiar with are GROW, TGROW and OSCAR / OSKAR. The focus is increasingly towards discussing options and solutions as opposed to revisiting past situations. The coaching model will be dependent on the customer / organisation; and any preferences will be defined in the pre-coaching session.

There are a number of coaching approaches that I am becoming familiar with i.e., solutions-focused / brief coaching, non-directive, transformational conversations, co-active approach, existential coaching.

In summary, the specific approach is based on the coaching question and the number of sessions allocated to it. Coaching is an invaluable experience for both the client and the organisation, as it increases efficiency and creates better leaders with improved communication skills.


What are the benefits of coaching?

Irrelevant of your role in the workplace and whether you work individually or part of a team, coaching can assist with the following :


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Increase confidence
Invest in continuous professional development
Manage accountability
Improve performance
Formulate inspiring Business Plans
Accepting change
Understand value(s)
Set boundaries (for self and others)
Motivate the team / Build an efficient team
Strengthen communication skills
Develop leadership skills
Time management / Prioritisation


Bob Proctor

“Your purpose explains what you are doing with your life. Your vision explains how you are living your purpose. Your goals enable you to realise your vision.”

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