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The new approaches to coaching can redirect your brain to minimize (and eventually negate) the pathways that block your potential by forming fresh and productive ones that override it- thereby creating lasting, beneficial impact.
WHAT TO EXPECT
First, you meet with a coach to identify the goals, topics, and focus areas. We build data around the client’s needs- we address all areas of concern. By running this discovery, we can identify the specific issues and customize the approach to address the necessary change.
Personality assessment is one of the tools used for this evaluation as it helps bring an objective view to the areas requiring change. A Non-structural interview will complement the process, and any previous data – tests, feedback, strategies, business performance, or examinations and results will be required if the client has access to such.
While working with Teams and addressing Team coaching supervision cases, I use Team assessment tools, which have proven their credibility over time and serve well in narrowing down the team-specific needs.
Based on the findings and the client’s requests, the coaching process begins with the agreed-upon number of sessions.
A coaching space is a co-creation space where the ownership of the results is on the client. The coach cannot change the client but will bring tools, approaches, and innovation to provoke awareness and address blind spots.
The coaching process finishes with feedback and measurement of the client’s results.
Coaching is probably one of the most—if not the most—individually tailored practices in talent development as it involves a close and confidential relationship between the coach and the person being coached.
Team Coaching is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the coaching profession and is becoming increasingly important in organizations, including private corporations, government agencies and non-profits.